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Demon Schmemon - Dodge Working on All-Electric That's Even Faster

Demon Schmemon - Dodge Working on All-Electric That's Even Faster

June 12th, 2021 Chris Phillip

The Dodge Demon was America's quickest production car with a 9.65 second e.t. in the quarter-mile. The Detroit Bureau has top-secret information that Dodge is working on a Demon buster and the go-go juice will be electrons, not fossil fuel. Dodge insiders are calling it "the fastest [Dodge} ever." According to Autoblog.com: "Dodge's hot-rodded EV could be even quicker than the Tesla Model S Plaid...
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That Reveal Sure Was a Hummer

That Reveal Sure Was a Hummer

June 10th, 2021 Chris Phillip

General Motors set a record with its online reveal of the all-electric Hummer, making it the most-watched vehicle debut in the automaker’s history. According to GM, "It created the highest website traffic of any GM models ever." We think it's for good reason. The new EV Hummer will deliver 1,000 HP and 0-60 mph in 3 seconds, all from a 9,000 curb weight. Reservations for the GMC Hummer EV First Ed...
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Chevy Celebrates IMSA Win With Special-Edition Corvette

Chevy Celebrates IMSA Win With Special-Edition Corvette

June 9th, 2021 Chris Phillip

GM sure sees an opportunity when its cars take IMSA wins. Latest example is the Corvette, which won won the Manufacturers, Drivers and Team titles in the 2020 IMSA championship. To celebrate, Chevy will build up to 1,000 2022 IMSA GTLM Championship Edition Corvettes. According to our friends at GMAuthority.com: The 2022 Corvette IMSA GTLM Championship Edition, which is based on the 3LT trim and co...
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Ford's Pony Size Truck Gets a Name - Maverick

Ford's Pony Size Truck Gets a Name - Maverick

June 8th, 2021 Chris Phillip

There's a lot to love about the newest truck in Ford's line-up. Let's start with the name - Maverick. The Ford Maverick was a pint-sized economy car back in the 1970s. It is good to see the name repurposed some 50 years later. For $20,000, Ford will offer a 40-mpg full-hybrid light truck. Here are its main features: • All-new Ford Maverick is the first standard full-hybrid pickup in America and th...
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Cadillac Adds Fiber to its Diet

Cadillac Adds Fiber to its Diet

June 7th, 2021 Chris Phillip

Here at RYNO, we've been watching with interest as Cadillac gets closer to releasing the Blackwings, the CT4 and CT5 V Series Blackwings, which are the last high-performance internal combustion engine powertrain Caddys to be built before the brand (and the world) crossover to an all-electric future. Two carbon-fiber packages will come on the Cadillac CT4 V Series Blackwing and thanks to the good f...
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C7/C8 Corvette Mods from Harding Performance

C7/C8 Corvette Mods from Harding Performance

June 4th, 2021 Chris Phillip

Those in the Corvette hobby may remember the name Jason Harding from his years at Katech Performance. As far as we know, Jason's new venture Harding Performance is the only company making billet-aluminum valve covers for the C8 Corvette. They'll also work on C7 Corvettes and late-model Camaros. Harding Performance billet aluminum valve covers for Gen 5 LT engines are CNC machined from 6061-T6 bill...
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Ford's Garage Meet Tesla's Diner

Ford's Garage Meet Tesla's Diner

June 3rd, 2021 Chris Phillip

Oh, Elon. What would we do without you? Tesla Motors just filed for a new trademark to use the Tesla brand name and logo as a new restaurant chain. It seems Mr. Musk wants to open some drive-in restaurants that recall the drive-ins of the 1950s and 1960s ... with one exception. These new Tesla restaurants will have superchargers so you can charge up while you're filling up on food. You'll even be...
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Ford Opens Bronco Off-Rodeo

Ford Opens Bronco Off-Rodeo

June 2nd, 2021 Chris Phillip

Those clever folks at Ford. They are opening an off-road driving academy for new Bronco owners. Motor1.com has the news and says, "The day-and-a-half-long training course will teach select Bronco Sport owners and Bronco reservation holders how to make the most of their crossover or SUV off the beaten path regardless of whether they're beginners or experts." The location is about 50 miles west of A...
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Remembering the first 200 MPH Stock Car

Remembering the first 200 MPH Stock Car

June 1st, 2021 Chris Phillip

These days, just stroll into your Dodge dealer and pick out a Charger Hellcat with a top speed of 203 mph. Back in 1969, however, Dodge was the first manufacturer to break the 200 mph closed-course speed record and they did it with this Daytona, which sat on pole at the Inaugural Talladega 500 in September 1969 with a top speed of 199.446 mph. It was then proven to 205 mph at the Chelsea Proving G...
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Escalade V- What Took Them So Long?

Escalade V- What Took Them So Long?

May 31st, 2021 Chris Phillip

It's about time. A Cadillac Escalade V is coming. Big V-8. Throaty rumble. All-American opulence. It's all in the 2023 Cadillac Escalade V. Since we've been waiting 20 years for one, another two years is a piece of cake. GMAuthority, who reported this news, says, "Both the Escalade-V and Escalade-V ESV will be powered by the supercharged 6.2L V8 LT4 gasoline engine, which is also used in the Chevy...
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