Best Muscle Cars
By Dave Ashton
The year 2020 may not have seen a deluge of muscle cars hitting the market, but at least the top players have some vehicles in the pipeline to look forward to.
More Dodge Chargers and Challengers
Even though the Dodge Challenger has been with us since 2008 and the Dodge Charger birthed in 2011, the template still stands up. There are no specifics about what will be released apart but there will be three new variants in the lineup. Fiat Chrysler automobiles are clearly serious about the ongoing future of the vehicles as they are investing $1.2 billion and creating 2000 new jobs, with the Brampton Assembly plant being the center for the Challenger and Charger operations.
Loving the mid-engined Corvette
The C8 Corvette certainly raised eyebrows when it was announced in the mid-engine format. Although the design still looks ‘Vette-like in appearance, the mid-engined layout is there to take on the supercar fraternity at much more affordable price points.
We can throw specifications at you all day long, but it’s how the car drives and feels in the real world that counts. The rather meticulous guys over at businessinsider.com have put the C8 Vette through its paces and to see what the vehicle is like and to live with on a daily basis.
Without giving away the final outcome as it’s best to read the full article, the results will depend on your own back history. For those who are fans of the original ‘Vettes up until the C7, the C8 is clearly a fine piece of craftsmanship but will take some getting used to. For those eyeing up this machine as an alternative to the general run-of-the-mill sports car or even supercar, the C8 is value for money and has the performance to boot.
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