Dodge Charger

Second-Generation (1968-1970)

Redesigned for 1968, demand was considerable for the second generation of the Dodge Charger. Still based on the Chrysler B platform, the most recognizable iteration of the Charger got an undivided grill, rounded tail lights, and hidden headlights. Powertrain options added the 225 cubic inch slant-6, and carried on with the prior generation options as well. The Charger did not do well in stock car racing like Nascar, and the Charger 500 would act as the base for the 1969 Charger Daytona.