SRT staff were spotted at Springfest wearing t-shirts with this logo. Presumably, this is what a HellCat looks like. Per Allpar, peak output of the new engine is rumored to beat the Viper’s V10!
Dodge will be touring the country in 2014, showcasing its lineup of cars, SUVs and minivans along with it’s special edition models and the Charger and Challenger SRTs. Highlights include test drives, interactive games and the chance to win $45,000 towards your next Chrysler vehicle! Find more info on locations at Cars & Parts.
So the last rumor had the debut of the new Challenger at the Southern California LX Club. That didn’t happen. The next possible venue is the New York Auto Show in mid-April but Ralph Gilles says that the car’s reveal is still two and a half months away. The Challenger, Charger and 300 are all getting a refresh for the 2015 model year. The Challenger is expected first. Find more info at Allpar.
Byron Hurd explains why he thinks a V8-powered Viper is necessary at The Truth About Cars.
A 383 powered, automatic, a/c car with low mileage (93,032 miles) is for sale in Michigan. Said to be a survivor, it shows some wear but is said to be complete. I’m liking the look of the steelies and dog dishes complete with 14 inch bias ply redlines. Find more info at Bring A Trailer. check out the eBay auction here. More pics after the jump!
Now here’s something you don’t see every day: a 1971 Dodge Demon with an El Camino type conversion. This one has 340 power and an automatic. Gotta love the slots! More pics from the eBay auction after the jump. Too bad there are no shots of the bed! Thanks to Mike and Ron for the tips!
Would you drive this?