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Great news: Dodge won’t cap SRT Hellcat production

Great news: Dodge won’t cap SRT Hellcat production

Good news if you've been desperately hunting down the back of the sofa cushions for change, trying to save up for Dodge's outrageous new Charger SRT Hellcat and its Challenger SRT Hellcat cousin: chatter of just 1,200 cars being up for grabs are unfounded. The 707 horsepower four-door was revealed yesterday, instantly grabbing the title of "most powerful production sedan in the world", but rumors quickly started that Dodge was planning strict limits on how many Hellcats it would produce.

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Marines to test drone-killing laser Humvees by 2016

Marines to test drone-killing laser Humvees by 2016

Military Humvees with lasers capable of shooting down drones should be ready for field-testing by 2016, preparing for a new age of warfare where unmanned, remotely-controlled weapons platforms attack from the skies. The Ground-Based Air Defense Directed Energy On-the-Move program (GBAD) aims to equip US Marines with highly portable anti-drone weapon systems, significantly miniaturized versus the lasers the US Navy will test on battleships later this year.

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2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat: The insane 707HP sedan you wanted

2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat: The insane 707HP sedan you wanted

So you're in love with the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat we drove last week but need some practicality with that ridiculous power, never fear: Dodge has just the crazy Charger to fit the bill. The 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is, with 707 HP from its supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI Hellcat engine, the fastest and most powerful sedan in the world, happy to embarrass Porsche Panamera and Bentley Flying Spur drivers in the process.

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Jaguar takes reborn Lightweight E-Type to the track

Jaguar takes reborn Lightweight E-Type to the track

When Jaguar tells you it's doing something special with a classic E-Type, you pay attention, particularly when it's just six hand-crafted Lightweight E-Type. The car firm announced back in May that its engineers were finally building the "missing" six Special GT E-Type cars it put on hold fifty years ago, and now it has released the first video of one of those new-old cars in action. As you might expect, it cuts quite a line on the track.

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