Turns Out Sergio Has Pretty Good Taste
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?
Marcus SlaterDodgeForum “Stryker”. That’s the name of the Viper’s newest mascot and it looks pretty freaking cool. I don’t know about you all, but the last one looks positively evil. I like it.