Dodge is looking to make quite the statement at this year's New York Auto Show with the expected formal introduction of the new 2015 Dodge Charger on tap. Receiving a thorough refresh in hopes of continuing to hook younger drivers interested in a car with a storied and powerful pedigree, the makeover touched pretty much everything save for the roof and rear door panels. That means the corners were rounded, the hood lowered, the grille refined, and the chrome minimized and black tine increased for a modern look. Inside, things also look less retro, with a new 7-inch information display, new material selections, aluminum bezels, and the brand's Uconnect in-car system. The 2015 Charger will come with the eight-speed automatic transmission connected to either a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6, which is rated 31-mpg highway, or a 5.7-liter Hemi V-8. Expected to hit dealers this fall, continue after the jump to get a sneak peak at where Dodge has pinned its future.