The Baja 1000 rightly claims the title of North America's toughest race. But one race team faced their biggest challenge before the race began: Saving the life of a Mexican man whose vehicle collided head-on with another Baja racer.
If you're going to jump a median to demonstrate how cool your modified Ram is, please learn how to use both the "go" and the "brake" pedal. This moron didn't, and took out a classic VW Caddy and an STI.
Mike Levine from PickupTrucks.com and I caught a Dodge Ram 3500 sitting outside the SEMA show here in Vegas sporting duallies on both the rear and the front. Wanna double your pleasure? Double your fun? Double the dually! More below.
In the Native American Lakota-Sioux dialect, Dakota means friend, or friendly. You might make some friends with today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Dakota convertible, especially with its non-native 360 V8.
Proving Texas is still just one big ridiculous stereotype, Chrysler debuted the Ram Laramie Longhorn luxotruck today. It's got more leather than Max Mosley's basement and silver belt buckle seats. Belt buckle seats! I hate all of you.
Chrysler's Mopar division went hog-wild on new off-roading rigs for the 44th Easter Jeep Safari. There's a quartet of Wranglers, the bitchin' Nukizer concept, a high-clearance Powerwagon and the Raptor-like Ram Runner. Glad to see someone at ChryCo's still kicking.
In addition to the rock-crawling Mopar Ram Power Wagon, Dodge will apparently bring another surprise to the Easter Jeep Safari: a Raptor-fighting prerunner concept built off the KORE Performance Ram 1500 half-ton. Our question? Will they build it? [PickupTrucks.com]
A leaked document obtained by the Mopar-loving forumites at Allpar provides purported production dates and details for every new Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram product including the Ram Hybrid, a possible Sebring name change and info on the Fiat 500.
Urban camouflage had a brief moment of inexplicable popularity during the early part of this century. It's now relegated to pant patterns for faux tough-guy types and now, apparently, all matter of vehicles. This is all the Germans fault.
At last year's Detroit Auto Show a falling Pentastarnearly decapitated us. Now, with help from their Italian overlords, Chrysler's developed a more successful threat; another post like this and they're dropping a Ram on our tiny, fleshy heads.