Tag: Dodge Challenger

SRT Barracuda to replace Dodge Challenger SRT8 in 2014?

There have long been rumors that, at some point in the future, the Dodge Challenger would be discontinued as the Chrysler Group reincarnated the Barracuda name.  New information has been offered up to suggest that the Dodge Challenger will continue on alongside the SRT Barracuda but the Challenger will likely go on without the SRT […] More »

  Comments | By - September 7, 2012

High-Speed Drift: Formula Drift Irwindale in 2.5 Minutes!

by John CoyleDodgeForum Obviously, the people who shot this didn’t drink the drift video Kool-Aid. Because if they had, they’d know that all Formula D videos are required to feature acres of slow-motion footage and a horrible techno music score. But this video isn’t like that! It’s done with high-speed film, and it’s set to […] More »

  Comments | By - October 12, 2011

Could SRT Introduce a Supercharged Upgrade Package?

by Patrick Rall When the Chrysler Group introduced the newly formed SRT brand, they became the first company to offer a cross-brand group focusing strictly on performance, but if some new rumors prove to be true – the Street and Racing Technology brand could become the most powerful brand in the American market. 

  Comments | By - August 12, 2011

Challenger, Camaro and Mustang Outsell All Hybrids Combined in May 2011

by Patrick Rall The sales results from around the industry trickled in from May 2011 and an interesting bit of news came out, as the Dodge Challenger, Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang together outsold all hybrids sold in the US market during the month.  Many would expect that the sales of muscle cars would be […] More »

  Comments | By - June 21, 2011

Now Showing at the Corvette Museum: A 1970 Dodge Challenger Hemi R/T

Photo courtesy of Wikipedia by Patrick Rall The modern Dodge Challenger received upgrades for 2011 to make it one of the most powerful vehicles available in the US market, but in 1970, the Dodge Challenger Hemi R/T set the standard for high performance.  

  Comments | By - June 10, 2011

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