Dodge Kahuna

From Dodge Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
A Dodge Kahuna at the 2004 San Francisco International Auto Show

The Dodge Kahuna was a concept car created by the DaimlerChrysler brand, Dodge — a minivan variant targeted at the surfer — and introduced at the 2003 Detroit Auto Show with the Dodge Avenger Concept.

The rear of a Dodge Kahuna

The Kahuna featured a Pacific Blue exterior and three rows of flexible seats — a variation of the Stow N' Go seating introduced by Chrysler on its minivans in 2005. It was powered by a turbocharged 2.4 L engine (rated at 215 hp) coupled to a 4-speed automatic transmission. Most components in the Kahuna were based on the company's minivans.

In a city-building/simulation computer game City Life, a model bearing great resemblance to Kahuna can be seen around the city driven by "Fringe"-class citizens.

External links

Dodge concept vehicles  v  d  e 
Cars: Challenger | Copperhead | Demon Concept | Intrepid ESX | Razor | Slingshot | Super 8 Hemi
Vans / SUVs: EPIC | Hornet | Kahuna | Powerbox
Trucks: M80 | MAXXcab | Rampage Concept | Sidewinder
Motorcycles: Tomahawk