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Ford has announced a Roush-developed supercharger conversion kit for the latest V8 versions of the Mustang and F-150 truck, and the power war continues
Dodge's new 6.2-litre supercharged 'Hellcrate' has been revealed ahead of its debut at SEMA. Let the project cars commence...
The latest glossy car video from Pennzoil features the new Challenger SRT Demon tearing up the streets of Pittsburg
Want Jeep's Hellcat-engined SUV monster on your driveway? You'll need to pay nearly $86,000 for the privilege
We know that in a capitalist society everything has a value dictated by supply and demand, but sometimes, like with Dodge dealers' cunning new way to make more money out of Demon buyers, it leaves a bad taste
In light of the NHRA's stance that the stock Dodge Demon is too fast for its drag strips, Hennessey will let you use its own quarter-mile run at Lonestar Motorsports Park
This footage from a helmet-mounted action camera hides how fast the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon really is, but wait for the second or third run and the car's launch is incredible
Want a full-size SUV that can go down a quarter-mile in 12.9 seconds? You'll need over $60k
Fatter tyres and flared arches have been added to the Challenger Hellcat, resulting in a faster, meaner muscle car
Doug DeMuro takes his 1997 Viper GTS on the dyno to see how much power it still has after two decades, and the result might not be what you'd expect...
Examples of Dodge's monster 840bhp Challenger SRT Demon will be allocated to dealers that won't sell for above list price
After it was confirmed that badly-placed wiring could wear through to the core and short-circuit, Fiat Chrysler has had to recall nearly 300,000 Grand Caravans in North America
FCA has released the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon's MSRP and detailed all its options, available from $1
We've seen Vin Diesel in plenty of fast Dodges over the years as part of his action-packed life as Dominic Toretto in the Fast & Furious movies, but now he's actually advertising them almost in character