We’re pivoting from the drag strip to the mountains. Thanks to the good people of TFLoffroad and ON X OFFROAD. They recently put the Ram TRX, Ford Bronco, and Can-Am Maverick to the ultimate off-road test through the Argentine Pass of the Rocky Mountains. We also love the friendly competition of the drivers and banter that comes along with who’s driving the coolest off-road vehicle. Check out the video below and watch these guys take their rides 13,000 ft. above sea level to battle it out for whose car handles the terrain the best. Enjoy.
The first-generation Dodge Viper hit the scene in 1991, and gained immediate traction. And now, designer Marouane Bembli – a.k.a “The Sketch Monkey” – has decided to “bring back the underdog” and update the 2001 Dodge Viper GTS for the modern era. Check out the video below and watch the sketch process from start to finish. Enjoy.
Muscle car lovers (and all car lovers, for that matter) are always trying to take their ride to the next level. Florida-based Ford tuning specialist Steeda has revealed a new device to do just that, without adding power. Enter, the new MagneRide Controller built specifically for the Ford Mustang. The device can recalibrate the suspension in order to make the car faster. Also, not only does it make the car quicker, it makes the suspension more comfortable on the highway and stiffer on the road. Check it out, right here.
The first time we saw this ride was at the 2018 SEMA Show. And now, SpeedKore Performance Group’s Demon-powered, carbon fiber-bodied 1970 Dodge Charger has rolled into Jay Leno’s Garage for a visit. The car, known as the Evolution may look like a ’70 Charger but was actually built on a custom frame. Under the hood is the familiar 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 from the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. When all of SpeedKore’s modifications are said and done, the engine produces 966 horsepower (that’s up from the stock 840-hp.)
Check out the episode below to hear SpeedKore boss Dave Salvaggio explain the build in full detail. Enjoy.
Gabriel Iglesias rolls into the garage in a beautiful cherry red 1969 Chevelle SS to tell Jay how he came to purchase it. Spoiler alert: he went to Barrett-Jackson to sell cars but ended up buying this beaut. Check out the episode below and listen to them talk about this absolute classic, and how it still rides as smooth as ever. Enjoy.