Okay, it does have four doors but Dodge has taken steps to bring the new Charger closer to the legend it is named after with the inclusion of the SRT-8 upgrade. Yes, once again the Dodge Charger can pound the pavement like its 1960s predecessors, thanks to the SRT-8 performance upgrade. With 425 tire- smoking horsepower and 420 lb.-ft. of torque, the 2006 Dodge Charger SRT-8 is a brawler, feeding all of that power to the street through a five-speed automatic (sorry, no manual) transmission with manual control. But, unlike Chargers of old, this new SRT-8 sedan can handle curves as well as straights. Adhered to the asphalt by 255/45R20 tires in the rear and 245/45R20 rubber in the front – yes, you read that size correctly – the Charger SRT-8 hugs the road. Bringing everything to a halt are four-piston vented Brembo brakes, and included as standard equipment are three modern day technologies: ABS, traction control, and stability control.