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SRT Taking 2012 Lineup On Nationwide Tour

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2012 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee

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To emphasize its new standalone performance brand SRT, Chrysler is hosting its second annual SRT Tour, which will see a lineup of vehicles developed by the Street and Racing Technology division travel to 30 locations across the country over the next three months.

The models taken on tour will be the 2012 lineup, which means the latest 2013 SRT Viper will be absent.

Nevertheless, there will still be plenty of horsepower on show, with the Chrysler 300 SRT8, Dodge Challenger SRT8 392, Dodge Charger SRT8 and Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 all guaranteed to wow audiences.

In addition to the cars, four full-time drivers will travel from city to city and be on-hand to answer questions about each of the SRT vehicles, and fans will even be offered ride-and-drive opportunities at some locations. A large display trailer filled with giveaway items and portable video screens will be towed by the Grand Cherokee SRT8 and set up at each stop along the way as well.

An interactive map on SRT’s homepage will be updated regularly with information on the dates and locations of the program, so check in regularly to see if your hometown is on the list.

The SRT Tour kicks off on July 6 at the Carlisle Chrysler Nationals event in Carlisle, PA, and will end in late September at the Viper Owner Invitational in Charlotte, NC.

Confirmed locations for the month of July are listed below:

6-8: Chryslers of Carlisle, Carlisle, PA
13-15: NASA Track Day at Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, PA
17: Wauseon Super Cruise, Wauseon, Ohio
20-21: LX and Beyond, Salem, Ohio
22: Rock and Roll Marathon, Chicago
28: Mopars at the Red Barns, Hickory Corners, Mich.
29: Concours of America, Plymouth, Mich.

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  1. SRT are proving to be a formidable force. GM and Ford don't really have an answer.
     
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