Visit Cart Search
Visit Cart
Jeep Trailhawk

Jeep Trailhawk

Another new concept vehicle announced at last week's North American International Auto Show was the rugged Jeep Trailhawk. Designed for the open road — both paved and unpaved — the Trailhawk boasts a modern angular design and broad stance with a long 116-inch wheelbase. Outside are 22-inch wheels, signature seven-slot Jeep grille, and HID projector beam quad lamps, while the inside has sweet black and orange trim, spray-finish flooring, and removable, portable audio pod sound systems in each quarter panel. And a Jeep wouldn't be a Jeep without a little sky showing. The Trailhawk is an open-air concept — it has fully retractable windows all-around and removable glass panels over the seats and cargo compartment.

  • 2006 Dodge Hornet Concept

    Dodge showed off a tiny new B-segment car this week at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show that is surprisingly hot. With its wide stance and aggressive front-end, the 2006 Dodge Hornet Concept has a rally-inspired look that will take your mind off the fact that you're riding in something the size of a Chevy Aveo. The Hornet has a an exposed engine intercooler flanked, 19-inch wheels, blue-tinted windows, and is powered by a 1.6L supercharged four-cylinder engine putting out 170 hp. As always, there's no word on if/when this will go into production.

  • 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.