Blog

You are viewing all posts for categories: news

Midway Motors Salutes Kansas and Kansas State on Standout Basketball Seasons

 

Here at Midway Motors, we had basketball fever in the month of March, as we were happy to see that both Kansas and Kansas State made it to the tournament. While the last set of games is this weekend and neither the Jayhawks or Wildcats are in it, we're still happy for the successful season. We have both KU and KSU fans here among our staff at Midway Motors, and hope you enjoyed the action as much as we did.

 

Read More
Categories: ,

Who doesn't want a 707 hp Wrangler?!



U.S. Speciality vehicles have merged the infamous 707 hp Hemi Hellcat engine with the classic four-door Jeep Wrangler to create the Rhino XT! 

The Wrangler platform features live axles, and a twin screw supercharger pushing this beast to new levels. In addition to the supercharger, the Rhino XT gets upgraded structural reinforcement for all the power, differential and suspension upgrades, and much, much more. With a luxurious interior, you'll be cruising in style and comfort!

You might recognize the Rhino XT from The Fate of the Furious where the director, F. Gary Gray is said to have one…
Read More
Categories:

Checkout the Chevrolet Colorado ZH2!



General Motors recently released renderings of a new project they are working on that is based on the Chevrolet Colorado and is marketed as the ZH2 package.  This military concept Colorado ZH2 is a Hydrogen fuel cell powered off-road vehicle that will run off of electricity and be completely silent and have zero emissions.

With 37 inch tires and a rugged suspension the Colorado ZH2 will be capable of taking on the toughest terrain imaginable.  Look for Chevy to start testing this concept out in 2017 and hopefully start bringing the technology into the public sector down the road.
Read More
Categories:

Ford Bronco Making a Return in 2018!

 

Ford Motor Company is officially bringing back the much loved Ford Bronco and it will be built at the Wayne Michigan assembly plant right here in the good ole USA!

The Bronco was originally launched in 1966 as a smaller SUV before it was beefed up in 1978 to a full-size SUV.  The newly redesigned Bronco will fall back on it's roots as a smaller, two-doored SUV for it's re-launch.  This will be one of four new SUV models launched by Ford in the next several years and will definitely be a popular model when it's hits…
Read More
Categories: