Was exiting my patrol car on a traffic stop, and just as I tugged on the open drivers door to shut it and move to make contact I sensed what I thought was a fast moving car fairly close behind me. Speed limit where I was is 65 and most folks are exceeding that. So my attention was diverted to looking rearward, and my right hand stayed holding on to the rear vertical edge of the Charger door longer than normal as I "rode" the door shut thinking I might re-open it and re-enter my ride. And that's when the jolt of pain interupted all my other thoughts. The damn door shut on my fingertips. In most cars and trucks it's a squeezing/crushing type of event (I guess, I did it once like 15-years ago without much aftermath). Usually there is metal on the door and a thick rubber weatherstrip in the door opening. But the Charger has an outer steel applique running vertically behind the front door windows, and where it turns 90-degrees around the back edge it is then cut off like a knife blade instead of being folded over flush and smooth! Worse, there's no weatherstrip there to act as a cushion, it's a sharp metal edge on the door and a painted steel door frame and maybe 1/4" space between them! That sum-bissh had me almost on my knees in pain and I couldn't pull my hand out until I lifted the door handle and opened the door. It cut me real good, down to bone. That stupid design needs to be re-invented so that its 3/16" protruding steel edge is rolled over flat. Just saying, learn from my experience and don't get cut! I now have scar tissue forming and numbness in at least one fingertip on my right hand.