TFLcar.com reported Tuesday that the Dodge Viper will take its final bow for the 2017 model year after 25 years in production.
Roman Mica got a chance to talk with Ryan Kim, Dodge Viper brand manager, about the four special 25th anniversary editions that will mark the end of the line.
The 2017 Dodge Viper will be the last snake to roll off the assembly line after 25 years of production.
Dodge today announced the end of the line for the Viper at the end of 2017. To make the goodbye a little less sad, Dodge also announced five new limited-production models that
Every Wednesday evening during the spring and summer local drag strip Bandimere Speedway is available for the public to bring their rides and see what kind of quarter mile times they can achieve. We recently took a 1999 Porsche 996 and a 2016 Volkswagen GTI to see how they compared, and
How safe is you new muscle car? Are all of them created equal as far as crash worthiness is concerned? Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) conducted a thorough battery of crash tests to get to the bottom of this.
They selected a 2016 Chevy Camaro, 2016 Dodge Challenger, and a
The 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is a 707 HP monster muscle car that's great at smokin' the rear tires. But what is it like as a daily driver and how does it perform on a race track? In Episode 3 of TFL Leaderboard Hot or Not review, Roman
TFLcar recently went prototype hunting in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and caught several interesting cars performing high altitude testing, including a Dodge Charger Hellcat. The question that crossed our minds: is this an all-wheel-drive 2018 Dodge Charger Hellcat prototype?
The Charger Hellcat model is known for delivering obnoxious amounts of
This time on Hellcat VS we get to see how the 707 horsepower Challenger performs against England's most awarded sports coupe. While these two cars share a very similar formula, such as their supercharged V8 engines and the angry looking cat badges that sit on both cars, there is also
American muscle cars not only look good, they also sound the best. And aural excitement doesn't come much better than from a pair of supercharged V8 pushrod engines. Both the Camaro ZL1 and Challenger Hellcat are equipped with supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engines, but which car sounds the best?
Watch and listen