The 1997 Dodge Dakota Sidewinder Concept is a high performance two door truck.
The Dakota Sidewinder features stylish body structure with muscular looks, large space at the back and a powerful engine that delivers high performance.
The Dakota Sidewinder featured a Viper V10 engine with two valves for each cylinder. The capacity of the engine is 8000 cc and it delivered an output power of 640 bhp at 5800 rpm and 530.3 lb-ft torque at 4000 rpm. It reaches the speed of 60 mph in 3.9 seconds and the top speed is about 170 mph. The Dakota Sidewinder featured four speed automatic transmission and the gear shifts can be performed easily at higher speeds.
The Dakota Sidewinder featured Double Wishbone suspension with coil springs on the front and rear resulting in smooth and comfort driving. The Dakota Sidewinder featured 21-inch alloy wheels on the front and 22-inch wheels on the rear. The wheels featured vented disc brakes with Anti Braking System and aluminum piston calipers that ensured a better braking even at high speeds.
The exteriors featured the door handles, stylish body structure, mirrors, headlights and taillights. The interiors featured the leather seats, sporty steering wheel and instrument panels.
Vehicle Type: - 2-door truck
Configuration: - Front Engine
Engine: - Viper V10
Displacement: - 8000 cc
Torque: - 530.3 lb-ft at 4000 rpm
Horsepower: - 640 bhp at 5800 rpm
Transmission: - 4-Speed Automatic
Wheelbase: - 2845 mm
Width: - 1885mm
Length: - 4806 mm
Height: - 1420 mm
Weight: - 1225 lbs
0-60 mph: - 3.9 sec
Top speed: - 170 mph