Now THIS is a European version of the Hellcat Charger. To be specific, it's paternally German and maternally English, it uses a German transmission, it produces an American-like 627 lb-ft of torque out of a HUGE displacement engine, and it's big (albeit not too so). Like the Hellcat, it doesn't corner too well.
The LD-body (evolution of LX-body) cars are BIOLOGICALLY half American and half German, even though strangely they are now under Italian-French control.
OFFICIALLY the Dodge Charger (aka Chrysler 300) competes in the E-segment crowd, while the Rolls-Royce Ghost actually competes in the top end of the F-segment crowd, but in the Scat Pack/Hellcat/Redeye versions, the very same model has quite a lot in common with the Ghost (aside from the RWD in the Dodge and the AWD in the Royce).
The Charger and Ghost are full-size sedans too. However, compared to the Charger, the Ghost feels like an old-school American full-size sedan from the 20th century or early 21st century.
NOT to mention that both the Charger and the Ghost rely on old-school, RETRO LOOKS + DYNAMICS !!