First, Chrysler said they were putting a hold on Viper production. Then, they said they would be pulling the Viper back under the Dodge nameplate. Now, the Viper is getting a $15,000 price cut because pretty much everyone is buying the less expensive Corvette.
The C7 Corvette has debuted to worldwide acclaim. Its styling, its performance and its driving characteristics are all big hits. So it’s only natural that there be high demand anywhere where there are roads and disposable income.
People like to throw around the word “perfect” a lot. I’m throwing it around right now — this 1964 Shelby 289 Competition Cobra is soooo perfect. Even better, it’s hitting the auction block later this month.
We hope you’ve all been having a pretty happy, long weekend. And today, you might be hitting the beach or the BBQ. Whatever adventures might be waiting, we suggest you take a look at this 6 convertibles that would be perfect for any holiday outing (click on the links to learn more):
Hey guys, did you know that Dodge builds a 707-horsepower Challenger? Crazy, right!? Well, that crazy vehicle was recently driven on a crazy wet race track by a crazy cool reviewer — Matt Farah. And if anyone knows a thing or two about power, it’s him.
Groundhog Day is this Saturday, and while the event conjures up the Bill Murray film, truth is, most of our days are that. It’s the same soup, different pot. Every day, wake-up, shower, eat, work, gym, eat, sleep, repeat. Sometimes there are moments that make the day worth it, but things are quite repetitive. Thankfully, making the commute in a decent car can improve any day.
Unfortunately, some car designers either don’t understand this fact or have highly stressful jobs that drive them to substance abuse. Those are the only possible explanations for the three rolling embarrassments that follow. Who in their right mind would want to drive these things for a day, much less every day for a lifetime?
News that there would be a high-performance version of the hot new 2015 Ford Mustang called the GT350 came out months ago, and wasn’t much of a surprise. It would have been a shock if there weren’t plans to make this car. A good look at the badging that will be on this Mustang, however, is something that we haven’t had the chance to see until now.
In the automotive world, there’s something mesmerizing about a car that simply shouldn’t be. And if there’s one thing a hulking muscle car like the Dodge Challenger, shouldn’t be – it’s probably a lithe off-road dune-skipper. But molds are meant to be broken, aren’t they?
American muscle is alive and well, especially when you consider all that Dodge has been doing recently. But even before all the Hellcat hype, one of our readers, Carl, has been tearing up the streets in his custom 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT with 700 horsepower on tap. And he didn’t need no stinkin’ Hellcat engine to get there.
When I was a child in the ‘80s, I was obsessed with Knight Rider. Most kids, especially those who had a thing for cars, were fawning over David Hasselhoff’s talking ride (voiced by the same guy who’d go on to play Mr. Feeny on Boy Meets World). It was one of the coolest cars on TV.
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