Chrysler kicked off its new sub-brand, SRT, with the unveiling of the new generation Viper and the cars will just keep coming from here on out. The sub-brand’s second model will be the new generation Barracuda that will join the line-up for the 2015 model year and, according to MotorTrend, SRT is already working on a third model for their line-up.
Details on the third model are a bit unclear at the moment, but it could be either a successor to the Dodge Ram SRT10 or a small, two-seat sports car. Obviously, our hopes lie in a new sports car. Chrysler has already teased us with a Dodge Demon Concept designed as a competitor for the Mazda MX-5 Miata , and now that Mazda and Fiat have teamed up to build a new RWD sports roadster, we are hoping that Chrysler will consider offering a production version of the Demon.
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By now, you’ve probably heard the expression ’Fail!’ being uttered by the kids of today. If you haven’t heard of it yet, we feel sorry for you. But if you have, you’d know that it constitutes seeing something so egregiously wrong that it can be best summarized in one word. Fail!
This video, courtesy of EBaumsWorld, is the epitome of a burnout ’Fail!’, featuring a Dodge Neon SRT 4 and, what we assume is his clueless owner.
Last time we checked, a successful burnout constitutes spinning the back wheels furiously while the front wheels remain still with the friction from the spinning back wheels and the pavement resulting in the release of smoke from the back end. Simple enough, right?
This dude does it the completely opposite way and as you can expect, the results were disastrous. But hey, in his defense, smoke did come out.
It just came out of the engine and not the back wheels.
Chrysler unveiled the Demon Roadster Concept last year at the Geneva Motor Show and shortly after they decided to put it into production. Not the company announced that the production version will be based on one of Chinese-automaker Chery’s platforms and will be front-wheel drive.