Tag: SRT

The 2015 Dodge Challenger Shines (and Roars) at the Chrysler Proving Grounds

Last week I was invited to spend a day at Chrysler’s Chelsea Proving Grounds in Chelsea Michigan to check out – and drive – many of the latest and greatest vehicles from the various Chrysler Group brands. Unfortunately, the rules prevent me from talking about driving many of those awesome new 2015 vehicles, but those […] More »

  Comments | By - June 30, 2014

A Look at the Future of the SRT Lineup

We know that the SRT Brand has been discontinued by the Chrysler Group as a standalone brand of its own and the SRT Viper will return to being the Dodge Viper. This has led some to suggest that SRT was facing its demise, but with the incredible performance reputation of the Chrysler Street and Racing […] More »

  Comments | By - June 30, 2014

Question of the Week: Do You Want the Hellcat Hemi Challenger or Charger More?

It is all but official that the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT and the 2016 Dodge Charger SRT will be powered by the same 6.2L supercharged “Hellcat Hemi” which will likely offer a power output somewhere in the range of 580 to 640 horsepower.  Should the Hellcat be in that range for the Charger and Challenger, […] More »

  Comments | By - May 19, 2014

What Does the 2017 Dodge Dart SRT Need to Take Down the Subaru WRX STI?

We learned recently that the Dodge Dart SRT will arrive in December of 2016 – presumably as a 2017 model year vehicle – with a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine and an all wheel drive system.  Unlike the Dodge Neon SRT4 and the Dodge Caliber SRT4 that relied on front wheel drive to attack the sport compact […] More »

  Comments | By - May 14, 2014

Hellcat Hemi 2015 Challenger SRT to Arrive in August, Charger SRT in January 2015

Included in the Chrysler Group’s 5 year plan that was released last week was a simple chart that showed the future of the Dodge brand and the most significant piece of news for the short term is the dates of arrival for the next generation SRT Challenger and Charger.  This chart (as shown above) indicates […] More »

  Comments | By - May 13, 2014

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