The fourth generation Dodge Charger continued as a B body car and was restyled. The new Charger was Dodge's attempt at moving the model into the growing personal luxury car market segment. Dodge expanded its presence in the personal luxury car market in 1978 when it produced two cars in the same class, the Charger and the Dodge Magnum. During the years this car was offered, a Daytona model was offered, featuring stripes that ran along the length of the car. Production of the fourth generation ended in 1978, and it wouldnt be until 1981 that Dodge would introduce the Fifth Generation Charger.