What you missed on 7.16.14

Filed under: Coupe, Performance, Etc., Hatchback, Dodge, Nissan, Smart

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Dodge Challenger HellcatChallenger SRT Hellcat specs and price

Holy Hellcat. We’ll have our first driving impressions of the 707-horsepower Challenger in the near future, but today, we learned that the cost of entry for this behemoth will be just $59,995. That’s a steal, considering this 199-mph machine is the most powerful muscle car money can buy. We’ve got the full details on the rest of the 2015 Challenger range, too.

Nissan 370Z Nismo Quick Spin: 2015 Nissan 370Z Nismo

Despite being on the market for six years now, the Nissan 370Z is finally available in what is perhaps its best form. Meet the 2015 370Z Nismo – a more powerful version of the usual Z car with styling that’s far more tame (and attractive) than Nismo versions before it. We had a chance to drive the new Z Nismo in Tennessee last week, and have the full scoop in our quick spin.

Smart ForTwo and ForFourNew Smart Fortwo and Forfour revealed

We’ll be honest: the current Smart Fortwo is, well, not great. And the brand isn’t exactly doing all that well, especially here in the States. But Daimler hasn’t given up on its minicar, and has just released all the information on not only the next-gen Fortwo, but the aptly named, four-door Forfour. Read all about ‘em, here.

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