Top Viral News Stories of the Week: August 23 – 30, 2015 Staff
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Automotive enthusiasts worldwide are excited for the return of classic nameplates.

This past week, two of‘s most shared news stories on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ were reports of classic models making a comeback. The most viral news story confirmed that the Dodge Barracuda is finally coming back, as well as news that the next-generation Charger is in the works. The other popular story involved the Ford Ranger making a return to the U.S. market in 2018 while a detailed look at the Hyundai Vision G Coupe concept was also popular on social media.

Dodge Barracuda Finally Coming Back, Next-Gen Charger in the Works

A brand new Dodge Charger and Barracuda Convertible were recently shown off at a Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) dealer conference in Las Vegas.

Ford Ranger Slated for Return to US in 2018

The Ford Ranger is being resurrected for the U.S. market according to a recent report.

Hyundai Made a Sexy Car. What the Heck? Here’s How They Did It

Hyundai surprised the automotive world when it recently took the wraps off its unusually sexy Vision G Coupe Concept during the prestigious Monterey Car Week. A collective gasp and then some soul searching likely happened shortly afterwards, people surely contemplating what the world was coming to when the word “sexy” could legitimately be used to describe a Hyundai. Staff Staff

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  • Jonny_Vancouver Jonny_Vancouver on Aug 30, 2015

    I think if there's one thing we've learned in recent years, it's that American auto makers aren't very good are ressurecting classic cars. there's just no place for big V8's anymore and they seem unwilling to hybridize or even electrify the classics, which would be a good start getting ahead of the curve.