The fastest street-legal Viper yet is powered by a hand-built 645hp 8-liter V10, rocking a massive rear wing, race suspension, and carbon ceramic brakes. This beast is sure to eat pavement like nobody’s business.
Legacy Classic Trucks take old Dodge Power Wagons and pump them up to create this monster. They come with a 16,500 lb. winch and modern amenities. Available in two and four door variants.
The Viper returns with a vengeance, blasting out 640hp and 600 lb/ft of torque from its 8.4L V10. For a naturally-aspirated engine, its power-to-weight ratio is impressive. Oh, and it looks bad-ass.
A showcase of three Mopar upgrade kits. Stage 1 adds carbon fiber parts and 20″ wheels, Stage 2 adds exhaust, suspension and brake parts and Stage 3 adds a non-street-legal 590hp Hemi V8.
Packing Dodge’s agressive styling in a compact, the new Dart has a digital instrument cluster, and tons of options, like a 2.4L 184hp Tigershark engine, leather interior, and 18-inch alloy rims.
The 2012 Dodge Charger SRT8 is all about the engine – a new 6.4 L HEMI V8 with 465 hp and 465 lb/ft of torque; other delights include a new front fascia, 4″ dual exhaust and Harmon Kardon stereo.
The first with the “Charger” name, it was used as a show car in 1964. Now restored, it has a 600+ bhp Hemi V8 engine and automatic transmission. The bad-ass look has been there since the beginning.
The 392 HEMI V-8 in the 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 pumps out a supremely beefy 470 hp and 470 lb/ft of torque, in addition to having highly damped shocks, 20″ rims and a throatier exhaust.
The scalloped hood on the scowling 2011 Dodge Charger is an ode to the ’60’s models; today’s options include a 3.6L Pentastar V-6 or 5.7L Hemi V-8, blind-spot monitoring and rearview camera.