We live in a world where they put ~four~ doors on a Hemi Charger.
Well, that’s Chrysler for you. They also renamed the Dodge Omni 024 as the Charger when they put the turbo four from the Daytona in there.
Oh, wait, they DID have one of those:
No manual though ;-(.
“We live in a world where they put ~four~ doors on a Hemi Charger.”
The originals were so cheap high school kids could buy them. Insurance was cheap or not legally required, depending on where you lived. Last year the AVERAGE price of a car was $32,000. Not a lot of people can have two cars these days. I stopped driving my 2003 Mercury Marauder because it costs .50 per mile. Since I have it licensed I have minimum insurance which still costs $500. So, if they expect to sell enough cars to keep a line open those cars must have a higher degree of utility than a mere two doors. If they were just two doors they’d probably not sell enough to keep the model going.
Incidentally, government, one of the prime price drivers, has decreed all cars sold in 2018 must have backup cameras because each year a few people run over their kids. (What do you want to bet cameras don’t change that statistic by even one child?)