The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
With wide haunches and a deep, throaty exhaust note, the Bentley Continental GT V8 S Convertible comes off as a muscle car for the wealthy.
The grace and poise of the Bentley Continental GT V8 S Convertible get a loud counterpoint with its muscle car engine note.
Chrysler's Mopar performance group shows that it can be a jack-of-all-trades at SEMA, showcasing a varitety of custom vehicles for road, dirt, and track.
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There's no point in mincing words on this one -- the Bentley Flying Spur is a muscle car for people with not just some, but ALL THE MONEY.
The Bentley Flying Spur comes with luxury as standard. It can also top 200 mph while massaging your spine.
Muscle cars of the '60s and '70s helped define a generation; we check out how technologies from those cars and that era started trends that are hot today.
As tempting as that freakishly powerful motor is, it's difficult to justify the $529 Vitamix over some of the more affordable competitors available.
The 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 comes off as more show car than useful transportation. Its cabin electronics are outdated, but due for an upgrade in the next generation.
We bid farewell to the most unlikely Lexus -- a sport sedan with the heart of a muscle car.