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Dodge Demon Concept

Dodge Demon Concept

If you're looking for an affordable ragtop, are sick of Miatas, and aren't feeling the Solstice, check out the Dodge Demon Concept ($TBA). The car is still in the concept stage, but is stacked with a 172hp 2.4-liter engine paired to a six-speed manual and a rear-wheel drivetrain. It also features 19-inch wheels, but concept wheels that large rarely past the concept stage, which is exactly where we hope this car is headed — in particular in a possible 300-hp SRT model. More pics after the jump.

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