Choose your folksy phrase to describe the Dodge Charger: Long in the tooth? Getting up there in years? Has a lot of miles on the odometer? The point is, the Charger’s been around for a while. Its current vehicle platform was introduced in 2011 — and, in fact, you can trace the Charger’s first platform back to the Mercedes-Benz W211 E-Class, from the DaimlerChrysler years. (Yes, that’s two mergers ago.) As Dodge introduces the 2021 Charger, rather than give the four-door muscle car a complete redesign, it’s doing what it does best: adding horsepower.