Dodge Durango SRT, New Hyundai Elantra GT and the Refreshed Toyota Tundra: Weekly News Roundup Video


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Welcome to’s weekly news roundup, where you’ll get a quick rundown of the week’s biggest automotive news stories. 

The 2017 Chicago Auto Show began this week, and with it, a bunch of really significant new car debuts like the 2018 Dodge Durango SRT, the Hyundai Elantra GT and Ford Expedition.

Watch this week’s news roundup video above.

Some of the headlines featured in this week’s roundup include:

Watch the New 2018 Dodge Durango SRT Do a Burnout

New 2018 Ford Expedition Revealed Weighing 300 LBS Less

2018 Toyota Tundra Gets Sporty New Trim, Added Safety

New 2018 Hyundai Elantra GT Gains European Flair and Sport Model

Dodge Demon Will Have the Biggest Hood Scoop You’ve Ever Seen

  • Jonny_Vancouver

    The rest of the world moves forward with smaller engines and turbo’s, or hybrid/electric cars and Dodge moves backwards. I’ve always had a soft spot for the Challenger and I like what they’re doing with the AWD, but why not make it smaller too? it’s getting a smaller chassis, why not make it an easier car to live with while they’re at it? Anyways, a big wasteful V8 in a Durango and it’s still slower than a Tesla for the same price, not to mention the cost of fuel, cause who doesn’t like to throw money away? A giant hood scoop on the Demon? seriously? at least call the car something more creative such as; Akuma, Shaytan, Daímonas, Iblis, Rewera … they all mean Demon, might as well have just called it: Car. All this teasing for this car, I gotta draw the line at the hood scoop, nothing says you have a small penis like owning a car with an obnoxiously large, internal combustion engine and an equally obnoxiously large hood scoop. And it’s not some great feat of engineering either. It’s simple physics. The Dodge board room: Full of middle aged white guys and one token female (who’s also eye candy) one agenda item written on the white board: “How can we insult the general public’s intelligence today?” and the solution written underneath: “Put a V8 in it! and charge an unreasonable amount of money for it!”