I don’t even know if I believe the EV thing fully either. Until it’s prohibitively expensive Stellantis will just keep shoving bigger and bigger V8s into ancient relic platforms and baby boomers/dudes with small willies will keep forking over their money for them….especially with how sketchy FCA’s financial arm is. If you make $15 an hour and have a credit score of 550 they’ll still put you in a V8 Challenger….granted it’ll be an 8 year loan at 21% interest, but the sorts of people they prey on aren’t financially literate enough to realize that it’s a bad idea….As I was reading I was thinking "yes, except for the challenger" only to have my mind read later in your statement. The retro look will always be appealing to me and many others, it's an incredible and tasteful reincarnation. Other than that tho, you're 100% right. It won't evolve either, as it'll be replaced by an EV muscle car in 2024.