For Dodge Challenger owners who feel that their modern-day muscle cars don’t exude quite enough classic style, Mopar has come to the rescue with a stylish and functional shaker hood kit. Sadly, you’re still going to have to look to aftermarket to fill your air shock and fuzzy dice needs.
The car world has been buzzing ever since Chrysler released the shocking figures of its upcoming Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. In case you haven’t heard, the supercharged 6.2-liter V8 makes 707 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque, making it the most powerful production muscle car ever. Oh, and it will do the quarter mile in 10.8 seconds at 126 miles per hour, as verified by the NHRA.
We love classic cars. But what we love even more is when custom shops take these classics, and preserve them as a unique interpretation of themselves, without taking away too much from the original, of course. Readers Dean and Keith co-own Deanz Rodz and Race Carz in Graymont, Illinois. And what they do — like any other custom shop — is create custom rides all their own.
Everyone likes to credit the Italians — especially Lamborghini — for creating some of the most eye-catching, jaw-dropping supercar designs to date. And for the most part, that credit is very much deserved. But there is one car in particular for which Lamborghini can’t take all the credit.
We’ve seen Ford put the new Mustang on top of the Empire State Building. We’ve seen Ford dish out a bunch of cash for some product placement in Need For Speed. But now, finally, a new report from Road and Track tells us just how much power the 2015 Mustang actually has.
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG looks good. I mean, really good. And with 585 horsepower, it’s pretty powerful too. But we knew it was only a matter of time before Benz unleashed its more powerful, questionably more luxurious older sibling — the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG.
The Ferrari LaFerrari is one of the fastest cars on the planet — hands down. But like its close rival McLaren, Ferrari is testing a LaFerrari that’s even faster, and more track-focused. This new vehicle is dubbed the “XX.”
Remember the Jaguar C-X75? Of course you do. It was the prettiest, most amazingly engineered thing to come out of Britain since the Channel Tunnel (or the Concorde!). Unfortunately it never got past the concept stage — but, its F1-inspired hybrid engine might live on under the hood of an F-Type.
Imagine a world where Hyundai killed its Veloster hatchback, and shoved an uber-powerful V8 in the Genesis coupe. I mean really imagine, because Hyundai execs say that that’s about as close to reality as those two things are going to get.
The Ferrari LaFerrari has 963 horsepower and gets to 60 mph in 3.0 seconds. The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento has 570 horsepower and gets to 60 in 2.5 seconds. They’re both pretty fast, I guess.
Somehow, somewhere in supercar fantasyland, the two met up on an open highway and decided a gentleman-like drag race was in order. We’re not sure who wins because they’re out of view faster than you can say “Holy crap, a LaFerrari and a Sesto Elemento what is happening oh my god.”
Either way, whenever two of the world’s most outrageously quick supercars race, we all win. Check it out below (Can’t see the video? Click here):
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