10 Concept Cars That Didn’t Go Anywhere

10 Concept Cars That Didn’t Go Anywhere

Chrysler Imperial

Following the instant success of the 300C, Chrysler showed off the Imperial Concept car. Looking back to the American luxury cruisers of yesteryear, with its long wheelbase and huge rollers, it’s also hard to miss the Rolls-Royce design cues.

The Imperial concept used a lengthened LX platform, and featured more of the design cues that made the 300C stand out. Things like LED lights, chrome and brushed aluminum materials helped make the Imperial look like a six-figure machine, though being a Chrysler it would certainly have been priced well under that. Unfortunately, we’ll never know.

  • Adam Donohue

    Left out the Dodge Copperhead!? 

  • Catfan

    It should have been branded as an Imperial.  Great idea!

  • SpencerRynberg

    I saw the Dodge Demon in person about 2 years ago at Trenton engine north. It looked so much better in person.

  • Carlos

    Concept cars are never meant to “go anywhere”. They built as showy platforms, for various new features. There are probably many features, on your own car, that debuted at a car show, on a concept car.


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