The Charger had a total face swap for 2015, which may or may not be to your taste, but the Challenger's update is significantly more restrained. We think these retro updates are right on the money, since most of the Challenger owners we know bought the car because, when compared to the Mustang and the Camaro, it looks the most like its classic predecessor.
The 2015 sets itself apart with a new split grille, projector fog lights, split LED taillights, and a bigger bulge in the hood. On the inside there's the option for an 8.4" UConnect screen, a customizable digital instrument panel, and the usual suite of fancy new safety tech like collision warning, blind spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control. All Challengers will also either have standard (SXT) or the option to be fitted with the eight-speed automatic.
Buyers who want a bit more will have the option of purchasing the Scat pack, with its 6.4L, 485 hp V8 or the shaker with either the 6.4L or the 5.7L V8s. Good times will be had by people who miss the '70s.