Dodge Demon, Kia Stinger, and the Polaris RZR XP 1000 ATV
We anxiously await the release of the 2018 Dodge Demon, James Bell shares details on the 2018 Kia Stinger, and Chris tests out the side-by-side Polaris RZR XP 1000 ATV for an upcoming edition of Motorz.
· [00:00:00] Hype Continues To Rise For Dodge Demon
· [00:06:49] KIA Stinger is Built for Fun Performance
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[00:00:00] Hype Continues To Rise For Dodge Demon
We are shivering with anticipation as we wait for the unveiling of the 2018 Dodge Demon. Chris Duke of Motorz TV and Alan discuss what they think this car will be all about. After watching all of the teaser videos, most of us have discerned that this will most likely be a spectacular drag-race machine. Dodge has done a thrilling job of marketing this huge release and they have cleverly thrown out a few hints for car enthusiasts. One of the biggest questions about this car is the horsepower, some speculate that it will be well over its 707-HP predecessor, the Hellcat. Whatever is on the horizon for this beast of a ride, we can rest assured that Dodge will go to extreme lengths to make a mark on muscle car history. Join us for more on this aggressive, speed Demon that is about to escape its cage.
[00:06:49] KIA Stinger is Built for Fun Performance
“He plans to make this car perform as cool as it looks”, says Kia’s James Bell of the 2018 Stinger’s engineer. A first for KIA, this rear-wheel bias, all-wheel drive system was created to grip and claw dry pavement. While this car will function well in inclimate weather, it was designed to shine when it’s being driven as a performance vehicle on dry tarmac. Scheduled to be released later this year, they continue to enhance its engineering to improve ground action and gain perfection. James also shares that they will be showing off their compact 2017 KIA Rio at the New York International Auto Show for buyers that are in the market for a new, affordable vehicle. The KIA brand is in an evolutionary period – Tune in for predictions on KIA’s future.
[00:16:01] Chris Duke Hits Sand in RZR XP 1000
Chris Duke used to be a big fan of hitting the desert with a group of buddies for a great time of off-roading. Eventually, his group fell apart and he took some time off of riding his Yamaha Banshee. These days with nowhere to store a trailer and bike, he has started venturing back out into the desert with his producer Brian on a side-by-side Polaris RZR XP 1000. Chris started looking around when they were out kicking up sand and realized that this is the place for ATV aftermarket enhancements. He decided he wanted to soup-up Brian’s stock RZR and document what the upgrades. Join us for more on Motorz TV.
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CreditsHost: Alan Taylor
Co-Host: Chris Duke
Producer: Jason Masters
Production Asst: Joanne Bolden
Copy Editor: Jess Baumgardner
Special Guest: James Bell