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Last week at the Carlisle Chrysler Nationals, Chrysler Motorsports CEO Ralph Gilles let his childish side show in front of a big crowd.
The 2015 Ford Mustang configurator is live and ready to kill the rest of your Friday work productivity.
Return of the Chevy Pony Car
In 2009 Chevrolet resurrected the Camaro nameplate. Using a mix of retro inspired style and futuristic design elements, the reborn Camaro commanded road presence and has become a sales success.
New details about how the 2015 Mustang will be packaged and what that equipment will cost just leaked.
Each planned unit for the 2014 model year Camaro Z/28 is spoken for.
The 2015 Dodge Challenger is getting a little bit of early and unintended exposure.
These are the announcements and debuts we're looking forward to most
The New York Auto Show kicks off Tuesday night with a series of pre-show events followed by the press days on Wednesday and Thursday.
There are certainly surprises coming, but even some of the already-announced debuts are exciting. Here’s what AutoGuide.com is looking forward to most next week.
It’s official: the 2015 Dodge Challenger and Charger will both bow next week in New York.
General Motors’ choice to stop manufacturing Holden vehicles in Australia could have some entertaining consequences for driving enthusiasts in the U.S.
Last year Chevrolet unveiled its brand-new Corvette. The Detroit icon’s gigantic V8 engine and pushrods are a Midwestern middle finger to the rest of the performance-car world. Now it’s Ford’s turn to drop a bomb on unsuspecting enthusiasts. The Blue Oval’s completely redesigned Mustang is cantering toward its fall on-sale date and a big debut on the global market.
Getting your hands on a copy of the “Shaker” edition Challenger Dodge debuted at least year’s SEMA Show will be tough.
Chief Engineer Al Oppenheiser discusses the future of GM muscle cars
Ford’s next pony car will be offered with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, but Camaro fans don’t need to worry. Chevrolet is committed to keeping its muscle car rooted in boisterous big-engine territory.
Chrysler released a taser image today of its Mopar ’14 vehicle, which will debut during this year’s SEMA Show.
Rallying for a Cause
Is it possible for gear heads to do something good with their obsession of all things automotive?
Fuel economy… who needs it? Luggage capacity, rear-seat legroom, creature comforts, they’re more overrated than all the bacon memes on Facebook put together and raised to the power of Justin Bieber. That’s one hell of a confusing math problem, but it’s true. Needless add-ons and frou-frou features waste more time and energy than a month-long filibuster in the U.S. Senate. Anyone up for reading the phonebook?