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.

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