As a two-door coupe, the Dodge Challenger subscribes to the philosophy that a few more horsepower can keep anything fresh. Most of the Challenger's V8 engines generate a healthy amount of torque, but alternatively Dodge offers a standard V6 and optional all-wheel drive. Compared to other coupes, the Challenger is larger and more accommodating for passengers. The tradeoff is that it's not as athletic. Due to its older design, the Dodge also lacks cutting-edge technology and perfect safety ratings for the 2022 model year. But unlike many newer cars, the Dodge Challenger delivers an amazing sensory experience for many drivers: It’s fast and makes all the right sounds.