Dodge Demon Roadster Concept
Inside: The interior of the
Dodge Demon is purposely functional with everything
relating to the driving experience emphasized. A well
laid out instrument panel, is familiar, yet modern.
Everything you really need – the gauges, circular AC
outlets, radio – is encapsulated in a cross-car brushed aluminum
bezel that also accentuates the width of the cabin. Secondary
controls and features, such as the HVAC knobs and the passenger-side
glove box, are located below this bezel. In a similar functional manner, the floor console is deliberately
not a part of, or attached to, the instrument panel. The console is
dominated by the squat ready-at-hand silver and black manual shift
knob, and its leather boot is set into a bright trim ring. The wide,
brushed aluminum console bezel also incorporates the recessed
emergency brake handle, with the window switch gear, softly lit cup
holders and 12V power outlet organized into a graphically unified
shape. The upper portion of the instrument panel, including the
cluster brow, is accented by a stitched seam with contrasting silver
thread. Each of these features is set flush, or nearly flush, with
the bezel surface so as to establish a ‘clear zone’ for the driver’s
shift arm in all seating positions, with nothing in the way of the
The raised plateau at the rear of the console incorporates a covered
storage bin – with a lid that serves as an armrest between shifts –
while the portion of the console extending under the instrument
panel has an open bin handy for incidentals.
The steering wheel employs an aluminum open-spoke design with each
of the three spokes intersecting the small circular hub for a
timeless sports car look. The wheel rim itself is brushed aluminum
on the inside, complemented with stitched vinyl on the outer rim.
Immediately forward of the wheel, the four-gauge cluster features
classic white-on-black dials with graphics inspired by sports
watches. Each circular gauge is set handsomely inside a finely
detailed silver and chrome bezel ring, while gauge pointers are
colored to match the exterior.
The doors feature durable, vertical grab handles, each anchored to a
silver bezel housing the chrome door remote handle. The lower
portion of each door features a stylish brushed aluminum bezel that
encapsulates the large circular speaker grille and then drops
sharply as it moves rearward to form the map pocket outer panel,
mimicking a feature line on the car’s exterior.
The Dodge Demon’s seats feature contoured bolsters that are just
high enough to provide support when cornering, yet do not hinder
ingress or egress. Set in exposed low-gloss carbon fiber shells, the
black seats with integral head restraints feature inserts of
textured “Momentum” fabric mated to fabric bolsters, with specific
sew lines accented by silver thread. Individual brushed aluminum and
carbon fiber roll bars are positioned directly behind the bucket
seats. With long seat tracks, there is ample storage behind the
seats. Additional covered storage is provided in the bulkhead
between the seats.
The Dodge Demon concept is an affordable Dodge sports car which
merges brand cues of bold design and powerful performance with an
open-air “fun-to-drive” attitude.
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