A little bit of Joker lives inside even Batman, and the Dodge Challenger is the car to coax it out. Many pages throughout history have been slathered in writing depicting adventurers seeking youth and wisdom. Two of the most sought-after objects in the fiction section of your local book store are the … read more
If FCA were smart it would drop the Hellcat engine into every damn car it sells. In this day and age of slow muscle car sales and ambitious gas mileage goals, creating a car like Dodge Charger and Challenger Hellcats is about the dumbest thing you can do. Really, who needs a V8 muscle car pumping out … read more
While we all wait impatiently for official word on the Hellcat-powered Jeep Trackhawk, the folks at Mopar have teased us with yet another musclebound SUV — and it looks wicked.
Unveiled at SEMA 2016, the Dodge Durango Shaker concept combines the looks of the Charger SRT 392 with the shaker hood from … read more
Dodge’s 2016 Challenger 392 HEMI Scat Pack Shaker can be dubbed the poor man’s hot Dodge Hellcat. The difference? About $18,240. Well there’s also the horsepower deficit. The Hellcat 6.2L HEMI V8 puts out a blistering 707-hp and 650 lb/ft of torque while the Scat Pack Shaker’s 6.4L HEMI V8 has … read more
With 707 horsepower, a stock Dodge Challenger Hellcat should be more than enough to satisfy your need for tire-melting speed. But in case it won’t suffice, there’s this 1000-horsepower Challenger Hellcat, which you can buy for $155,000. This is not a car for the faint of heart. It has a black and … read more
All of Dodge‘s 2016 Chargers and Challengers can now Go Mango, the automaker announced today.
That’s not the name of a new dance move. Rather, it’s a heritage-inspired color that was heretofore only available on Charger and Challenger SRT models.
Dodge confirmed the expanded availability of the orange … read more
After an enthusiastic reception by Hellcat and SRT owners, Dodge decided to expand the Go Mango paint color option to the entire Charger and Challenger lineups. “We’ve seen a tremendous response from our customers after we announced the return of Go Mango at the 11th annual Spring Festival in California. … read more
Though most parts of the country never really felt the icy grasp of winter for more than a week at a time, there’s still cause for excitement as spring draws near. Especially for Mopar loyalists, many of whom were undoubtedly keeping a close eye on coverage from Spring Festival in Irvine this past … read more
The US automaker has decided to play the nostalgia card on this one as it has decided to rehash a classic high-visual impact paint by reintroducing the Go Mango shade, first offered on the 1970 Challenger.
The hue will be available to buyers of the 2016 Dodge Challenger and Charger SRT 392 and SRT Hellcat … read more
Order up a 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT or Charger SRT and Dodge will now paint it in another new shade inspired by the brand’s muscle car history.
The new Go Mango shade follows up on the Plum Crazy Purple (which has proven so popular that Dodge has had to build more than it expected), B5 Blue, and Sublime … read more