Trucks and SUVs dominate America’s roads, but there’s still room for a little fun.
Ford, Chevrolet and Dodge all have two-door sports cars left in their line-ups for die-hard fans, with new vehicles coming in the new year.
There are three standouts among them and they are all very different.
Here’s what’s in store for speed:
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ford mustang dark horse
The Mustang lineup has been refreshed and includes the most powerful version of Ford’s iconic 5.0-liter V8 ever offered. The Mustang GT is rated at his 486 hp, but the new top-of-the-line Mustang Dirk his horse is available with at least a 500 hp version and a slew of performance updates to his destined to be a sire on the track. It has been.
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Chevrolet Corvette “Elay”
The mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and Z06 welcome a third model unlike any Corvette that came before it. Called the E-Ray, it will be a hybrid version with all-wheel drive. Full details haven’t been released, but a prototype of the car was shown driving in the snow, and an early leak on Chevrolet’s website revealed it wasn’t camouflaged.
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mystery dodge muscle car
Production of the current Dodge Challenger will end in 2023, and muscle cars are on the rise. The automaker has already unveiled several special edition ‘Last Call’ models, with a final model in development. Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis said it would be a “history-making” car but was struggling to make it. It was postponed because the engine was so powerful that it exploded during testing.
“It’s not that easy. We run these things at full throttle for hours on end 24/7. These tests are just brutal. So far we’ve had seven engines with grenades, and I think so, we figured it out,” Kuniskis said.