Dodge is an American automotive manufacturer. It is based in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The founders were a pair of Michigan-born brothers. They were John and Horace Dodge. In 1886, their family moved to Detroit and began their entrepreneurial journey. And they found the company in 1900. It is the fifth-largest automaker in the United States. And it has a 6% market share in the U.S. market. It is the eighth-largest corporation in the global automotive industry. Globally, its portfolio includes a range of trucks, commercial vehicles, and SUVs. The Dodge company manufactures workhorse trucks, cool sports cars, and genuine parts mainly. The corporation is also the world's largest manufacturer of bearings. They have been developed for more than 120 years so far. Its products are all over the world now, including vehicles and genuine parts.
After decades of development, its many truck models are also famous. Its most popular model is Dodge Challenger SRT. From the late 20th century, Dodge's highest performing vehicles fell under the category SRT. And the Challenger is equipped with a high-performance V8 engine. It is the most powerful engine genuine part. It is Supercharged 6.2-liter High-Output V8. The engine part can push out 375 horsepower. And it has 410 lb-ft of torque with a 6-speed manual transmission. Over the decades, it has become well known for its passenger car output. And its many truck models are also very famous. For example, the Dodge Ram is their top-selling truck. Dodge remains the most iconic American brand. It introduced Dodge Viper in 1989. The sports car weighed only 1.6 tons, but it was equipped with an 8-liter V10 engine. The 2006 Viper was equipped with an 8.4-liter engine. And the Viper could reach 130 km per hour with the manual transmission in third gear.