700 horsepower with a warranty.
Your choice of Roush, Procharger or Whipple superchargers.
The Dodge Demon doesn't strike us as a muscle car much in need of a performance makeover. After all, this 840-horsepower MoPar machine's voracious quest for straight-line speed means it trims weight by jettisoning everything from a front passenger seat and rear seat, to its stereo and all carpeting in the trunk. The folks at Hennessey apparently think that's not nearly extreme enough. So, the Texas-based tuning outfit has turned the Demon into a 1,035-horsepower beast that runs a quarter-mile in
An old-fashioned drive-in, with rock 'n' roll and roller skates, near an L.A. Supercharger.
Supercharged Predator and big, big brakes.
Ford Performance and Roush reveal blower at SEMA.
Multiple cars in the same area won't affect charge times.
Certain models will be electrified.
It's unclear how this would benefit Tesla owners.
California-based electric vehicle maker Tesla will double the deployment of its Superchargers this year as it unveils the lower-priced Model 3 sedan.
Here's a discarded Oldsmobile with a Roots-blown Buick V6, from the era of the marque's endgame.
The launch system can adjust fuel and timing on the fly.
The Air Grabber hood scoop first appeared on late 1960s Mopar products.
"What are you referring to, a children's toy?"
Don't forget to unplug when the alarm goes off.
Plug in, charge up, and then leave, please.
We expect the ZR1 to be the most powerful production vehicle ever from Chevrolet.
This may be how Model 3 owners will pay for Supercharger access.