Here is a photo of a 2019 Challenger. The major styling difference from 2018 is the Hellcat hood and front spoiler. All R/Ts will have Super Track Pack now as standard equipment. And with two different performance handling packages available for the R/T, you can get up to 4-piston Brembo brakes and Hellcat wheels and 275 tires. All this is great for future R/T owners but not so much for Hellcat owners, whose cars lose their exterior uniqueness. In the interest of sales, it seems that Dodge is taking a page out of GM's book when it started putting ZR-1 'Vette bodywork on the standard models., and when higher end model bodywork started showing up on the lower trim levels of the Camaro as an optional package w/o the engine, suspension parts of the higher level model. I guess this is similar to what the buyers of the 2008-2010 models experienced. At that time, it was speculated that the Challenger would have a limited run, just like it did in the 70s, and that the cars would be collectible due to their scarcity. Now over 500,000 have been produced.