Since the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat were introduced last year, the Chrysler Group has insisted that they weren’t going to cap production.
Bridgestone has announced a new Potenza RE-71R targeted squarely at owners of vehicles like the 2015 Lexus RC F, 2015 and older IS Fs, and F Sport versions of the IS 350 and RC 350.
About five days ago on March 25, Pennzoil unveiled an ad featuring a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat in it. Some auto enthusiasts have already named it as the best Hellcat video made so far.
Just when Subaru thought the competition was going away because the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is ending production, a new challenger, the 2016 Ford Focus RS is getting ready to make its U.S.
There are only 23 examples of the special BMW M4 DTM Champion Edition produced in the world and the first customer just took delivery in Munich.
America was once the leader in all three fields, then something happened. The 80"s.
During the 80's America auto manufacturers lost their footing and the Europeans jumped in and took our place. With brands like BMW, Mercedes, and Porsche becoming the brands of choice with the affluent buyers. It is time to bring back the glory of the American luxury automobile. Here are some stats to ponder on.
We’ve yet to meet a Ridgeline owner that doesn’t love his or her’s truck. They’ll speak on for hours as to the car-like ride, bullet-proof mechanical attributes and unique styling.
Arriving in showrooms any day now, the Mercedes AMG C63 comes in two performance variants, each powered by a version of the new 4.0 liter biturbo engine found in the Porsche 911 competing Mercedes
When the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat was first introduced last August at a pre-event media gathering ahead of the Woodward Dream Cruise, Dodge brand CEO Tim Kuniskis stated that it was the faste
This video, showing a 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang out and about on public roads with its striking black and white camouflage, was captured in the West Phoenix, Arizona area.
There was a point in American automotive history where the Lincoln Continental was THE luxury sedan to have if you wanted to show off your wealth and style.