An interesting thing about driving all the SRT behemoths together is that you can tell which one's the least, er, behemothy. The 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392's wheelbase is four inches shorter than the Charger's and 300C's, which translates — using the butt-o-meter — into quicker rotations. Indeed, the Challenger…
The accident above happens so quickly it's not entirely fair to blame the driver for taking his eyes off the road to nod to the camera-wielding passenger in the other lane, but one should always stare into the mirrors when you stop to make sure everyone else is stopping. (Hat tip to Jay!)
Thanks to a craptastically-configured auction, a member of the ChallengerTalk forums snagged a steal-of-a-deal on a usually-goes-for-$45K Dodge Challenger SRT8 for just $29,100. Now the Signal Hill, CA car dealer's trying to back out of the deal.
The U.S. Air Force has used your tax dollars to commission two highly-customized Planelopnik-infused muscle cars complete with radar-absorbing paint, proximity sensors and targeting cameras for its recruitment program. When do we get a turn at the stick?
The Dodge Challenger SRT8 is a big, heavy beast of a car, but that didn't stop it from getting a little hang time as evidenced in the picture below the jump.