The Cadillac CT6 V-Sport takes the brand’s flagship model to a whole new level. With styling based on the Escala concept car, the CT6 V-Sport blends elegance and finesse with the heart of a muscle car. The result is a luxury vehicle with aggressive styling features and firepower that bring the CT6 to a plateau other carmakers probably didn’t see coming. Read the rest of this entry
Dodge announces a new Shakedown Package available for the Challenger R/T Shaker, R/T Plus Shaker and 392 Hemi Scat Pack Shaker models. The Challenger and Charger also gets two new paint colors from the past. B5 Blue and Plum Crazy purple are blasts from the past making a comeback.
The Ford Mustang California Special will make a comeback later this year. The package will be available for the Mustang GT coupe and convertible and will feature styling cues that harken back to the original from 1968. Read the rest of this entry
The 1967-1971 Plymouth GTX is the focus of this edition of the Muscle Car Showcase. The GTX was Plymouth’s new “supercar” for 1967. Based on the Belvedere, the GTX came standard with big V8 power and a host of other performance features. This intermediate was marketed as a gentleman’s muscle car — no greasy kid stuff here. Plymouth touted the GTX was the most exciting supercar to come out of Detroit in years. Let’s see if this declaration is true. Read the rest of this entry
The 1967-1970 Shelby GT500 is the star in this edition of the Muscle Car Showcase. Hot on the heels of the successful GT350, Shelby unleashed the GT500. It was based on Ford’s redesigned Mustang, which grew a few inches longer and slightly wider in 1967. Shelby’s new creation had its sights set on domination and taking on all contenders, including the mighty Chevrolet Corvette. And it could hold its own against just about anything. Let’s go back in time and see why the Shelby GT500 has become one of the most highly sought after muscle cars ever created. Read the rest of this entry