The classic American muscle car. 470 HP, intense handling and a lean, low profile make this the car for people who love cars.

Challenger GT AWD and Dart GLH Concept Cars Turn Heads

Mopar® rolled out a pair of show-stopping Dodge brand concept vehicles, featuring custom and concept Mopar parts. The Dodge Challenger GT AWD and the Dodge Dart GLH concept cars are rolling proof that Mopar can take any type of vehicle to the next level. 
 

Dodge Challenger GT AWD Concept 
 
Dodge Challenger GT AWD Concept 

Mopar gave Dodge fans a glimpse into the potential future of the muscle car in the Dodge Challenger GT AWD concept vehicle. That’s right, all-wheel drive. Get behind the wheel of this beast and you can drop the hammer…

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Challenger GT AWD and Dart GLH Concept Cars Turn Heads

Shake, Rattle and Roll – The history of the IQECAG (a.k.a. the Shaker hood)

If you’ll harken back to your middle school science class with me for a second, you’ll remember that in order to make fire, you need three ingredients: fuel, ignition and air – or, more specifically, oxygen. You’ll also remember that cold air is denser than hot air, putting more oxygen in the same amount of volume. While the modern internal combustion engine does a fine job of delivering fuel and ignition, that cold air part becomes tricky as you try to route fresh air from outside through a hot engine compartment. 
 

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Shake, Rattle and Roll – The history of the IQECAG (a.k.a. the Shaker hood)

All About the SRT® Hellcat, Part 4: Superchargers and HEMI® V8 engines; 1 + 1 = 3

As we marvel at the Dodge SRT® Hellcat HEMI® engine’s status as the world’s most potent regular production V8 offering*, we’re reminded that the history of the automobile has seen the appearance of a nearly countless multitude of engine configurations. Since the dawn of the worldwide auto industry, the liquid cooled, reciprocating, internal combustion engine has been rendered in more distinct configurations than there are breeds of cats, of which there are 39.  
 
Looking back over the past 115 years, car buyers have been offered piston engines with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12 and even…

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All About the SRT® Hellcat, Part 4: Superchargers and HEMI® V8 engines; 1 + 1 = 3