Here’s One Way to Make a Dodge Viper Even Sexier
The ’90s Dodge Viper GTS coupe is sex appeal on four wheels. Its smooth curves lead the eye toward an ample and shapely rear end. The same can be said of Playboy Playmates – except they’re on two heels.
Cummins. Since 1989, that company name has been synonymous with diesel-powered Dodge and Ram pickups. It still is, but now Cummins can be associated with another automotive manufacturer: Nissan.
In 1985’s “Back to the Future,” “Doc” Brown needed a flux capacitor and plutonium to make a DeLorean DMC-12 capable of time travel. Thirty years later, Dodge has done the same with its Charger SRT Hellcat using a supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI V8.
Seven. That’s how many days I was scheduled for with the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. That’s also how many hundreds of horsepower the biblically powerful coupe produces – plus another seven. Coincidentally, that’s the number of sins I committed in it.