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2015 Challenger SRT Spied, Ferrari Future Detailed, 30th Anniversary M5 Revealed: Today’s Car News

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2015 Dodge Challenger SRT spy shots

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT spy shots

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The 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT was noticeably absent when the rest of the 2015 Challenger range made its debut at the 2014 New York Auto Show last month, but now a prototype has been spotted and it reveals plenty of new details. Dodge is thought to be working on more than one Challenger SRT variant this time around: the regular version spied today and a more extreme one nicknamed the Hellcat.

Ferrari’s future plans were detailed during yesterday’s Fiat Chrysler Automobiles five-year strategy presentation. Mentioned in the plans was confirmation Ferrari will stick with V-8 and V-12 engines for the foreseeable future, and that a new model will be launched every year.

BMW’s most powerful road car has been revealed in the form of a 30th anniversary M5 special edition. Only 300 will be built, and of these only 30 will make it to the U.S.

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines from around the High Gear Media network, right here at Motor Authority.

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Spy Shots

Ferrari To Launch New Model Every Year, Stick With V-8 And V-12 Engines

30th Anniversary BMW M5: Official Details On The 600-HP Super Sedan

2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon First Drive

2016 Mercedes-Benz MLC-Class Spy Shots

Want To Rent A Tesla Model S P85? It'll Cost You $900...A Day

New Wrangler, Grand Wagoneer Confirmed As Part Of Jeep’s Global Expansion

Speed Limiters May Be Mandated On 18-Wheelers, Could Cut Top Speed To 68 MPH

Chrysler To Go Mainstream, Launch New Compact And Plug-In Hybrids

Natural-Gas Powered 2015 Chevy Impala To Start At $38,210

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