The Non-American American Car

Could the new Alfa Romeo Guilia and Dodge Charger  share a platform?

Could the Dodge Charger share an Alfa Romeo platform?

Some things are inherently American.

Think of things like Mt. Rushmore, Kentucky and the Heart Attack Grill. These are representations of Americana that showcase our country as it exists today. We love our history, our freedom and our food. And, of course, we love our cars.

There’s a new list of the most “American” cars of 2014 that includes Hondas, Toyotas and Chryslers among the Fords and Chevys of the world. I find it interesting when foreign-owned brands get named on lists like this, as it blurs the line between the domestics and the imports.

This is a phenomenon that will continue, as the Chrysler 300 and Dodge’s Charger and Challenger could become the next American cars to lose their heritage.

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