10) Dodge Challenger
The Challenger name spans multiple generations of Dodge cars since 1958. In 2015 Dodge made notable design variations to the Challenger’s engine, gearbox and exteriors. However, the car remained a true classic, and despite the changes it has retained several similarities to its 1960 predecessors.
Instead of a 5 speed auto, the power now goes to the rear wheels through an 8 speed automatic gearbox. The Dodge Challenger SRT 392 features an Apache V8 6.4 litre engine with an output of 485 hp; 15 more than the older version. It produces 475 lb-ft of torque. The Challenger SRT Hellcat sports an even more powerful 6.2-liter supercharged HEMI engine producing 707 hp and and 650 lb·ft of torque.
Built as a proper muscle car, the Challenger packs huge amounts of low-end torque, perfect for drag races but not the best for running laps. Further mods for 2017 will feature a new all-wheel drive (AWD) pack.