Some purists demand that a muscle car must be rear wheel drive. What say you? CarBuzz gives their opinion after the jump.
It’s official. FCA has announced that the Viper will end production after the 2017 model year, closing the door on a 25 year run. It’s been a great quarter century but all good things must come to an end. To celebrate, Dodge will be producing five special edition 2017 Vipers that will actually be available later this month. Find more info on these fab five at Auto Guide. All done? Not necessarily. With Chrysler’s penchant for reusing model names, you may not have to wait 30 years to buy a Viper again. Sergio Marchionne has stated that the Viper may return, albeit, based on a shared platform and not powered by a V10. Read more on a possible Viper 2.0 here. Is that a mistake?
There’s performance art and then there’s performance art! Quick video after the jump!
A Dodge Challenger Hellcat and the German Autobahn just go together like peanut butter and jelly. Video after the jump!
The Truth About Cars takes a quick look at the 2017 300S, consisting of some slight exterior and interior changes/updates. Here’s a sobering thought; you’re looking at one half of the vehicles making up Chrysler’s 2017 lineup. That can’t be good.
I am Trailcat. Hear me roar. Quick video after the jump!
Want to hear MotorWeek’s John Davis use the word badassery? Video after the jump!