Cue the angry enthusiasts. The current Dodge Charger (and Challenger coupe sibling) is built on what’s called the LX platform, a rear-wheel-drive setup that traces its roots back to the Daimler Chrysler days. Needless to say, that platform is getting pretty old and Dodge knows it, but the next-generation … read more
2020 is expected to be a pretty big year for the American auto industry—or at least, parts of it. Ford is expected to unveil a new Mustang (as we previewed earlier in the month), and now rumors are suggesting a new Dodge Charger will be unveiled alongside it in Detroit. Oh boy!
“An insider” allegedly … read more
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles landed a sweet deal with Google when they partnered for the Pacifica autonomous models, but other than that its plans seem pretty messed up.
The fabled Alfa Romeo return to better days is still looking really clouded – with new models pushed back – while the Chrysler brand … read more
Happy Memorial Day—or should we say, happy beach, BBQ, spending time away from the office day. While we have nothing but thanks to all our soldiers serving overseas, and to those who have lost their lives in the line of duty, there’s nothing better than spending the long weekend out on the road … read more
This might be the fastest Viper in the world. The Dodge Viper is already a fast car with an 8.4-liter 640 hp V10. However, this owner thought that wasn’t enough and added two turbochargers taking output to an insane 1,250 hp. And that’s on pump gas. If you put in high octane fuel, power is increased … read more
Yes, it’s another video from Bay Area Racing, but this one swaps out the 1/2 mile Shift Sector airstrip for what looks like an officially closed street, perfect for running 1/4 mile races. This showdown between a Mustang 5.0 with a bolt-on supercharger kit running on E85, and a Challenger Hellcat … read more
Yes, there is a movie that pits these two unlikely car-chase protagonists against each other. There are classic Hollywood movies with great chase scenes featuring sporty Detroit cars with big V8s, or just ordinary sedans, but why should these chases be limited to vehicles that can accelerate, corner, … read more
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has announced three separate recalls for various issues affecting its vehicles.
The first recall affects the 2013-2016 Fiat 500e with an estimated 16,549 cars in the U.S. According to the American automaker, it discovered after a routine check that certain vehicles are … read more
There are fast cars, and then there’s the Dodge Viper SRT. It’s a bit of a dinosaur, technically speaking—what with its 8.4-liter V10, and very minimal electronic interference. Next year is the end of the line for the revived supercar, but that doesn’t mean it’s still not out there trying … read more
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has detailed four separate recalls, ranging from a few dozen components to millions of defective airbag inflators.
The airbag campaign follows the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s broad order to recall all Takata inflators that use ammonium nitrate without a … read more