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Top 5 Posts of the Week for January 8th – January 15th


Another week is in the can, and it was filled with scandal, intrigue, and the 2017 North American International Auto Show. Here’s the 5 posts you all were most interested in last week here on Future Motoring!

5. What Will the SRT Demon Be? We Ask the Experts

Brace yourselves, the SRT Demon is coming! It’s the 5th most-viewed post last week here on Future Motoring, and for good reason. We know it’s going to be a badass Dodge Challenger, but how badass will it be? Check out what our panel of experts thought.

4. Photo of the Day: One Fast Golf

Photo Credit: Jamie Maskell

A MKIV Volkswagen Golf straight from the UK caught your attention last week, bumping it up to the 4th most-viewed post of the week here on Future Motoring. It does have quite the special engine under the bonnet.

3. Photo of the Day: What Wrangler? We Don’t Need a Wrangler!

Another Photo of the Day made the list, but this one for an interesting reason. It’s common for Jeep Wranglers to be able to remove their doors for off-roading. It’s a lot less common to see other vehicles missing their doors, especially the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Yet, here we are.

2. Photo of the Day: Why We Love the Supra Edition

Who doesn’t love the Toyota Supra? We’re eagerly-anticipating the return of the iconic sports car nameplate from Toyota, hopefully later this year. In the meantime, you liked looking at this classic Supra.

1. 2018 Ford F-150 Gets More Super Duty

Ford, ahead of the 2017 NAIAS, debuted an updated and refreshed version of their Ford F-150 pickup truck. The Ford F-Series brand has been the best-selling line of trucks in the United States for 40 years, and the latest truck offers all-new engines and a diesel option.

It also wins the award for the most-viewed story on Future Motoring for last week!

Have a great week everyone and we’ll see you all next time!

Chad Kirchner
the authorChad Kirchner
In addition to Chad Kirchner's work here, he's a freelance automotive journalist for outlets around the world.

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