If DCX builds the challenger on the new ly platform it is supposed to be on a shorter wheelbase - weight savings. If DCX uses a fiberglass hood - weight savings. If Dcx uses manual seats without power or heat - weight savings. There are few other very simple things they can do to bring the weight down to about 3700-3800 lbs. Benefits for Dcx is a lighter car increased gas mileage. Hopefully, enough so they can avoid the gas guzzler tax that is imposed on the SRT8's. Hence sell more cars. Benefits for all, cheaper intial purchase price and a lighter faster car. I want this car! But, I will not pay through the nose for it. DCX build the ultimate sleeper please. Do you all remember back in the late 80's. Buick built some bad ass GN's, t-Types, and GNX's that had stock times of 0-60 in 4.9 and 1/4 mile times of 13.7. I know for a fact that with a few simple bolt ons less than $500 - $1000.00 some of these cars were in the 12's and some in the 11's. Now don't jump on my case about turbo v-6 engines. I do want all that hemi power, and I want style, but I want it easy to mod. I want a challenger that will annihilate anything that crosses its path.