Discussion in 'Industry News and Dodge Press Releases.' started by KM580, Aug 21, 2015.
Drag strips don't have corners lol.
Haha touché. At least FCA came to their senses and are focusing on what the Challenger does well.
AWD might be handy...considering all those demonic ponies..
Every major car dealer needs a flagship sports car in their lineup in order to sell their basic models. Ford has the Mustang GT350, Cadillac has the CTS-V or ATS-v and Nissan has the GT-R. Therefore, dodge only needs one SUV and car, which will be Demon Challenger and Jeep Grand Cherokee (w/Demon Engine).
Has anyone seen the Alfa Romeo Giulia (that's the car that Fiat/Chrysler is supposedly underpinning just about all their cars in the next 5 years including the Challenger and Charger)? 505 hp twin v6. . . doesn't sound so bad. I wouldn't mind a lighter twin turbo v6 Charger in the next 5 years.
Absolutely fantastic looking. The sound that thing makes (in Quadrifagglio guise)is the perfect example of how amazing a V6 can sound. It has a really bizarre B pillar location that I haven't seen before. I really hope Alfa can succeed but they have a huge hill to climb, it would be a shame for such an incredibly designed and manufactured vehicle to fail. If so had the money I would drive the SHIT out the Quadrifagglio.
So we could have a Alpha v6 or a Camaro ZL1 v8 for 10 grand less...for me,easy choice.. Camaro wins every contest..
Well to be fair the two aren't really comparable. The Giulia Quadrifagglio is a mid size luxury sedan while the Camaro is a coupe. I can't imagine many people cross shopping the two haha.
Tru DAT ...guess I'm saying I will always want an 8....and Alpha has one that could be used..
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