The Dodge Challenger is getting old. Not the name. That's old already since the Challenger launched originally when my dad, who is old, was 8. But the new-age Challenger, which launched in 2008, is also starting to get old. The exterior looks the same as it did when it launched to the drooling masses 7 years ago in that original batch of 500 SRT-powered units. The interior, with a few minor exceptions, is the same, too.
When General Motors decided to add yet
another engine option to the CTS lineup -
- a twin-turbocharged version of the 3.6L
V6 that's fitted to almost everything built
by the General -- I yawned a great yawn.