Meet the 1959 Chevrolet Viking 60 – completely maintained, restored and modified. Purchased back in the ’60s by the city of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, this truck was likely preserved for use in parades. Check out some specs on this oldie but goodie:
NBC recently aired a 60-second video produced by Cadillac, showing us nighttime driving footage of a 2022 CT4-V Blackwing and a CT5-V Blackwing racing around the track. Both are nods to the V-Series Blackwings’ conveyed through 1950s footage of the Cadillac racing at LeMans projected along the track and on the cars. The end of the video shows the full reveal. Check it out, right here. Enjoy.
The modifications tuning shops are doing to the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C8 coupe are endless. You have teams supercharging the car, lowering it, and upgrading the exhaust. Most of the changes to the exhaust are aimed at making the car louder and extracting more power from the 6.2-liter V8 engine. But this one is new. What you see here is a center-exit exhaust on a C8 thanks to Aerolarri, and it’s made from a single piece of stainless steel. Pricing starts at $2,988 with some other upgrades available. Check it out, right here.
We’re kicking off the week with a walkaround of a stock 2020 GT500 and a modified 2020 Hellcat Widebody, thanks to Sinister Life on YouTube. Check out the video below to learn more about this fire engine red duo. FYI- there’s a few races mixed in that you won’t want to miss. Enjoy.
The MotorTrend original Series Fastest Cars in the Dirty South is back for a new season, and to say we’re excited is an understatement. The season 2 premiere is all about grudge racing some all-American classics, and these guys aren’t messing around. Check out the video below for a sneak peak, but head to MotorTrend.com/freetrial to stream the entire episode. Enjoy.