Take off your gearhead glasses and put on the lens of a businessperson for a second and hear us out. In many parts of the US, wicked winter months mean more than snow tires and shoveling driveways, they mean that anyone who buys a muscle car must have a backup vehicle to drive around when the going gets slippery. Hell, black ice is what kept us from fully enjoying the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio
, but that’s something the AWD Challenger can churn through more easily. With a V6 and no ability to do a burnout, the AWD Challenger seems like the worst muscle car on paper. But the fact that it opens up the market to those who previously couldn’t get in makes it a genius decision.