Dodge Demon Shooting Brake Concept

Dec 27, 2018

Category: Rides

When it comes to European sports cars, it’s not unusual to see a high-octane coupe transformed into a shooting brake for a limited run. And, from Jaguar to Ferrari (and everything in-between), we can never get enough of these distinct long-cabin rides. It never occurred to us, however, that their signature styling could be pared perfectly into something distinctly American: the pony car. But the master of concept cars, Rain Prisk, mashed those two classes together beautifully with this Dodge Demon Shooting Brake.

Retaining the original vehicle’s wide body and ultra-low stance, all the aggression of the 840-horsepower drag strip dominator is intact. But the addition of an extension to the cabin makes it look even sleeker. Plus there’s the added bonus of more storage space at the tail end for any tools, spare parts, or anything else you’d want to bring along with you to the race track. Since wagons never quite caught on in the U.S. the way they have in Europe and the Demon has ceased production, we’ll likely never see this bad boy on the road. That’s a huge shame — it’s one of the slickest, best-looking concepts we’ve ever seen.

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