We have all known for many moons that Ford is working on a new Shelby GT500 Mustang and today, we have what appears to be our first look at the Motor Company’s newest muscle car from what appears to be a private media or dealer network function.
The Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack is often overshadowed by the supercharged Hellcat, but the 392 Hemi-powered sedan is no joke and the car shown here is proof, running an 11.61 quarter mile with nothing more than some weight reduction and drag radials.
Specialty Vehicle Engineering has cooked up a set of Yenko/SC performance packages for the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE and their Stage 2 kit is a showstopper – packing 1,000 horsepower and a base price in the range of $112,000.
In a strategy to keep them viable in what definitely will be an intensely competitive pickup truck market with the addition of several electrics by several makers, Bollinger Motors adds a sole purposed dedicated 1 ton Pickup truck based on its SUT it plans to put into production late next year, early 2020.
We will soon see classic Chevy muscle cars cruising the streets with the 755-horsepower LT5 from the C7 Corvette ZR1, as Chevrolet Performance will soon be offering supercharged V8 in the crate engine portfolio – with the official announcement coming later this month at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
The Sublime 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack shown here recently ran a 10.21 quarter mile with a manual transmission, making it the quickest manually-shifted Scat Pack in the world – and today we bring you the details and a look at the record-setting run.
As the Takata airbag recall, keeps on keeping on, thieves are targeting something new, the airbags themselves. For a frustrated car owner who has been waiting and waiting for a replacement airbag, this type of airbag may be just what the doctor ordered, though, admittedly there are ethical questions.
Once again, the Dieselgate scandal reared its smoking head as VW was hit with another near-billion-euro fine in Germany. Though it is nearly over in the U.S., the emissions scandal is alive, well, and living in Europe where at least three jurisdictions are studying more fines. Plus, VW faces a near-$10 billion euro stockholders suit.