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2006 Dodge Challenger Concept

2006 Dodge Challenger Concept

Apparently, the American muscle car is back for good. Like the Chevy Camaro concept, the Dodge 2006 Challenger ($TBA) is one good lookin' beast. Based on the iconic 1970 model, the HEMI-powered concept was designed with the essential attributes of a muscle car — "distinctly American; mega horsepower; pure, minimal, signature lines; aggressive air-grabbing grille; and bold colors and graphics." Yep, that about sums it up.

  • Mitsubishi Concept-Sportback

    Ok, we've come to the conclusion that the cars we post this week are more than likely going to be unavailable concept models since that's what companies tend to unveil at shows like the Frankfurt International Motor Show, which is taking place this week. Here's our second sleek pick from event — Mitsubishi's "Concept-Sportback" ($TBA). Little is known about the car, except that it sits on the company's new C-segment global vehicle platform and created for the new 4-cylinder MIVEC engines with either 2WD or 4WD drivelines. Oh, also known is the fact that the car has the most badass front and rear end imaginable.

  • Jeep Compass

    You know we hate highlighting stuff you can't buy, but sometimes we just gotta show you this stuff while it's hot and fresh. Today at the 2005 International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Jeep unveiled its new Compass Sport-Utility Vehicle ($TBA). If you would have explained this creation to us before we saw pictures of it, we would have laughed at you as if we had just caught you watching Laguna Beach. A mix between the Jeep Liberty and Toyota Matrix, the Compass features Jeep's signature seven-slot grille and round headlamps, along with a new fuel-efficient 2.4-liter engine, 19-inch wheels with red-line tires, and an overall aggressive look that will definitely not draw any chuckles from us. Jeep said it could build the Compass as soon as next year.