Cars Evolution series in this video showes the amazing evolution of Dodge cars. This installment follows the unusual trajectory of the Dodge Charger, from a two-door, rear-wheel-drive musclecar, to a personal luxury car, to a front-wheel-drive hatchback, and, finally, its most recent outing as a rear-wheel drive (sometimes all-wheel-drive), four-door sedan. Unlike the Mustang or
With a quick and direct response to our question, Fiat Chrysler Automobile CEO Sergio Marchionne dashed any hopes among the faithful that the Dodge Viper might someday return. “Viper cannot stand by itself,” said Marchionne, speaking at FCA’s Balocco proving grounds outside Milan, Italy during FCA’s Capital Markets Day, where the company laid out its plans for the next five years.