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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. Continue Reading...
Is Chrysler’s SRT performance division planning a second all-new car? Brand CEO Ralph Gilles won’t say, but fans are asking for a compact performance car he reveals. Continue Reading...
SRT CEO Ralph Gilles has shared a video of his SRT Viper taking a lap on Michigan’s Grattan Raceway. Continue Reading...
Rumors that Dodge has been earmarked for the slaughterhouse are false according to SRT CEO Ralph Gilles. Continue Reading...
Now that Chevrolet has introduced its new 2014 Camaro Z/28, SRT and Dodge are looking to rise to the challenge with a more powerful, lighter Challenger SRT8 model. Continue Reading...
SRT’s only product – the Viper – is getting a middle-of-the-road value bundle meant to improve performance. Continue Reading...
The 2014 Jeep Cherokee debuted online to much controversy, because of its uncharacteristic styling. Continue Reading...
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the 2013 SRT Viper is almost certain to be offered as a convertible. Despite that, SRT brand boss Ralph Gilles is still playing coy. Continue Reading...
Ralph Gilles is probably known better for his hand in the 2013 SRT Viper, but when he isn’t overseeing the SRT brand, he’s also Chrysler’s chief designer. Continue Reading...
He still isn’t the “director of excitement,” but SRT CEO Ralph Gilles has a pretty cool job. Continue Reading...
Ah, the Twitter-verse where impulsive statements become immortal. As Donald Trump continues his anti-Obama campaign, the Donald is accusing Chrysler that it will outsource Jeep manufacturing to China. Continue Reading...
Chief Chrysler designer and boss of the newly minted SRT performance brand stirred the social media pot last night, polling the twitterverse on reaction to a diesel-powered high-performance Chrysler product. Continue Reading...
Now that SRT has announced pricing on its all-new 2013 Viper, we can enjoy more of an inside look at the next great American sports car. Continue Reading...
Diesel is quickly becoming a new option for car makers looking to have powerful, yet fuel friendly engines. Mercedes and BMW’s AMG and M, in house tuning divisions have announced future diesel vehicles catered for performance driving, and it looks like the SRT brand will be offering its own in the future. Continue Reading...
Love it or hate it, the 2013 SRT Viper is enough to turn heads, make necks crane and fire up cell phone cameras in a flash — something nobody knows better than SRT CEO Ralph Gilles. Continue Reading...
Under the hood is a 8.4-liter V10, but it’s gained new high strength forged pistons, lightweight composite intake manifold, aluminum flywheel and changes the exhaust. Continue Reading...
Sunday night’s profile on the Chrysler turnaround and on Chrysler/Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne may have seemed a bit light on actual content, but perhaps you weren’t looking closely enough. Don’t worry, the folks at Allpar.com were. A part of the piece involved an interview with Ralph Gilles, the man in charge of Chrysler design and… Continue Reading...
Ford and General Motors could have an all-too-familiar rival in the V8 Supercar series and despite some rumors, it won’t be from German or Japan. Hailing from the other side of the world, where they’re cross-town rivals, Chrysler is tipped as the latest possibly entry into the touring car championship. Top Chrysler designer and CEO… Continue Reading...
Today’s total nonsense rumor comes from Chrysler fansite Allpar, which is reporting that the 2013 Dodge Viper will get an 8.7L V10 and doesn’t cite any source, anonymous or otherwise. While Chrysler boss Ralph Gilles has said that the Viper will retain a V10 engine, we have a hard time believing that an 8.7L motor… Continue Reading...
Timed for just 50 minutes, the actual event required each team to make a pit stop and change drivers halfway through, making for some very exciting racing. Continue Reading...
Like the Grand Cherokee SRT8, if and when a hot rod version of the Durango does surface, expect it follow in the same vein, being all-wheel drive only and powered by a 392 ci (6.4-liter) Hemi V8, generating around 470 horsepower, along with a height adjustable suspension and monster Brembo brakes. Continue Reading...
Gilles, driving in his fourth Targa event, finished second place in the Modern Category, driving a Dodge Viper SRT-10; Dr. Rob Pacione, a veteran Targa Competitor, who drove a modified Challenger SRT 392 during the event, finished first in the Open Class. Continue Reading...
The primary object for the team this year, besides competing, is to raise money for individuals and families affected by Autism, with proceeds to be donated to the Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador. Continue Reading...