Dodge Rams Hyundai to end Police Pursuit
Kids these days. A 14-year-old boy recently took his grandfather’s Hyundai Veloster out for a joyride … through Syracuse, Utah’s Founders Park, almost clobbering innocent children with it. Luckily, he didn’t hit any. Someone hit him, though.
When we last left you, the Hennessey Performance twin-turbo Viper was having technical difficulties in achieving 230 miles per hour down the Maxton Mile. First it was the transmission causing problems, then it was the engine computer. With those hurdles cleared, it’s time for the sprint, and the HP gang is not messing around.
SyFy’s new post-apocalpytic series Defiance features one badass Mopar. Watch the new trailer that shows how a new Charger transforms from a “near future” suburban grocery getter to a Mad Max-worthy vehicle in 2046. Video after the jump!
If there’s one thing you can say about Dodge, it’s that they never back down from a fight. Definitely not against GM. A few months back, Motor Trend took the ZR1 Corvette to Laguna Seca and knocked the old Viper ACR from the top of the Laguna Seca lap time leaderboard. SRT boss Ralph Gilles […] More »
Half the fun of messing around in the mud is getting stuck in it. It’s like testing the limits of what is possible for you and your truck.
Sometimes (frequently) the mud wins. In other types of automotive shenangigans, the fun is over when your vehicle can’t move anymore. A guy driving a powerstroke got to feel exactly what that’s like in the video below. Lucky for him, mudding is a little different from other types of hoonage in that the escape is almost as fun as getting stuck in the first place.