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Paris Motor Show 2006, France


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Dodge Avenger Concept

Dodge is looking to spin the global D-segment with the all-new Dodge Avenger concept ó a bold, styling statement that does away with the idea that a functional mid-size car is automatically boring. Avengerís Dodge branded styling makes a definite statement in the D-segment, commanding attention and evoking attributes that define the Dodge brand: bold, powerful, capable and street smart.


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This Avenger concept, finished in a striking Inferno Red, will appeal to car buyers around the world who need the practicality, functionality and fuel efficiency of a mid-size sedan, but want more, including a vehicle with pizzazz that stands out and makes a statement. Avengerís bold Dodge styling, innovative features and solid performance would allow them to do just that. The Avenger concept hints at the next-generation global D-segment vehicle from Dodge.

 

From the front, thereís no mistaking the bold presence of Dodgeís heritage cues in Avengerís crisp and edgy exterior design. Large, modern quad headlamps surrounded by black housings create the distinctive glare that forms Avengerís face and surround the signature Dodge crosshair grille, which features body-color accents. Fog lamps are positioned in the outer corners of the front fascia and surround a diamond mesh texture that runs the length of the fascia. The lower fascia splitter is punctuated by two fairings.

A stamped formation in the center of the hood carries the vertical lines of the crosshair grille.

Avengerís side profile is distinguished by a long hood, short deck lid proportions with muscular rear shoulders and sleek rear spoiler.

From the rear, the large, expressive taillamps placed at the corners frame the deck lid. A finely-tuned body-color spoiler is sleekly integrated in the deck lid. An integrated lower rear diffuser reduces drag and improves fuel efficiency. Chrome-tipped dual exhaust outlets communicate the performance capability of the Avenger conceptís 2.0-liter turbo diesel engine, which could be sold in markets outside North America.

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