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Dodge Demon Concept

Dodge Demon Concept
Dodge Demon Concept at the 2008 Denver Auto Show
Manufacturer Dodge
Body and chassis
Class Concept car
Body style Roadster
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive
Engine 2.4 L GEMA I4
Transmission 6-speed manual
Wheelbase 95.6 in (2,428 mm)
Length 156.5 in (3,975 mm)
Width 68.3 in (1,735 mm)
Height 51.8 in (1,316 mm)
Curb weight 2,600 lb (1,179 kg) (Estimated)

The Dodge Demon was a concept made by DaimlerChrysler, designed to slot in under the Viper as a more affordable sports car from Dodge. The Demon was first shown at the 2007 Geneva Auto Show, and is being considered for production[1]. It was conceived to compete with cars like the Pontiac Solstice, Saturn Sky, and Mazda Miata. Unlike many other concept cars, the materials and construction design of the Demon were such that production would be feasible.

Technical specifications

  • Engine: 2.4 L gasoline World Engine
  • Power: 172 hp (128 kW) SAE @ 6000 rpm
  • Torque: 165 lb·ft (224 N·m) @ 4400 rpm
  • Transmission: Six-speed manual
  • Drivetrain: Rear-wheel drive
  • Overall Length: 156.5 (3974)
  • Overall Width (max. @ body): 68.3 (1736)
  • Overall Height: 51.8 (1315)
  • Wheelbase: 95.6 (2429)
  • Overhang, Front: 30.6 (777)
  • Overhang, Rear: 30.3 (769)
  • Curb Weight (estimated): 2600 lb (1179 kg)
  • Tire Size, Front/Rear: 58.7 (1491)
  • Wheel Size: 19 x 8 in
  • Outer Diameter: 25.2 (640)


  • IGN's article on the Dodge Demon
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