Oh, I get what our betters what to do, but this country is too big to make autonomous vehicles work. They will never work in the semi-rural area I live in. Autonomous vehicles might have some use in a big city environment, but shared vehicles in an urban setting will have a cleanliness level worse than a campground outhouse.
Actually it is not the only car that matters. We have a number of great performance cars today that matter.
The Hellcat is living on media and marketing. The others really don’t market their cars much anymore in a decking market segment. Tbe Hellcat was marketed through the toon.
But the Hellcat also is a marketing car as it is all HP but not much else. Dodge had an old car and needed to get attention so they revived an old engine program they had earlier closed. This revised the old Platform and gave it life. I must add it was very good marketing.
Truth said the car could be just as fast with less power as it just can’t app,y it all to the ground. The Demon was interesting as they tried to make a car that could put the power down but once converted it was not of a street car. In the future one with a full kit will be the more valuable.
Not to be a downer but we are in the last years of cars like these and people are just not buying them as they once did. Part generational, part cost and part lack of love for limited use cars today.
I expect EV replacements but we will never see cars like this again.
When people complain about no back seat room or vision in a performance car you know the market is flat and the numbers do confirm that on all. Once sold in the high six figures they no longer reach 100k.
Actually, the Challenger defies conventional logic by selling more as it ages, AND prior to the Hellcat introduction. It really doesn't fall off until 2019, and we all know what that was about.
1) trailers cool?
2) can you charge a Tesla while driving?
3) how much do you think a 20kW generator and trailer with 50 gallons of diesel would impact the average speed?
Not only did they pay me NOTHING, they refused to give me a supplier discount on the 1-of-1 Vipers! The last check I got from Chrysler was a $500 rebate on a 2004 SRT-4!