Can you imagine the tire carnage it would cause?
May 26, 2019
By: Gabe Beita Kiser
A little-known competitor to the Chevrolet El Camino and Ford Ranchero was a Dodge with a much more aggressive-sounding name: Rampage. Unfortunately, the Dodge Rampage’s sales are best described using any word but "rampage.” It went out of production just two years after it went on sale in 1982 since Dodge only managed to sell a total of 37,371 units during its entire lifespan.
Dodge revisited the nameplate when it brought the Dodge Rampage Concept, a truck with a softer body style intended to appeal to potential truck buyers who didn’t like the truck body style, to the 2006 Detroit Auto Show. It featured flared fenders, a 5.7-liter Hemi V8, and, weirdly, a front-wheel-drive layout.
But that was then. In the here and now, we have access to easy horsepower and powerful rendering technology, which is why YouTuber The Sketch Monkey went ahead and created this rendering of a Dodge Rampage using a Dodge Challenger as the donor car. It looks better than previous attempts at a Dodge Rampage revival, to say the least.
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