Sometimes concept cars look amazingly preposterous, especially once you see the final production car. But some of them are actually pretty damn nice, and I happen to think this 1999 Dodge Charger concept is one of the nice ones.
The Dodge Charger can either be a reasonable V6-powered rental car or the most powerful production sedan in the world, depending on how you option it. What do you need to know before you buy a Dodge Charger? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Yes. Tesla is actually making an articulating metal snake that can charge a car. This is the prototype. And I’m properly creeped the hell out.
Dodge went to Las Vegas today to unveil the 2013 Dodge Charger Sprint Cup car you've already seen, which seems appropriate given the long odds of a MOPAR-badged car winning the championship next year.
Dodge has taken the Charger R/T and, to use a verb coined by Mopar CEO Pietro Gorlier, "Moparized" the hell out of it. The result of this brutal Moparization is, in its most-Moparized form, a 590 hp monster that's not street-legal.
Chrysler is reviving its classic Super Bee and Yellow Jacket monickers at next week's LA Auto Show. Based on the Charger SRT8 and Challenger SRT8 respectively, both cars get a fresh coat of "P***y Magnet" yellow paint, and a slew of badges and similarly-colored interior bits n' pieces.
In 1971, NASCAR banned Chrysler's winged cars, forcing teams like Bobby Isaac's K&K to park their fastest rides. K&K owner Nord Krauskopf decided to take the team's Charger Daytona to Bonneville for one last romp. They'd end up setting 28 world records.
"If you like cars and in particular appreciate styling this 1971 Dodge Charger has to grab you"—at least that's what Car and Track host Bud Lindemann thought. The host was excited that "somebody finally had enough originality to build a car that doesn't look like it came off a GM drawing board". As this vintage road…
Arguably, it's the 2012 Dodge Charger SRT8 that benefited the most from SRT's latest makeover. Last time we drove it, back in 2008, we loved it for its brute force, but thought the running gear was "unsettled, jittery, and unpolished." That's all done with. A new adaptive damping system, incorporating Bilstein…
Meet Mertin Grundy, formerly known for having a weird name and being small change at the bank where he was employed. That all changed when Mertin made the questionable decision to purchase a custom van. Now Mertin has a customized 1975 Ford Econoline featuring plenty of space to do his own thing with his special…
Anyone who has ever gotten attached to a car will appreciate this video profiling Marlowe Boyd and the 1971 Dodge Charger R/T he has owned for the past 40 years. Although this short movie is about one particular 440 Magnum equipped Dodge and it's adoring long term owner, Marlowe's story is probably familiar to…
As a fundraiser for a Detroit charter school, former Michigan "Fab Five" and NBA player Jalen Rose will auction his customized General Lee from "The Dukes Of Hazzard." Customized how? Let's start with the Confederate flag delete...
A field of 2011 Dodge Charger Pursuit black-and-whites were spotted by resident Detroit-area sharpshooter Danny outside a shop that specializes in conversions for local and state law enforcement. If you're in the area don't say we didn't warn you.
The Scooby Doo school of marketing says if you press enough buttons on the control panels in potential customers brains, eventually you hit the right one. In that spirit, here's Dodge decapitating a self-driving robot. And the crowd goes wild.
To tout its Mopar parts division, Chrysler and Fiat's parts arm Magneti Marelli built a Euro-spec rally car out of a Dodge Avenger, with 300 hp and powerslide-ready hand brakes. Will it ever actually race? Probably not.
Who wouldn't want to see the 2011 Dodge Charger R/T spank the ol' "General Lee." And no, not just a '69 Charger somebody painted orange to look like the General, but an actual survivor from the set of the TV series.
If you've endured a smoke-filled dorm screening of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon dubbed over The Wizard of Oz without lapsing into a coma, you'll dig this "fusion" of Mahavishnu Orchestra and the Bullitt chase. Dude, it works!