When Dodge revealed its Challenger SRT Hellcat earlier this year, the company said it would have “more than” 600 horsepower. Well, Dodge has dropped jaws everywhere with the news that its Challenger SRT Hellcat will have 707 horsepower on tap
. We think this photo is totally appropriate for the headline.
If you like your muscle cars with four doors, then we have some good news for you. The 2015 Dodge Charger SRT has been spotted
, and yes it will get the supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI Hellcat too. However, we’re not sure if it will deliver as much as 707 horsepower.
Mercedes-Benz’s new S63 AMG Coupe
is the perfect grand tourer for cruising along empty scenic roads. How do we know that? Because we just drove one along the beautiful roads of Tuscany.
Audi’s R8 supercar has received a few new options for the 2015 model year
to help keep it fresh until the arrival of an all-new 2016 model
. One of the options is a new performance package, although Audi is keeping details a secret still.
Ferrari’s latest one-off supercar is the SP America
. It’s destined for a customer in the U.S. and features a design inspired by the legendary 250 GTO.
We also saw the first photos of a prototype for the 2015 Chrysler 300
this week, which looks to be adopting a few visual updates for the exterior and inside the cabin. Sadly, we hear that the high-performance 300 SRT will no longer be available.
It may not look like much right now, but what you are viewing is the bare carbon fiber chassis of James Glickenhaus’ next supercar
. This time, rather than using a donor Ferrari chassis, Glickenhaus has decided to build his next car from scratch. It’s called the 003 and it’s the first car to be built entirely by his motorsport skunkworks Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus.
Saleen has been building high-performance custom Mustangs for decades now, and fans of the tuned muscle cars will be keen to know that the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang will receive the same treatment. This is the first image of Saleen’s first tuned 2015 Mustang, the S302
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