Performance Vehicles

Hot Wheels Hellcat Charger

Hellcat Dodge Charger Coming to Hot Wheels for 2016

The folks at Mattel got in on the popularity of the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat for 2015 and according to a Hot Wheels collectors website, the Hellcat Charger will be the next new Dodge SRT product to hit the toy car world – although like the Challenger, the Charger toy won’t actually sport the Hellcat name.
First 2016 Camaros

2016 Camaro Begins Shipping to Dealers This Week

General Motors announced yesterday afternoon that production of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is well underway and the first examples of the 6th gen muscle car will ship from the factory in Lansing, Michigan to dealerships around the country – meaning that those folks who put money down for a new model could be driving their new Camaro within the next couple of weeks.
SEMA chrysler 300 teaser

Chrysler 300, Ram Rebel Joining AWD Challenger at SEMA

This past Friday, the Chrysler Group teased a few of the vehicles that they are bringing to SEMA and while we were enamored with the prospect of an all-wheel drive Dodge Challenger – there were also teasers of what appear to be the Chrysler 300, the Ram 1500 Rebel and a Fiat 500X which will join the AWD muscle car in the huge Mopar display.
Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang in yellow and black

Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, GT350R Hit the Dyno and 1/4 Mile

Since the Shelby GT350 and GT350R packages for the newest generation Ford Mustang were introduced, the internet has been chock full of discussions on how much they would actually differ in terms of performance and today, we have the best look yet courtesy of the folks at Motor Trend – who found a slight difference in wheel horsepower, but a far more significant different in all-out acceleration.
Corvette Z06 Motor Trend Video still

Corvette Boss Explains Why the C7 Z06 Struggled with Motor Trend

Earlier this month we talked about the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 running into engine problems while participating in Motor Trend’s “Driver’s Car” tests at Laguna Seca Raceway and the Corvette’s chief engineer offered up an explanation on CorvetteForum.com – claiming that the car had been incorrectly prepped by GM for the Motor Trend trials.

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