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1997 Dodge Sidewinder

Dodge Sidewinder, 1997
Dodge Sidewinder, 1997
Dodge Sidewinder, 1997
Dodge Sidewinder, 1997
Dodge Sidewinder, 1997
Dodge Sidewinder, 1997
Dodge Sidewinder, 1997 - Photo: Ron Kimball
Dodge Sidewinder, 1997 - Photo: Ron Kimball
Dodge Sidewinder, 1997 - Interior
Dodge Sidewinder, 1997 - Interior
Images: Dodge; www.kimballstock.com
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Dodge Dakota Sidewinder Concept Truck, 1997
Sounding more arms fair than auto show, 1997's Dakota Sidewinder signalled Dodge's determination to drive foot-to-the-floor into the darkest recesses of environmental incorrectness. Mating the Dodge Viper GTS-R's 600-plus horsepower engine with a Trans-Am based chassis, the design aim was for a 'muscular jawed' pick-up. Ignition required two switches: 'Arm' and 'Ignite'. Enough said.


The Dodge Sidewinder is a concept car unveiled by Dodge in 1997 at the SEMA convention in Las Vegas. Officially called the Dodge Dakota Sidewinder, it uses the front-mounted, Viper GTS-R engine to power the rear wheels. The engine is rated at 640 hp and 530 ft·lbf of torque, which allows the car to hit 60 mph in just under 4 seconds. The top speed of the Sidewinder is 170 mph, and the car surprisingly has a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Source: Simon Hacker/MSN Cars; Wikipedia
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Дебют - SEMA Motor Show 1996
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