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Grafted on Chevrolet face does the SS no favors.
Does this angle make the SS appear more dramatic?
The basic shape is that of an early 2000s BMW 3 Series, just much larger.
For 2016 the Chevrolet SS gets a revised face and new wheels.
The Dodge has a sportier face and brawnier body sides.
Rear-wheel drive proportions. Yes, this car is actually green--if you get enough sunlight on it.
Somewhat elegant from the rear quarter.
The SS's thick A-pillar can block the road entirely in curves.
Suede trim, red stitching, and metal pedals dress up what would otherwise be a boring interior.
The Charger's interior has a sportier design.
SS embroidered into the synthetic suede trim on the passenger side of the instrument panel.
The Chevrolet SS's driver seat looks like it provides more lateral support than it actually does.
The Dodge's front seat has larger, more effective side bolsters.
Very roomy back seat.
Decent trunk. The rear seat doesn't fold, but there's a large pass-through.
The engine is hidden under a plain black cover.
A bit of a mess under the cover, the SS's engine could be better dressed. Sounds great, though.