Day: September 3, 2020

2021 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak costs over $140,000

Although the 2021 Dodge Challenger Super Stock is the most powerful and most expensive Challenger you can buy for the street, Dodge has an even more beastly, and more expensive, version that’s only for track and racing use. It’s the 2021 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak, shown last year, and it rings in at $143,485, not including destination fee or taxes.

That money could buy you a Super Stock and a basic Hellcat, and both of those could be driven to the local cruise-in. But the Drag Pak features a special supercharged 5.8-liter engine built for racing. While Dodge hasn’t given exact power numbers, we know the last Drag Pak from 2015 made a whopping 1,200 horsepower. The new Drag Pak of course also gets other drag racing equipment such as a manually-shiftable three-speed automatic, solid rear axle, roll cage,

Jeep Grand Wagoneer revealed as a high-end plug-in hybrid concept

After years of rumors, spy shots and speculation, Jeep has finally given us a clear look at the upcoming Wagoneer line. Our preview comes in the form of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer concept. That it’s a concept may sound discouraging at first, but make no mistake, when the production model starts rolling off the line next year, it will be very similar. Think of this as a Grand Wagoneer with some extra fancy concept garnish.

The Grand Wagoneer makes a strong first impression. It’s extremely boxy, a shape augmented by the square windows and bolt-upright pillars. It has bulging fenders that give it a wide stance. The thin, wide headlight and taillight arrays support the visual width. The strong shape is given a bit of softness and sophistication with FCA’s signature subtle curves and creases. We’re not entirely