Like HowStuffWorks on Facebook!

1989 Plymouth Speedster Concept Car


1989 Plymouth Speedster Concept Car Specifications
The 1989 Plymouth Speedster concept car hoped to interest 18-25 year-olds. Neither the Speedster, nor the Plymouth brand, had any real future.
The 1989 Plymouth Speedster concept car hoped to interest 18-25 year-olds. Neither the Speedster, nor the Plymouth brand, had any real future.
©2007 Publications International, Ltd.

Yet another of the many concepts trying to interest a youthful demographic, the 1989 Plymouth Speedster concept car featured a blend of motorcycle and car attributes. The 1989 Plymouth Speedster concept car specifications detailed below provide a closer look at this interesting design approach.

Manufacturer: Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, MI

Body design: 2-passenger, 2-door roadster; molded plastic tub body

Powertrain layout: not available

Wheelbase: 81.7 inches

Overall length: 130.2 inches

Overall width: 61.2 inches

Overall height: 45.2 inches

Track, front: 53.5 inches

Track, rear: 53.5 inches

Weight: not available

Approximate price: not available

Engine type: none

Displacement (liters/cubic inches): not available

Horsepower @ rpm: not available

Torque (lbs./ft.) @ rpm: not available

Fuel delivery: not available

Transmission: not available

Suspension, front: not available

Suspension, rear: not available

Brakes: not available

1989 Plymouth Speedster Concept Car Performance

Top speed: not available

0-60 mph: not available

Quarter-mile: not available

mph @ quarter-mile: not available

NOTE: The Speedster was a design exercise with no engine.

For more on concept cars and the production models they forecast, check out:


More to Explore