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SEMA News—September 2018


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’19 Dodge Charger


’20 RAM HD Regular Cab


Dodge Charger   \Ram

This is the ’19 Dodge Charger Scat Pack, completely undisguised.

Dodge teased the new Charger SRT Hellcat last month. Now we’re seeing a Scat Pack-equipped model with the same modified grille intake that was earlier teased. Dodge is expected to give the Charger one more refresh before a redesigned version appears early next decade.

Power may be modified a little, and there could be minor tech additions, but don’t expect too many other changes for the elderly model. The 2019 Chargers should appear later this year.


Here’s a first look at the ’20 RAM HD regular cab with an 8-ft. box. The new trucks are expected to fall in line with the 1500 and ditch the crosshair grille—a hallmark of the truck since the mid-’80s.

Current power is delivered from three engines: a 383hp 5.7L V8 with a compressed natural gas option; a 410hp 6.4L V8; and a 6.7L turbodiesel inline six. The turbodiesel is available in three tunes: 350 hp with 660 lb.-ft. of torque; 370 hp with 800 lb.-ft. of torque; and 385 hp with a 930 lb.-ft. torque rating. The 5.7L and 6.4L are paired to a six-speed automatic transmission, while any of the 6.7Ls can be paired to a six-speed manual or an automatic.

Expect an official debut sometime in 2019.

McLaren 600LT





McLaren unveiled the 600LT and confirmed that it has “increased power, minimized weight, optimized aerodynamics and track-focused dynamics.”

As opposed to the 570S, the 600LT features a deck-exiting exhaust system with two tailpipes—something not even the 675LT has to offer. In addition, the rear deck and plenum cover of the 600LT feature more carbon fiber than found on the 570S. However, the accessories catalog of the 570S includes a handful of carbon-fiber packages.

Just as the 675LT was offered in coupe and Spider flavors, there’s no denying that the British company is working on two body styles for the 600LT. As the name implies, the 600 in 600LT stands for metric horsepower.



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