Not many make it past the drawing board, but every once in a while automakers produce the odd working prototype of concept cars.
The Dodge Viper is crude, rude, loud, unsophisticated, unsafe, inconvenient, impractical, ridiculous, and I have to say one of the most enjoyable vehicles I have ever driven. With today’s technological brand of super-car, it is not often that one gets to drive their own vehicle without the intervention of a computer. Where the only thing standing between you and the road is your foot, brain, and 600 horsepower, 560 lb-ft of torque. Continue reading 2009 Dodge Viper SRT-10 Review
The Dodge Charger has lived a fairytale of success and failure since its introduction in 1966. It went from a rather modest first generation family cruiser, to a stylish and meaty second generation (1968-1970) coupe that would become one of the most highly sought after, recognized, and legendary muscle cars of all time (Dukes of Hazard, Bullitt, etc). Continue reading 2009 Dodge Charger R/T Review