Common questions

How tall is the rear spoiler on a Dodge Daytona?

How tall is the rear spoiler on a Dodge Daytona?

The rear spoiler was, however, several feet shorter than that of the Dodge Charger Daytona. The 1984 Daytona models had a length of 175 inches (on a 97 inch wheelbase), a width of 69 inches, and a height of 50 inches.

When did the Dodge Daytona get a facelift?

The Dodge Daytona got its second and final major facelift in 1992; the popup headlights were made intro wraparounds, the tail was redone, and ground effects were changed.

How did the Dodge Daytona get its name?

The G-24 had remnants of the body styling from the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona that swept NASCAR, and from which the Dodge Daytona got its name; the clearest link was the front clip, with its aero-tilted covered headlights. The rear spoiler was, however, several feet shorter than that of the Dodge Charger Daytona.

Why was the Dodge Daytona and Chrysler Laser made?

Part of the rationale for selling the Laser and Daytona, incidentally, was bringing in showroom traffic for the cheaper Turismo 2.2, an Omni-based sporty two-door that amusingly might have outraced the standard Laser due to its lower weight. Laser was available as XE and Sport. drive.

What kind of car was the Daytona Shelby in 1987?

So for 1987 there was nothing EMBARRASSINGLY slow about these cars. Nobody’s comparing them to a hellcat dude, calm down. Of all the cars I’ve driven in my life the 89 Daytona Shelby that I had was the most fun. Mine was faster than Modified Mustangs, Firebirds and Corvettes and it had half of the cylinders or the other cars I raced.

How big is a Dodge Daytona Shelby Z?

Dodge Daytona Shelby Z specs Car type Coupe Curb weight 1276 kg (2813 lbs) Dimensions 4.49 m (177 in) long, 1.76 m (69 in) wid Wheelbase 2.47 m (97 in) Introduced 1987

What kind of engine does a Dodge Daytona have?

The Dodge Daytona would become the first American-made front-drive sports car with a turbocharged engine, when the turbo 2.2 was installed. The 2.2 liter four-cylinder produced a respectable 142 horsepower, about the same as the 318 cubic inch V8 (albeit with less torque) — quite good for the low weight of the Daytona.

The rear spoiler was, however, several feet shorter than that of the Dodge Charger Daytona. The 1984 Daytona models had a length of 175 inches (on a 97 inch wheelbase), a width of 69 inches, and a height of 50 inches.

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