Dodge Demon Roadster Concept
exterior design is simple yet bold, featuring an energetic
combination of curves and intersecting planes.”
The bodyside of the Dodge Demon main character line flows up and
over the front wheel, then drops diagonally to an
angular color-keyed vent on the rear fender that directs
cooling air to the rear brakes.
In similar fashion, the compound rear fender surface
curves up and over the rear wheel, sweeping into a broad diagonal
plane extending to the taillamp. The resulting muscular fender form
projects boldly beyond the main body, underscoring that the Dodge
Demon concept is a rear-wheel-drive machine.
The rear surface of the body is divided into three planes with two
chamfered outboard planes, dominated by long, tapering trapezoidal
taillamps. The taillamps sport translucent red inset lenses that
surround LED back-up lamps.
Up front, the signature Dodge crosshair grille is stuffed into an
aggressive, menacing, trapezoidal opening that thrusts boldly
Set into elongated angled triangles, the projector headlamps,
delineated by bright rings, are set into black chrome bezels, giving
the front end mean-looking “eyes” that accentuate the grille
opening. Encompassing the upper portions of the front fenders and
sporting two recessed air outlets, the Dodge Demon’s hood is hinged
at the front, adding a just-for-fun performance-car look and feel.
Featuring an open-spoke design, the wheels are pushed to the corners
of the body for a dramatic stance and capable performance. The
19-inch brushed aluminum wheels are set into assertive, asymmetrical
openings that reprise the body’s playful combination of curves and
The beltline kicks up at the rear and into the higher deck lid
contour, giving the lucky occupants an encapsulated, protective
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