Author: John Coyle

Michelin Presents Wallpaper Wednesday: Hemi-Powered Victory Siren Will Wake the Dead


Yup, it’s got a Hemi—and you can hear it from four miles away. The Chrysler Victory Siren was designed for use during the Cold War, and it’s the most powerful siren ever built. Since tensions with the Soviet Union never escalated to point America’s home soil was attacked.

  Comments | By - July 30, 2014

Michelin Presents Wallpaper Wednesday: Exploded Hellcat Engine

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Have you had enough Hellcat yet? Because I sure as Hell haven’t! Now that the embargo on driving impressions has been lifted and I’ve gotten to read reviews of this monster, I’m even more determined to get behind the wheel of this tire-slaying monster. Check out this view of the beast’s heart!

  Comments | By - July 23, 2014

Michelin Presents Wallpaper Wednesday: 1968 Dodge Charger III Concept


When I was poking around on the web last week, I stumbled across, a Russian site that has a lot of concept car articles. If you have time to kill—or if your boss doesn’t monitor your internet usage—I highly recommend checking it out. The headline for the post about the Dodge Charger III concept […] More »

  Comments | By - July 16, 2014

Michelin Presents Wallpaper Wednesday: Corporate Cousin Edition!


Alfa Romeo just turned 110 years old, and it’s easily one of the most storied marques in automotive history. After all, It’s the company that gave a guy named Enzo his start in the automotive business. I wish the company were coming back to the States in greater numbers, but I guess I’ll have to […] More »

  Comments | By - July 9, 2014

Michelin Presents Wallpaper Wednesday: 700hp Worth of Tire Smoke!

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Supercharged

Yesterday, my Facebook feed was filled with two basic posts. The first one was “Oh no, America isn’t in the World Cup anymore!” But the second? That post one was something I actually cared about: “Holy crap! The 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat has 707 horsepower! Oh my God!” While I obviously think this is awesome, […] More »

  Comments | By - July 2, 2014

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