This is a 707-horsepower 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. It’s fast, it’s good for burnouts and it looks like it’s been oxidized over many years. Someone chose for the car to look like that, commissioning a wrap that likely cost a few grand to make it happen. Dodge doesn’t sell patina as a factory color.
At the 2003 Detroit Auto Show, Dodge showed the world a concept version of the then-upcoming second-generation Dodge Durango. It was called the Dodge Durango Hemi R/T, and my god, was it hideous. So naturally, the brand went ahead and released a very similar design for production.
The U.S. Department of Justice wasn’t thrilled that a Georgia sheriff bought a 707-horsepower Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat with federal funds, demanding he reimburse the nearly $70,000 he spent. The DOJ got its money back, but local outlets report that the sheriff’s department just used county tax dollars on it instead.
Have you ever dreamed of having not one, but two, big, overpriced American drag cars for the street, so powerful that somebody had to sign off on their potential danger upon buying them? Maybe one for yourself and one for your significant other, or one for yourself and another one for yourself?
A Cummins-based diesel engine in a second-generation Dodge Ram race truck blew up in a major way in Utah on Saturday, sending pistons flying all over the drag strip, and leaving a camshaft poking up from the engine bay. Just look at this incredible carnage.
Dodge Charger and Challenger air dams were apparently getting scratched during shipment between the assembly plant and the dealership, so Dodge installed some yellow plastic “shipping covers,” which are supposed to be taken off at the dealer. Except now people are keeping them in place because they like the look and…
Seriously. Stop it. You are ruining the secret. The secret that early Dodge Vipers could be some of the best bargain beater cars out there. I’m done with it.
The 2019 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320 is a new trim level that takes the regular 485 horsepower Challenger R/T Scat Pack and adds Demon features that promise to make the vehicle significantly faster in the quarter mile. Those features include bigger tires, special launch modes and beefier components.
Track time is usually the domain of the lightest, smallest cars you can buy, but not among the Dajiban fans. They have Dodge vans. They go on track. Here’s how they make it work.
Marcos Trevino is the epitome of a supercar owner, even if his jam is American iron instead of high-end European exotics. His 840-horsepower 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is meticulously clean, garage-kept and still with some of its original plastic on the seats, while he uses a yellow hand towel to keep…
Somehow, the maniacs at Mopar have found a way to get you even more speed for less cash. The new 797 horsepower, 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye will have a starting price of $69,650, and the regular Hellcat gains an extra 10 ponies with a $5,000 price cut. Not bad all around.
Here’s an example of how not to make the donuts. A Dodge Charger caught fire while doing donuts for a crowd at a car meet in Anaheim Monday morning, reports KTLA. Around 50 to 100 people were there at this unauthorized meetup and standing way too close to cars doing stunts, including this one that burst into flame.
Occasionally, when I’m in a masochistic mood, I like to daydream about first-gen Dodge Vipers. You don’t see that many of them and they are so hilariously bad that they are actually amazing. This red one I’m showing you now is the grossest, grimiest, most disgusting example of an early Viper that I’ve ever seen. And…
I’ve lamented many times the horrible road salt in Michigan, which is why I have decided to start a series called “True Survivors of Detroit” in which we applaud Motor City-area cars that—despite heavy corrosion and questionable structural rigidity—continue trudging on like champions. This week’s survivor: a…
As part of Fiat Chrysler’s recent Dog And Pony show for investors, the company’s Chief Technical Compliance Officer, Mark Chernoby, described FCA’s ambitious electrification plans, which include the rollout of mild hybrid, hybrid, plug-in hybrids, and pure electric vehicles across 30 nameplates. Here’s what that plan…
Dodge said that it would only build 3,300 2018 Challenger SRT Demons (3,000 for the U.S. and 300 for Canada) and video captured the last one just rolling off the line yesterday at the automaker’s Brampton, Ontario plant. This marks the end of an admittedly short era.
Gotta love the 2008-only fascia on this Dodge Magnum SRT-8. The poor Magnum’s life was cut short after only four model years, while the 300, Charger and Challenger with which it shared a platform have continued on. This is your reminder that life isn’t fair.
Ah, the Dodge Demon. It’s all the angst of internet memedom distilled and tamped down into an 840-horsepower Challenger. A street-legal superlative. Only two questions remain: Who’s buying it and what’s it for? Mr. Regular might have the answer.