In Brazos Valley, Texas, our own Ralph Gilles struck terror in the hearts of every wannabe racer within earshot when he took the limited edition Dodge Viper ACR-X and all 640 of its horses thundering around the Texas World Speedway. Purportedly prepping the beast for its limited production run, Gilles enthusiastically spoke to local reporters about the test laps, generating some excitement (on our ends, too) for the ACR-Xs impending launch.
Not all of us are lucky enough to own a track-spec Viper. So, while our hearts (and our right feet) may pine for a screaming V10 pumping out enough horsepower to peel the skin off our faces, our rational minds know better. As much as we may wish it otherwise, a high-res screensaver is the closest we’re likely to come to experiencing the track-pounding fury of the Dodge Viper ACR-X, which…Read More
Thanks to its utilitarian, easy-to-clean interior and general CUV capabilities, the 2010 Dodge Journey may now add another distinction to its list of accolades: man’s best ride for man’s best friend. During the Pet Safe Choice Awards at the 2010 Chicago Auto Show this year, both the Dodge Journey and the 2010 Chrysler Town and Country were bequeathed the Bark Buckle UP 2010 Pet Safe Choice Award for pet-friendly vehicles.
“Most people dont…Read More