The GT model has a bolder stance, partly thanks to its 20-inch wheels, but mostly because of the performance hood with power bulges. On the inside, Dodge adds leather to the steering wheel and extra side bolstering to keep the driver in the seat during enthusiastic driving. The addition of performance steering and suspension marginally improves handling, but the Challenger remains a relatively sedate car through the twisties. Every Charger has a version of Dodge's easy-to-use Uconnect infotainment system. The feature-filled unit includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration as standard equipment.