A reliable source wrote that a Jeep Wrangler dubbed Call of Duty II is being set up; it will feature a custom AEV hood, Mopar bumpers, and the usual Pentastar V6 with a choice of automatic or manual transmission. As with the original, it will come in black with Call of Duty badging, in this case including Modern Warfare 3 references (the game is set to arrive in early November, and the Jeep will likely be timed to be available at the same time).
Features of the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Call of Duty II Edition are semi-gloss black paint, 17-inch aluminum wheels, a front seat with the Call of Duty MW3 logo, hood power bulge, logo’d interior grab handle, slush mats with logo, cargo mat with logo, and Mopar black gas door, tail lamp guards, and winch-ready heavy-duty bumpers.
Rumors have been floating around for years about a potential supercharged Viper. It appears that it is finally happening, but it is not a factory built package. Instead, it was developed by Arrow Racing, which has Chrysler’s permission to modify the computer programming. It will be sold at the largest Viper dealer in the country, The Viper Exchange a/k/a Tomball Dodge. There are [...]
Hellcat Grand Cherokee. The term sends shivers of revulsion or anticipation down people’s spines. Revulsion if you are a hardcore Jeep offroad type or any executive at AMG, BMW’s M, or Porsche’s SUV division. Anticipation if you are anyone else with a pulse. Nothing official has been said about a Grand Cherokee coming with the already legendary Hellcat installed, and there is not likely [...]
This week, reliable source oh2o wrote that the Viper ACR would start production in July of 2015 as a 2016 model year car. How much of the concept Viper ACR , which was shown at the 2014 SEMA show, will carry through to production is unknown. We can surmise that the enormous carbon ceramic brakes will make it to production, along with [...]
Recently, Automotive News’ Larry Vellequette reported that Chrysler planned to boost the price their least expensive minivan to around $26,000. This resulted in an extensive discussion on Allpar’s forums, with some outrage over the high entry price. Going back to 2000, when minivan sales were still thriving and Chrysler was the undisputed king of the North American mini-market, we see the [...]