Fiat Chrysler is showing new performance add-ons for the 2018 Dodge Durango R/T and SRT models at the Chicago Auto Show, including the familiar Dodge dual center stripes and a new Mopar exhaust system. The 475-horsepower SRT model, which is powered by a 6.4-liter Hemi V8, will also offer a lowering spring kit and a carbon-fiber instrument panel.
Watch the drag-strip launch at Lucas Oil Raceway.
There were a lot of cryptic codes and numbers. We break it all down for you.
Dodge claims this is the quickest production V8 ever built.
Here's a gallery with all of the new Demon photos.
It may be not be a new idea, but it's a first for a production car.
Yup, this Jeep is blown.
A new system is installed to help launch the Demon.
The launch system can adjust fuel and timing on the fly.
Also, trick computers help sort out wheel hop.
This prototype is dressed curiously.
Sorry, but the Viper is still dead.
High school students from across the country have taken a whack at the future of SRT Hellcat models as part of FCA's Drive For Design Contest.
The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving is switching its entire fleet over to Dodges and giving SRT owners lessons on how to get the most out of their high-performance vehicles.
News that the revived Barracuda will likely land in showrooms as a Dodge model has caused some ire among the Mopar faithful, but what ends up under the hood could be far more worrisome.
FCA is increasing production of its raucous, 707-horsepower Hellcat engine, right as fuel prices sit at some of the lowest levels of this decade.
Let's get one thing straight: We want a 707-hp Grand Cherokee Hellcat to happen. Badly. A report from Motor Authority has us hopeful, but building the super Jeep won't be as simple as some might think.