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Test Drives2021 Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye: Old-school Power and Fun4.0/5
Dodge’s parent company Stellantis made one thing pretty clear recently: the Hellcat’s days are numbered. With increasingly strict emission regulations, big and ultra-powerful V8 engines that burn fuel like there’s no tomorrow have no future. For now, however, Dodge is making the most of its fire-breathing, supercharged 6.2-litre V8, the …
Special EventsStellantis CEO Sheds Light on Automaker’s EV Plans
Earlier this month, Stellantis (born from the merger between FCA and PSA) held an EV Day to outline its electrification strategy for the coming years. Thanks to investments of more than €30 billion ($45 billion) through 2025, four EV-centric platforms, three electric drive modules, five “gigafactories” in Europe and North …
Test Drives2021 Dodge Durango: A Dinosaur We Adore3.5/5
With the Journey gone, the Durango is now Dodge’s last remaining SUV—at a time when most companies choose to offer fewer cars and more SUVs. Ironic, eh? The popular Grand Caravan is a Chrysler now, too, leaving only the Charger / Challenger duo to share the spotlight with the Durango.
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