The Dodge Challenger has earned legendary status in the world of performance cars since 

 introduction as a pony car in 1970. The Dodge Challenger competed against other well-known

American classics like the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro along with its smaller Charger sibling.

The Challenger had a larger body, real second-row seating, and larger top-spec engines,

 which were some of its biggest benefits over previous pony cars. The Dodge Challenges

 the only genuine contemporary muscle vehicle, according to enthusiasts, and the rest are just ponies.