Dodge Wants High Schoolers to Turn Their Doodles Into $60,000 of Scholarship Money
Chrysler wants to know what high schoolers think the future of the company looks like, and they’re willing to pay for it at the Detroit Autorama High School Design Competition 2015.
Back in 2011, the halo Hellcat project wasn’t awarded any scarce product development money. Then it was shelved. Luckily, the SRT folks kept pushing to make it a production engine. After four months, Chrysler’s product development committee decided to play along.
Even regular buyers have responded favorably to the 1500 EcoDiesel. They’ve only let it sit on dealer lots for an average of 13 days before buying it. The gas version is there for an average of about 78 before being driven to a customer’s home.
Click the play button after the jump, and try to remember what flies out of your mouth after you finish watching the following clip.
It looks as if Ford and General Motors will have more aluminum to themselves over the next several years. Ram won’t be picking up any of it with its horns for quite a while.