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1970 Dodge Challenger Selected Barrett-Jackson Best in Show

A 2,000 horsepower 1970 Dodge Challenger was selected Best in Show from a group of 50 vehicles at the Barrett-Jackson auction this past weekend in Scottsdale, Arizona, and awarded the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Cup. The Challenger was among five finalists, including a ’32 Ford Tudor, ’55 Chevrolet Bel Air, ’63 Chevrolet Bel Air Wagon, and a ’70 Ford F-100 Pickup.

Challenger“Congratulations to every builder who was a part of this year’s Barrett-Jackson Cup,” said Barrett-Jackson Chairman and CEO Craig Jackson. “Each vehicle in this year’s elite competition raised the bar for custom automotive design and engineering. The ability for these craftsmen

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Dodge Challenger with 2,000 horsepower wins Barrett-Jackson Cup

A custom 1970 Dodge Challenger boasting 2,000 horsepower was crowned “Ultimate Best in Show” for the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Cup, the auction company’s custom car competition held during the recent Scottsdale, Arizona, auction.

Sponsored by eBay Motors, the Barrett-Jackson Cup hosted a field of 50 vehicles whose builders competed for a $10,000 top prize and a trophy. More than 25,000 fans cast votes for the five finalists, which were chosen by company chief executive Craig Jackson and president Steve Davis, along with auto-company representatives, with the top vote-getter winning the Ultimate Best of Show.

Besides the winning Challenger, the finalists were

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Tesla under pressure as challenger car brands pitch for its crown

IT’S easy to understand why Tesla is considered the biggest EV player in Europe. Elon Musk and the brand has made the electric vehicle (EV) an object of desire, a technological tour de force and, well, very cool. Talk EVs and inevitably you talk Tesla.

But while Tesla dominates the EV conversation, if you thought it did the same in the sales charts you’d be wrong.

In 2020 the Volkswagen Group had virtually double Tesla’s share (25%) as Tesla’s market share collapsed from 31% in 2019 to 13.3% in 2020, dropping from number 1 spot to third behind VW and

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