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.
The concept of sharing public roads with the 840-horsepower 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is scary enough in itself. It’s even scarier—for anyone involved—to realize that some of those 840-HP Demons could get stuck on their cruise-control setting while out there.
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…
The U.S. Department of Justice is demanding Georgia Sheriff Butch Conway reimburse $70,000 for his purchase of a 707 horsepower Dodge Charger Hellcat, which has been deemed too “extravagant” of a purchase.
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.
Much like its more popular, overshadowing sibling in the Dodge performance lineup, the 2019 Dodge Charger Hellcat will get at least one new giant air intake for its giant, powerful engine. Yes, that sentence says “Charger” Hellcat. It’s a thing. That two-door Challenger you like isn’t the only Dodge with some power.
Bizarrely, this is the first time I’ve ever heard donuts (car donuts, not the kind you get from Tim Hortons or Krispy Kreme) referred to as “cookies.” Either way, I’m now both hungry and ready to spin a big, loud muscle car around in circles after watching this footage from a “Cookie Contest” in Iowa.
Ford introduced the latest edition of its Bullitt Mustang inspired by the 1968 Steve McQueen classic cop flick at this year’s Detroit Auto Show, the first of which went to auction and sold for $300,000. But there was a fast, cooler car in that movie—the 1968 Dodge Charger that’s also in the famous chase sequence. And…
The Dodge Charger has more or less looked about the same since its 2006 re-introduction, with the occasional makeover of the front and back. But the latest redesign, with the continuous taillight stretching across the trunk, kind of like a neon sign, may be hiding something.
The old Dodge was such a fixture in the neighborhood that one particularly awful person named his or her wireless network after it: “Retarded Guy’s Charger.”
Let’s say you show up to a track for some fun times in your hot hatchback. And then, just hypothetically, a friend randomly shows up there with his new toy: a 2017 Dodge Charger Hellcat. He tosses you the keys and says “have fun, buddy.” But there’s a catch—it’s pretty wet out there.
The bright-orange 1969 Dodge Charger R/T that raised hell on TV in the hands of the Dukes of Hazzard has to be one of the most famous hero cars in fiction, mayeb behind Doc Brown’s DeLorean. This week we got to see it get air one more time, in real life, in the middle of Detroit.
It’s that time again, the moment when everyone in the country revolts against the nation’s biggest source of evil: people who disagree with them politically. The newly crowned Grand Emperor of America will be appointed tonight, and if every Facebook meme making the rounds today is anything to go by, society as we…
It took 485 horsepower and tires that were way too skinny to make me realize something profound: I’m a bit of an asshole.
On the eve of the Woodward Dream Cruise, I have been given the keys to a 485 horsepower monster, which I’ve used to transport car parts, rip burnouts, and cruise Woodward like God intended. Now ask me questions about this thing!
Today on Woodward Avenue near Detroit, Dodge showed us some new-for-2017 Challenger and Charger trim levels that crank the flamboyance up to a level only Dodge—or possibly Mansory—would even attempt. The good news is there are a couple performance bits to go along with all the flash.
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.
Jason Bourne knows who he is now. And he still drives like we all wish we could– unleashing motorized hell on Las Vegas, chasing a Bearcat SWAT truck in a manual-shift Dodge Charger.
I’m not sure why racing on a public road full of other cars and trucks doesn’t seem like a terrible idea to people, but it is. If simple logic doesn’t get the concept across, maybe this wreck, caused by a race between a Challenger and a Charger, will. Three are dead, and the carnage of the multi-car wreck closed…