Whether you’re a Mopar fan or not, you probably have an opinion about the Dodge Viper. Some absolutely love the raucous, untamed performance it belts out on road or track, while others view it as too much of a loose cannon.… Continues
These one-off cars are both sanctioned by Mopar and Chrysler.
NASCAR has generated plenty of legends, from drivers to cars. Few can rival the Plymouth Superbird and Dodge Charger Daytona. With dramatic nose cones and incredibly tall rear wings, they were able to do things other stock cars simply couldn’t, like breaking past the 200 mph barrier.… Continues
The future of Cadillac’s 4.2-liter twin-turbo “Blackwing” V-8 has been up in the air for some time now. The company discontinued the CT6-V—the only car that used it—and told us in February it has no future plans for the engine.… Continues
Supercars are special, but most aren’t exactly ideal for family excursions. On Wednesday, Koenigsegg tried to change that with the debut of its newest supercar, the Gemera—the world’s first “Mega-Grand Tourer” and the marque’s first four-seater.… Continues
Porsche has finally unveiled — through a video presentation — the new 911 Turbo S and its convertible version. The German manufacturer had planned to present the two automobiles at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland, which was cancelled due to the coronavirus epidemic.… Continues
“The Brotherhood of Muscle” grew in the second half of 2019 with record combined Charger and Challenger sales of 84,216 vehicles.
American muscle is getting even stronger as Dodge//SRT extends Dodge Power Dollars to its 2020 model-year Dodge muscle cars and creates a new social media campaign to celebrate the new and loyal performance enthusiasts who continue to grow “The Brotherhood of Muscle.”… Continues