Dodge Venom

The Dodge Venom was a rear wheel drive concept car built by the Dodge division of Chrysler Corporation in 1995, utilizing the Cab forward (car) design structure. It used the Dodge Neon as a base and featured a V6 engine capable of producing 260 horsepower (190 kW). It was capable of 0-60 in 5.2 seconds.

Specification

  • Engine: 3.5-Liter V6, Overhead Cam, 24 Valves, 245 Horsepower (Est)
  • Drivetrain: Six-Speed Manual Transmission, Rear-Wheel Drive
  • Body: Two-Door Coupe with All-Steel Unitized Construction
  • Suspension: Front and Rear Independent, Double A Arms
  • Brakes: Four-Wheel Disc with ABS
  • Wheelbase: 106
  • Overall Length: 182.6
  • Overall Width: 74.9
  • Overall Height: 51.5
  • Front Track: 63.7
  • Rear Track: 65.3
  • Front Tires: P245/45R19
  • Rear Tires: P245/45R20

External links

  • http://www.conceptcarz.com/vehicle/z275/Dodge_Venom.aspx
  • http://www.chicagoautoshow.com/history/index.asp?TIMELINE_YEAR=1994&H_F_PG=1&vid=209&T_F_PG=1&tiid=
  • http://auto-specs.zercustoms.com/d/dodge/1994-dodge-venom-concept-specifications.html
  • http://www.carstyling.ru/en/cars.1994_Dodge_Venom.html
  • http://www.autoblog.com/photos/twenty-years-of-modern-chrysler-concepts/253500/


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