Michelin Presents Wallpaper Wednesday: Dodge ZEO Concept
The 2008 Dodge ZEO concept made a high-profile début North American International Auto Show, and looks so striking, you’d never think Ma Mopar would mass produce anything which remotely resembled it. And you’d be totally right, as the plug-in hybrid concept never went anywhere.
2009 was the first year I went to the LA Auto Show. And while the stop in La La Land has—unfortunately for most enthusiasts—as the place to see all the green cars and tech, it’s not like they ignore those who like the smell of gasoline. Case in point? The wicked Jeep Lower Forty Concept.
One thing on my automotive bucket list? Owning a proper roadster. And by proper I mean the kind the car that has no roof—or even the provision for one. Since I live in sunny SoCal, where there’s generally a few of weeks warning before any kind of precipitation, it’ll be practical enough. I think this 1967 […] More »
Dodge unveiled the Rampage concept at the Chicago Auto Show back in 2006 and while there’s definitely some wacky stuff going on with it, I think there were some interesting ideas as well. Perhaps the wackiest thing was the fact it was actually FWD—but featured a 5.7L Hemi. Weird, right?
Most of my recent Wallpaper Wednesday posts have focused on some of the killer concepts Ma Mopar has released over the years. But I since I spent the last few days off roading South of the Border down in Baja California, so I figured it was about time to do another corporate cousin edition. And […] More »