Built by SpeedKore, this Pro Touring Charger hosts an astounding attention to detail. Now, it can be yours.
We need more wagons in our lives.
Turbos are all well and good, but atmospheric is where it's at.
Even the most powerful performance vehicles in the world start to feel "normal" after a while.
It's always loud, whether you like it or not.
It could be nothing. Or, it could be a four-door Demon.
Stunt driver Raymond Kohn flew a specially-built '69 Dodge Charger 134 feet to kick off Detroit's hot rod show.
With rumors of a widebody Challenger Hellcat ADR swirling, the new Fate of the Furious trailer has us very curious.
Sure, it looks cool, but when it comes to driving, this Charger can't so much as track straight.
A rumored 2018 redesign has been delayed, meaning the rear-drive Dodge twins stick around into the next decade.
Inside sources hint that a 400-horsepower turbocharged V6 is coming that'll out-muscle the venerated 5.7-liter Hemi.
A pair of slick diesel builds are pumping out nearly 1000 lb-ft of torque.