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Dodge Caravan R/T Concept

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http:///www.autoblog.com/2008/01/14/detroit-2008-dodge-caravan-r-t-concept-spotted/

http://www.autoblog.com/2008/01/14/detroit...oncept-spotted/

Hot Inferno (or other) Red one, 20" wheels-looks hot, I hope they build it! The minivan market has needed sportiness and excitement forever!

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I like it...it's about time some excitement was bought to the segment.

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It looks like a Mazda MPV. You would think that I would have noticed that by now, but since I've seen like two Caravans, I hadn't really made the connection.

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It looks like a Mazda MPV. You would think that I would have noticed that by now, but since I've seen like two Caravans, I hadn't really made the connection.

I mentioned the resemblance a while ago... It certainly does look like the MPV.

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Almost about as smart as a Pontiac minivan... I just don't see the market for an R/T minivan....

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Almost about as smart as a Pontiac minivan... I just don't see the market for an R/T minivan....

not one that cheesy and upright.

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They could've at least made it look sporty. That looks like a blob on wheels. :yuck:

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This thing actually debuted at SEMA. It has a 260 hp. 4.0 V6 with ram induction, sport tuned suspension, SRT wheels, dual exhaust, the scoop, 1 inch lowered ride hight, Fire Red Pearl paint, and an interior that is dark slate with fire red stitching and accents for contrast.

Certainly the van could benefit from the ram induction, sport tuned suspension (the suspension tuning one of the complaints about the new van), dual exhaust, and possibly lowered ride hight. Wheels wouldn't make a bad option either.

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