|Wheelbase||99.1 in. (252 cm.)|
|Weight||Approximately 2550 lb.|
|Engine||Mopar 2.2 Inline "Trans" four cylinder engine|
|Power||440 hp (328 kw)|
|Similar||1981 PPG Turbo Interceptor|
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Twin turbo 2.2L engine
In 1981 it set a record for reaching it's top speed of 195 mph.
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Perfect 50/50 weight distribution ratio.
Worldwide[edit | edit source]
The car was used in the film "The Wraith"
Raced in the INDY-500 (1984-1987)
Design quirks and oddities[edit | edit source]
- The Turbo Interceptor driven by Charlie Sheen in the movie The Wraith was the Dodge M4S concept car, which cost an estimated $1,500,000.
- The Dodge M4S was powered by a Mopar 2.2 Inline "Trans" four cylinder engine (also used in the Dodge Daytona, Dodge Aries, etc.), with a Cosworth 16-valve, twin-cam cylinder head that produced over 400 horsepower thanks to twin Garrett T25 turbochargers.
- The abbreviation M4S stood for Midengine, 4 cylinder, Sport. The original car was built by Dodge and PPG industries to be used as a Pace Car for sprint racing venues.
- 6 prop cars were built, 4 of which were dummies and destroyed during filming. The other two were the stunt cars. One is currently being restored at http://www.thewraithcar.com.
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