I don't know if any of you have noticed this article which was posted on Dodge's official site while I was lurking around but I think I've found a picture of the new R/T and what it looks like. The article is somehow hidden to the public and I've managed to find it in the "Contact Us" section so I guess this definitely must be the new look of the R/T. In fact, it was even placed in the "Past & Future Car" section. So that explains everything.
Source: http://www-5.dodge.com/dodge_life/p...future-concept_cars-durango_hemi&type=textNavAlong with the name, we also brought back the heritage that made Charger R/T a legend. This concept car advances four-door style into an entirely new dimension. True to the original muscle car form, Charger R/T, with its low, thrusting hood, has a powerful V8 matched with a five-speed manual transmission that drives the rear wheels. The front grille and lamps look menacing. The body is taut. The rear deck with spoiler, and the fascia with sly-looking taillamps and twin exhaust outlets, all signify a vigorous departure from the past. In true retro form, 1966 meets the millennium. One look at the radio knobs and three-spoke steering wheel will confirm that. The pistol-grip shift lever adds to the feeling.
Throughout this interior past and future, street and racing are balanced. Exposed metal is emphasized -- but the front and rear bucket seats are made of carbon fiber and have red leather accents. Because the Charger R/T is supercharged, the 4.7-liter SOHC, 16-valve, V8 engine has the kind of ferocity that results in 325 horsepower.
But Charger R/T is environmentally gentle -- its Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fuel produces negligible emissions at the tail pipes.