Dodge has a big announcement planned for this week. Conveniently, the reveal is planned for Thursday, July 2nd to kick off the start of Fourth of July weekend. The automaker has big plans to debut its 2021 lineup that will add up to a whopping 8,950 horsepower. Check out the teaser video, released this morning, and listen to the supercharged Hemi V8 rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Enjoy, and make sure to catch the reveal this Thursday at noon on Dodge.com.
GM recently released a teaser video for its pure-electric Cadillac Lyriq Crossover. Cadillac has been tapped to lead GM’s charge toward the inevitable EV future. With the teaser video also came the announcement of the official unveiling date: August 6th. It was orginally planned to be revealed back in April, but was postponed like many other events over the recent months.
The video shows us a glimpse of Cadillac technologies: an electric starter, a night-vision display, and the Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving system. Check out the teaser, right here. More to come after the full unveiling. Enjoy.
If you’re like us, you love a good drag race, and a drag race on sand is no exception. In this Roadkill clip, a 1974 Chevrolet Muscle Truck has been transformed into a dual-sport ride fit for the dunes. Its opponent? A 1969 Volkswagen Baja Bug. See who comes out on top, right here.
The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 with 480-horsepower and a legendary nameplate is sure to do big things for the Blue Oval. We know that it’ll be a limited edition model, but Ford seems to still be keeping under wraps just how many examples will be built. Mustang marketing manager Jim Owners told Muscle Car and Trucks that: “on limited editions, we don’t announce the actual numbers that we’re going with. We do say it’s ‘limited’, it will be a good seller, but it’s going to be a limited edition.. it’s going to have a unique chassis badge and that’s kind of how we do it. We don’t really announce the numbers up front.” Well, OK, we can accept that. More to come!
We’re all aware of the electric car takeover now – and whether you’re for or against, it may be coming to your muscle car. Meet Mitch Medford, a man determined to redefine what we consider vintage performance. He’s already made a stir in the car community with his all-electric ’68 Mustang and we’re getting the feeling he’s about to be doing a whole lot more. Check him out, right here: