2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock, 2021 Ford F-150, Mansory LeMansory: This Week’s Top Photos

Dodge unleashed a new version of its Challenger muscle car that packs a heady 807 horsepower. It features many of the mods from 2018’s Challenger SRT Demon, but unlike the drag special the new Super Stock isn’t a limited edition. It’s available for 2020 and will continue to be available for 2021.

2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat

Folks with families can also join in on the fun because Dodge has also added a new Durango SRT Hellcat for 2021. The fast family hauler packs the same engine as the Super Stock, the familiar Hellcat 6.2-lighter supercharged V-8, though it’s been tuned to deliver 710 hp in this particular application.

2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye

2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye

Dodge also gave its Charger a power boost. The muscle sedan in wide-body guise has a new SRT Hellcat Widebody Redeye edition complete with 797 hp.

2021 Ford F-150

2021 Ford F-150

Ford unveiled a new

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History of the Autobahn

The autobahn. Germany. Take a poll, and you’ll likely find that just about every gearhead dreams of driving on autobahns, Germany’s speed-limit-free, no-holds-barred highways—though driving them isn’t necessarily the experience you might expect. How did these famed road networks come to be, why are there no speed limits, and what’s it really like to drive at any speed you like? Cinch up that seat belt and let’s find out.

Early German Autobahn History

The world’s first limited-access highways—ones on which vehicles could only enter or exit at designated points—were built in New York in the early 1900s. In Germany, construction on the first controlled-access highway began in 1913, though World War I delayed its opening until 1921. The Automobil Verkehrs und Übungsstraße (Automobile Traffic and Training Road), built just outside of Berlin, doubled as a race and test track. It was basically two straightaways bracketed by banked turns, but

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