Concept Vehicles Newsroom

Two Iconic Concept Vehicle Models Temporarily Join the Walter P. Chrysler Museum’s Exhibitions

June 24, 2009 The Walter P. Chrysler Museum is temporarily spotlighting two of Chrysler Group LLC’s most iconic concept vehicle models – the Dodge Tomahawk and two Chrysler ME Four-Twelves. All three are on exhibit through Sunday, July 26 at the Museum, in Auburn Hills, Mich.

One-Stop Video Shop for Broadcasters

April 27, 2009 Two compilations of key product running footage, and b-roll of Chrysler's Auburn Hills World Headquarters and Technical Center, several assembly plants, top executives and historic scenes are now available for download to registered users of the Chrysler Media Web site in the "Chrysler LLC" channel of the "Video" section. The compilation is divided into two collections: "Chrysler Compilation 1" and "Chrysler Compilation 2."

Dodge Showcases 2009 Viper-powered Challenger SRT10 Concept

November 4, 2008 Chrysler is smokin’ at SEMA. The company will showcase eight vehicles at the 2008 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show, which runs from Nov. 4-7 in Las Vegas, Nev.

Dodge Challenger SRT10 Concept Debuts at 2008 SEMA Show

October 14, 2008 The opportunity for SRT engineering to “one-up” itself comes to fruition with the 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT10 Concept. Power for the 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT10 Concept comes from the Dodge Viper 8.4-liter, all-aluminum V-10 engine with 600 horsepower and 560 lb. ft. of torque.

2008 Chrysler LLC Concept Vehicles

January 14, 2008 Three passionate designs combine with three advanced propulsion systems. The result: high-tech, innovative vehicles with alternative fuel choices … and exciting design and brand character. Chrysler LLC’s mission to be more environmentally responsible is significantly changing how we envision vehicles in our future portfolio.

Dodge ZEO Concept: Battery Electric Vehicle Technology in Expressive “2+2” Dodge Sports Car Style

January 14, 2008 The 2008 Dodge ZEO, Zero Emissions Operation, concept vehicle is a four-passenger, all-electric, “2+2” sport wagon that embraces the bold, emotional characteristic of the Dodge brand. With its 23-inch wheels-to-the corners, heroic proportions and muscular forms, the ZEO exhibits a new youthful breed of muscle-machine interface.

ENVI: Environmentally Responsible Electric-drive Vehicle Technology

January 14, 2008 Chrysler’s three concept vehicles for the 2008 North American International Auto Show provide a glimpse into how Chrysler envisions surprising and delighting its future customers through seamless integration of advance production technology into its future product portfolio.

Fact Sheet: Dodge ZEO Concept

November 27, 2007 The Dodge ZEO Concept is a four-passenger, 2+2 sport wagon that embraces the bold, expressive look of the Dodge brand, exhibiting a new, youthful breed of muscle car for the 21st century. Built for driving enthusiasts, it features an electric-only propulsion system with a lithium-ion battery pack capable of at least 250 miles.

Chrysler Group Celebrates 20 Years of Modern Concept Vehicles

May 25, 2007 “Concept to reality” has become a term that epitomizes the Chrysler Group design philosophy, and many observers are hoping that it will apply to the company’s concept vehicles for 2007.

Dodge Demon Roadster Concept – Simple Soul, Artful Attitude Make for Radical Results

February 12, 2007 The Dodge Demon concept is a compact, nimble “roadster with an attitude,” a perfect balance of classic sports car proportion and simplicity blended with modern design and performance. The vehicle made its world premiere at the 77th International Motor Show in Geneva.

Dodge Avenger Concept Makes Bold, Powerful Style Statement

September 20, 2006 Dodge is looking to spin the global D-segment with the all-new Dodge Avenger concept — a bold, styling statement that does away with the idea that a functional mid-size car is automatically boring.

Press Kit: 2006 Dodge Hornet Concept Set to Create a Buzz

February 23, 2006

Rallye-ready and eager to go, the new Dodge Hornet concept vehicle is designed to bring to the B-segment market a unique blending of European sensibility regarding engine size and overall footprint with an American flair for aggressive attitude and flexible interior space.

Video replay of the 2006 Dodge Hornet Concept world premiere at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show (Windows Media Player required):

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2006 Dodge Rampage Concept Vehicle — The Only Things It Can't Load More of Are Style and Versatility

February 9, 2006 Bold, powerful and superbly capable in creative new ways, the Dodge Rampage concept vehicle offers a new vision for the American pickup truck and the active lifestyle people who drive them.

2006 Dodge Challenger Concept Flexes Some Muscle

January 8, 2006 In creating the new Dodge Challenger concept car, the designers at Chrysler Group’s West Coast Pacifica Studio knew they had a rich heritage to draw upon.

Video replay of the Dodge Challenger concept vehicle from the 2006 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Jan. 8, 2006 (Windows Media Player required)

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2006 Dodge Challenger Concept Vehicle

The 2006 Dodge Challenger concept resurrects another authentic American muscle car for the Dodge brand and continues to build on the success and heritage of the HEMI® engine.

Dodge Nitro's a Go!

October 5, 2005 Nitro will be the first mid-size SUV for Dodge, completing the brand’s current lineup of cars, minivans, trucks, commercial vehicles and a full-size SUV.

Dodge Reveals Global Concept Car

March 1, 2005 Dodge designers aimed their sketch pads at the global car market and the result is the bold, distinctive Dodge Caliber concept — a five-door vehicle that combines a sporty coupe-like profile with the strength, stance and functionality of an SUV.

Translated Dodge Caliber Concept Press Kit - 2005 Geneva International Motor Show

February 11, 2005  

Dodge Introduces Nitro Concept Vehicle

February 10, 2005 Making its debut at the 2005 Chicago Auto Show, the Dodge Nitro is a mid-size SUV concept with a uniquely bold, powerful design statement that would ignite an automotive segment more typically characterized by bland styling.

Chrysler Group Shows Off Latest Design, Performance Trends

November 2, 2004

  • Six new SkunkWerks vehicles debut at 2004 SEMA
  • "Dream Applications" result in new Chrysler, Jeep® and Dodge concepts

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