A cropped view of the 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T seen below. Photography by author. Spring has arrived, it’s warm and sunny and hopefully soon there will be leaves in the trees. You’ve likely already dug out your weekend cruiser from its winter slumber and prepared it for the road. Possibly you’ve even driven it a […]
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Wheel thieves hit a Dodge dealer leaving 14 beached, high-performance Chargers and Challengers in their wake. Continue reading Thieves relieve Detroit-area Dodge dealer of $70,000 in SRT wheels Thieves relieve Detroit-area Dodge dealer of $70,000 in SRT wheels originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 26 Apr 2016 07:30:00 EST. Show More Summary
This month’s story on a one-of-149 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T convertible four-speed looked strangely familiar to a couple of Hemmings Muscle Machines staffers. In the June issue (#153) of Hemmings Muscle Machines, you’ll read the story of a remarkable ’70 Dodge Challenger R/T four-speed convertible. It’s appeared in print one other time: more than 20 years ago, […]
Frankly, it's incredible how many high-horsepower vehicles are available in showrooms today. From the Mercedes-AMG S63 with 577 horsepower, to the Dodge Challenger Hellcat packing 707 horsepower, there's no shortage of cars flaunting jaw-dropping outputs. Show More Summary
A dealership in South Dakota, of all places, is giving you a chance to feel the wind in your face while tapping all 707 horsepower of the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat's 6.4-liter V-8 engine. Dodge doesn't actually offer a factory Challenger convertible, but the one for sale at Iverson Dodge in Mitchell, South Dakota, was modified by Droptop...
will we see the dodge challenger here to do battle with the ford mustang and the ‘deeply rumoured, highly likely’ holden camaro? the answer to that question moved a little closer to the affirmative today when fca director of product strategy zac loo was invited to reflect on the success of the mustang for ford australia. Show More Summary
Current and former employees of Lehman Brothers came away disappointed again in their legal battle that first began when the recession started back in 2008. According to the Second Circuit, application of Amgen Inc. v Harris means that the plaintiffs failed to prove that an SEC ban on short selling......
It takes more than a lead foot and some steel studs to keep a 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat pointed the right way on the ice at 170 mph. Continue reading It ain't easy keeping a Hellcat steady at 170 mph on ice It ain't easy keeping a Hellcat steady at 170 mph on ice originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 28 Mar 2016 10:50:00 EST. Show More Summary
Cross-posted from UN Women, as part of a new editorial series that provides a glimpse into the daily work and challenges UN Women staff face in the field. Head of Office for UN Women in Yemen Dina Zorba. Photo: UN Women Dina Zorba is Head of Office for UN Women in Yemen, a country which has seen much conflict since March of 2015. Show More Summary
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 Go Mango color this morning at the 2016 New...
The Dodge Challenger isn’t a stranger to setting record times. It’s also been prominently featured in drag races, drift runs, and the occasional movie appearances. Clearly, there’s very little that Dodge’s resident muscle car has yet to accomplish. Show More Summary
Driving a 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat on pavement is thrilling in its own right. Add ice to the mix and things start to get really interesting. But what about hitting triple-digit speeds on ice? Say, 171 mph, for what's believed to be the world record for a Dodge Challenger on such a slippery surface. That's what Alex Danielsson...
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The 2016 Dodge Challenger and Charger SRT are available in new metallic orange paint treatment called Go Mango. According to Edmunds, Dodge dealers are officially taking orders for the new Go Mango paint treatment at no additional cost. Show More Summary
“Go Mango” is a new color for the 2016 Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger. It made its first appearance on the 1970 Challenger, and looks pretty badass on the new cars too. Read more...
The 2016 Dodge Charger and Challenger can't hide when buyers spec them in newly available Go Mango orange exteriors. The bright shade looks fantastic on the muscle cars. Continue reading 2016 Dodge Charger and Challenger SRTs look juicy...Show More Summary
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 Green shades the automaker has offered in...
When it revised the Charger and Challenger in 2014, Dodge reintroduced modernized versions of its iconic, high-impact B5 Blue and Sublime Green exterior colors. The high-impact palette was again updated in 2015 to include the popular Plum Crazy, but the flashy hue was only available between September and December. Show More Summary
The paint — erm, act could be wearing thin. In its latest nod to the heady and far-out past, Dodge will let you have your Challenger or Charger SRT 392 or Hellcat in its newest resurrected color, “Go Mango.” Joining other blast-from-the-past(els)...Show More Summary