Speed Shouldn't be Seasonal

Too many people have accepted that speed is seasonal. People like to drive fast in the spring, in summer, even in the fall, yet once the first snowflake falls, the muscle cars spend the next few months in storage. We think speed should be all year round. Just because there's a little snow and ice doesn't mean the muscle car should go in storage. With the 2017 Dodge Challenger GT, it looks like Dodge agrees.

The Dodge Challenger GT is America's only all-wheel-drive muscle coupe, meaning we finally have a muscle car that can handle snow and ice. During calm driving conditions, the Dodge Challenger GT's front axle disengages, delivering full torque to the back wheels. If the vehicle detects that AWD might be necessary, based on factors such as ambient temperature and wheel slip, it seamlessly switches into AWD mode, giving you more traction in treacherous conditions.

It's still a Dodge, though, and that means power under the hood. The Challenger GT packs a powerful Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 engine, giving it 306 horsepower and 268 pound-feet of torque.

Speed shouldn't be seasonal. Powerful cars shouldn't have to hibernate through winter. Thanks to the 2017 Dodge Challenger GT, they don't all have to.

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