Automotive enthusiasts worldwide are excited for the return of classic nameplates.
This past week, two of AutoGuide.com‘s most shared news stories on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ were reports of classic models making a comeback. The most viral news story confirmed that the Dodge Barracuda is finally coming back, as well as news that the next-generation Charger is in the works. The other popular story involved the Ford Ranger making a return to the U.S. market in 2018 while a detailed look at the Hyundai Vision G Coupe concept was also popular on social media.
Dodge Barracuda Finally Coming Back, Next-Gen Charger in the Works
A brand new Dodge Charger and Barracuda Convertible were recently shown off at a Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) dealer conference in Las Vegas.
Ford Ranger Slated for Return to US in 2018
The Ford Ranger is being resurrected for the U.S. market according to a recent report.
Hyundai Made a Sexy Car. What the Heck? Here’s How They Did It
Hyundai surprised the automotive world when it recently took the wraps off its unusually sexy Vision G Coupe Concept during the prestigious Monterey Car Week. A collective gasp and then some soul searching likely happened shortly afterwards, people surely contemplating what the world was coming to when the word “sexy” could legitimately be used to describe a Hyundai.