Dodge's Power Wagon, left, one of four DaimlerChrysler Corp. concepts prepared for the Detroit auto show, is 3 inches taller than current Dodge trucks, and brawny like its workhorse namesake of half a century ago (a 1951 model is shown). Styling cues, such as exaggerated fenders, also are evident. The concept's 7.2-liter inline six-cylinder turbocharged diesel develops 780 pounds-feet of torque and burns a clean, sulfur-free fuel.
CONCEPT HAS BRAWNY ANCESTOR
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