And look where that got them, bought out by another European company, lost Chrysler in the corporate name, canned SRT, Hellcat's dropping like flies, and going to make EV's and smaller engines going forward.
I would argue that they should of canned the 6.2 standard and 5.7 engines after the Demon came out. Just make the 392 and Redeye. Want a Super Stock? Direct Connection kit from the dealer that will swap out suspension, brakes, tires, and you have a Super Stock with worse MPG that doesn't count against fleet MPG. Half of sales is either pentistar or 5.7 Hemi. Just make a new engine, hybrid or whatever, to meet the MPG requirements and put them in cheap to mid price vehicles.