Not for the usual list of things associated with a high-performance, V-8-powered car -- horsepower, torque, top speed, 0-60 mph, etc.
The possible record is for the number of light-emitting diodes used to create Charger's wild taillight design. Count them. There are 164 LEDs.
The LEDs are lined across the rear of the Charger. The design is intentionally shaped to trigger thoughts of a racetrack. After all, the Dodge brand is about performance, sportiness and fun.
At night, the LEDs are bright, very bright, nearly billboard bright. The taillight design is over the top, outrageous. I like it.
It's a striking signature for a brand that is coming back to life. It's an attention getter, and that's just what Charger needs.
In a news release, Dodge says the bold taillight design "gives the new Charger its unmistakable character from blocks away."
Blocks away? Dodge is modest.
You'll be able to watch the new Charger for miles as it fades into the darkness!