|aka Dodge Concept Car
Dodge Concept Vehicle
|Class Concept car|
|Body Style Roadster|
|Length 4242 mm|
|Width 1829 mm|
|Height 1262 mm|
|Wheelbase 2794.0 mm|
|Weight 1295 kg|
|Transmission 5-speed manual|
|Engine 2.7L LH DOHC V6, 220 hp|
The Dodge Copperhead, also known as the Dodge Concept Car and Dodge Concept Vehicle, was a concept car created by Dodge as a slimmed-down version of the Dodge Viper for buyers who couldn't afford the Viper's $75,000 cost.
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The car was set to be in production by 2000 but never reached production.
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