Question of the Week: Do you still want to see a Dodge Charger Coupe?
When the modern Dodge Charger was introduced back in 2005, a great many Mopar enthusiasts were outraged that the Charger name was applied to a full size sedan. Even though the modern Charger will comfortably crush almost any vintage Charger (stock for stock) in almost any racing venue (drag racing, road racing, etc), there were […] More »
The Dodge brand will turn 100 years old in 2014 and to celebrate their centennial, a new limited edition package will be offered for both the Charger and Challenger. The 100th Anniversary package is available for both the SXT Plus and R/T Plus which means that they are available with either the 3.6L Pentastar V6 […] More »
The first piece of big news from the Mopar display at the 2013 SEMA Show has just hit the press and it comes in the form of the new Dodge Scat Pack. As was the case with the Scat Packages back in the 1960s and 1970s, the modern Scat Pack includes tiered performance packages and […] More »
Since 2010, the Mopar aftermarket division has been offering customized and limited edition Chrysler Group products that offer a unique look and improved performance over the non-Moparized versions of the same vehicle. In 2010, the Mopar 10 Dodge Challenger was the first Mopar branded vehicle ever followed by the Mopar 11 Dodge Charger and the […] More »
Rides Magazine just profiled this wild Charger from Tokyo, Japan. It features a custom widebody kit with Brandywine candy paint and staggered 24-inch Asantis with big Brembos all the way around. And, as is normal with this kind of build and profile, there is a lot of info on the sound system, but nothing on what’s […] More »