Want to hear what the 707 horsepower Dodge Hellcat engine sounds like? Would you like to have that sound as your ringtone? It is now available for Apple, Android and Blackberry phones at:
“Dodge/SRT fans can now make heads turn and people stop in their tracks, every time their phones ring,” said Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis. One can even preview the ringtone at that address.
A survey conducted by Kelley Blue Book found that 50 percent of respondents think GM is a different company today compared to five years ago. Twenty-four percent of new car shoppers believe the old GM still exists. However, car buyers continue to question GM’s product quality – only 39 percent think GM’s current products are more reliable when compared to five years ago.
Panasonic supplies batteries for Tesla, and has now announced it will invest in the automaker’s planned $5 billion battery plant. But it is not saying who much it will be willing to lay out, talking only about a gradual investment in the facility. Tesla reports on earnings late this afternoon.
Range Rover claims one of its Sport SVR models has lapped the famed Nordschleife circuit at the Nurburgring in 8 minutes, 14 seconds making it the fastest production SUV around the famed track.
Nearly one third of British motorists would consider leaving the scene after accidentally damaging another vehicle after causing only minor damage. Four percent said they would leave even if extensive damage was caused.