Dodge

New Barracuda tipped at FCA dealer conference

New Barracuda tipped at FCA dealer conference

One of the best muscle cars to come out of the 60s and 70s was the Barracuda. Many of the muscle cars still cruise the streets today and command huge money when restored properly. Rumors have been swirling for years now that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is going to bring the Barracuda back to the market after a decades long hiatus as a Dodge.

Continue Reading

Dodge Charger and Challenger get Plum Crazy

Dodge Charger and Challenger get Plum Crazy

Back in the 60s and 70s, Dodge had some iconic colors that it used on its muscle cars with names like Panther Pink, Moulin Rouge, and Sublime. Dodge may have taken the name of some of those iconic muscle car names and grafted them onto boring econoboxes like the Dart, but it still has some cool cars in the Challenger and Charger.

Continue Reading

Mopar made this retro drag monster from Dodge’s Challenger

Mopar made this retro drag monster from Dodge’s Challenger

Dodge's Challenger is no stranger to performance, but Mopar is giving the coupe a distinctly retro drag-racer kick with the new Mopar Dodge Challenger Drag Pak. A factory-prepped race car for those with a taste for going very fast in a straight line, the Mopar Drak Pak will offer not only a naturally-aspirated engine option but - a first for Mopar - a supercharged model, both markedly different, though no less crazy, from Dodge's own Challenger SRT Hellcat with its 707 HP V8.

Continue Reading

Dodge gives gamers the extreme supercar the Viper wishes it was

Dodge gives gamers the extreme supercar the Viper wishes it was

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has taken the wraps off a few images teasing the SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo, a mean-looking single seater concept car with a hybrid powertrain and exclusive designation for Gran Turismo 6. It's a big tease, in that three of the images show close-up shots of different aspects of the car but only one shows a full shot...which is far away and obscured with fancy electric trails. No matter: from what you can see it is obvious the SRT Tomahawk concept is a beastly car, and we've a gallery of it after the jump.

Continue Reading

2016 Dodge Viper ACR is a street-racer legend reborn

2016 Dodge Viper ACR is a street-racer legend reborn

The regular Dodge Viper may be no tame snake, but that isn't stopping them from cooking up an even fiercer model, the Viper ACR. Taking the regular 645 HP model - with its 8.4-liter engine mustering a rampant 600 lb-ft of torque - the 2016 Dodge Viper American Club Racer turns it into the "ultimate street-legal race car" the company claims, with a carbon-fiber rich ACR Extreme Aero Package delivering almost of a ton of downforce, not to mention looking decidedly striking.

Continue Reading

Dodge just priced up its crazy 707 HP Charger SRT Hellcat

Dodge just priced up its crazy 707 HP Charger SRT Hellcat

Dodge has been on a roll with indecently powerful supercharged cars that can take on genuine supercar exotica at a fraction of the price, and that looks likely to continue with the 2015 Charger SRT Hellcat getting priced up today. The 707 HP sedan, more powerful than Porsche's Panamera, was revealed back in August as the four-door follow-up to the Challenger SRT Hellcat coupe we drove earlier this year, though at the time Dodge wouldn't put a number on quite how much each of those angry horses would cost you.

Continue Reading

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.

Continue Reading

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.

Continue Reading

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat first-drive

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat first-drive

Before I tell you about my driving experience with the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, I’m just going to get this off my chest: this is one powerful, fast and, yes, chest-poundingly badass car. Your knee-jerk reaction might be “holy cow, $60k+ is a lot for a Challenger!” While that might be true, for a car even Dodge’s own CEO describes as a “science project”, in many respects the 700 HP Lamborghini Aventador I drove months ago was equally badass, but how many of us have got half-a-mil to drop on a supercar? From that perspective, the Challenger gives you the performance, a great looking car, creature comfort driver-focused cockpit and a decent fuel economy. But that’s now what you care about. You want to hear how the Hellcat roars.

Continue Reading

1 2 3