ok guy's and girls , you've all seen it .what do you think? personally , i think its a great looking car .
can't wait to see the convertible . do i love my challenger any less , no way. the mustang has a 350z
roofline and a coke bottle body, but still does not have the attitude and character my challenger has.
ford has a ways to go to win my heart.
2013 RT Plus 6 speed
hemi orange blk war paint
mb quart speaker f&r
pioneers in dash
audiopipe dual 12 subs
and mb quart amps
Personally, I'm a little disappointed. With all the pre-release hype, I was expecting a major redesign. It doesn't look all that different from the 2014 to me excepting the small changes you'd expect from the next model year. Some of the concept renditions looked better to me.
But it's best improvements are 200 lb weight loss, and getting rid of solid axle. I like the shape of 11 and up. If they would have used these tail lights on the previous body....................anyway, the VOTS site shows my challenger in final inspection. Glad I'm getting another Hemi
2013 "Blacktop" RT-6 SPD - Clear Black- STP- Radar Red Interior- 27J --SOLD
2014 SRT8- 6 SPD - Clear Black - Radar Red Interior - No Mods--YET
Well with no solid axle now they too can have wheel hop!
In some ways I like it better such as the back window bit the front is just wrong and they still cant get the back bumper line right. I do hope they do a SVO version of the 4 cyl. turbo like the mid eightys.
All in all I think it just helped the Challengers case.
On a more somber note it kinda sucks for ford that they released it today, up untill @ 5pm they had the daily news spotlight....... RIP Nelson Mondela.
We don't know the performance of either car right now. I bet the new 5.0 will get another 25 hp tops. It's 200 lbs lighter. I'm guessing 0.2-0.3 sec quicker to 60 mph. I'm guessing the hellcat will weigh the same, and get 130 hp bump. I'm thinking 0.4-0.6 sec quicker to 60. My monies on the hellcat. I bet it will sell for $58-$63 K
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