I spy, with my little eye ... the future of the automotive world here in the United States. That pretty much sums up this week's Sunday Drive, in which we pull out the most popular stories on Autoblog of the previous week and try to draw some sort of conclusion as to what binds them all together. This week, it's spy shots, starting with one of the biggest and baddest muscle cars the world has ever seen: the Dodge Challenger Hellcat.
Dodge Challenger Srt Hellcat
Dodge recently teased an updated 2019 Challenger SRT Hellcat sports coupe complete with an all-new hood with dual scoops. It didn't reveal anything else about the vehicle, saying more details were coming. And now we have more details, but not in the way Dodge probably wanted. We can now see the updated Hellcat with the new hood.
It's perfect for last-minute shoppers.
It seems odd when even the Hellcat has a wide-body version.
Consider not driving your Hellcat for a while.
The exposed weave looks good.
Dodge is taking orders in July.
More powerful Hellcat, or AWD Hellcat?
There were a lot of cryptic codes and numbers. We break it all down for you.
Losing weight doesn't bedevil Dodge.
Run, don't walk, to your nearest tattoo parlor.
Prototypes' tires hint towards an upcoming wide-body model.
Wheel thieves hit a Dodge dealer leaving 14 beached, high-performance Chargers and Challengers in their wake.
It takes more than a lead foot and some steel studs to keep a 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat pointed the right way on the ice at 170 mph.
The 2016 Dodge Charger and Challenger can't hide when buyers spec them in newly available Go Mango orange exteriors. The bright shade looks fantastic on the muscle cars.
Help us, Hellcat – you're our only hope. Ahead of the premier of The Force Awakens, Dodge is touring LA in these Star Wars-themed muscle cars. And you can track their movements in real time via social media.
With Jay Leno's Garage coming to CNBC, the denim-clad comedian and Tim Allen reminisce about doing burnout battles on The Tonight Show in the '90s. Then, they decide to try it again in some modern muscle cars.