I personally hate sedans. In fact, I LOATHE THEM. That said, I also am forced to concede the fact that they sell and that equals profit. I can live with the fact that there is a fullsize rwd sedan in the lineup. I just think it should be re-named the Coronet, Polara, Monaco...ANYTHING other than Charger. The 2 door version should be the performance model. It ought to reflect the styling of the sedan, just more aggressive, and when you match them model for model, the 'good stuff' should always favor the coupe. The Challenger is rumored to go to a smaller platform and if it keeps the rwd/2 door with available V8 formula then not only is it more in line with the ponycar theme, its a different experience entirely from a fullsized coupe.
If it were ME running the show, Id offer the LX in sedan form as well as a 'quad coupe' version that keeps the current look but with a clamshell door setup like the RX-8. The Challenger/Avenger could be a smaller rwd platform that would max out with the 3.6L V6/6spd manual in sedan form. The performance version would be a 'true' 2 door coupe would offer the same 345 or 392 Hemi with manual or slushbox options and be more of a ponycar in top form or basic efficient transportation with the base V6/mtx layout. While we're at it, the Dart platform should only be in sedan form at Chrysler. Think 100 series. At Dodge, a 2 or 5 door would round that out, with SRT trim available...Demon, anyone? Turbo setups in low pressure around 200 hp, fwd, manual or auto available on all levels (Chrysler and Dodge) with a high pressure version topping 280 hp, avail awd and mandatory manual for Dodge. Seems that such a layout would be more focused, and directed at the intended markets.