Pete Gentile's '55 Chevy dragster used to dominate the Detroit drag strips. Now he uses that same car for Sunday ice cream runs with his grandkids.
All-wheel drive and 64 pounds of boost make this unassuming hatchback a Bugatti-beater.
The Dodge Demon does the 1/4-mile in 9.65 seconds. Here's what it takes to go quicker in a "regular" Hellcat.
For those who think Hemis, Chevy Small Blocks and Ford 302s are overrated, there's the Volvo B20.
For weeks, Dodge teased us with numerical hints at the Demon's performance numbers. Here's what every one of them meant.
Even for a drag car, that's absurdly fast.
The evidence is clear: The 2018 Dodge Demon will be capable of a 10-second quarter mile, straight from the factory.
Amazingly, driver J.R. Pines kept his Mustang in its lane through this entire double-wheelie 1/8th-mile race.
An early Toyota Celica with a turbocharged V8 and the all-wheel drive system of a Nissan GT-R? Sign us up!
With a 1.9-liter Volkswagen drivetrain, this little city car can put up some impressive quarter-mile times.
Amazingly, driver Cruz Pedregon recovered beautifully.
Not all 911s are set up for the corners.
With a 1/4 mile trap speed of 167 miles per hour, anything with a license plate will have a hard time touching this snake.
Atieva's electric van prototype packs some serious straight-line performance.
The legendary E30 M3 keeps surprising us in the most unlikely of ways.