Chrysler to be out in force at Woodward Dream Cruise
Fans of classic American iron are no doubt familiar with the Woodward Dream Cruise – a massive cruise night for all things Big Three, held every August since 1995 in the Detroit metropolitan area down Woodward Boulevard. Mopar fans planning to attend should pay extra attention when passing by the corner of Woodward and 13 Mile Road […] More »
Earlier this week, SRT head honcho Ralph Gilles took to Twitter to show off what his boss, Fiat/Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, rides around in on the weekends. Considering the stable of brands that Fiat owns, which include Maserati and Ferrari, it comes as a welcome surprise to see that Serg is rockin’ this indisputably badass 392 Challenger. Is […] More »
I’ve been looking forward to Saturday’s race at Mid-Ohio since SRT revealed the Viper was going racing again. Sure, the rest of the season will basically be a series of live-fire exercises, but the Viper was a hell of a competitor during its time in American Le Mans–just ask the guys at Corvette Racing–and the […] More »
Further proof, that given enough time and money, everything can be converted into a limousine. And actually, for once, the end result doesn’t look like a disaster! The Charger is already a car with an exceptionally long wheelbase, so stretching it out doesn’t slaughter the styling like it does on the Viper. It still looks […] More »
What is it? Well, it’s the second in a series of extremely vague teasers from SRT concerning the new Viper. Clearly the dark part is a carbon fiber pit of some-sort, maybe a scoop. When did the Viper ever have carbon fiber scoops?