The Concept had unique ducting and fully functional throttle-controlled butterfly hood scoops.probably not rigid enough, I like the engine covers too. Only question, if that air cleaner sealed to the hood, how did it get enough air to run?
If it was not "road legal," how was it driven extensively on the roads?So to circle back to the Challenger Concept. Unless some collector owns it, it probably been crushed in the junk yard - because that's not a road legal car. Imagine the legal liability in today's world.
Those would still require plates.I don't know, I'm sure there's some sort of specialized plates, authorization, or permission to drive manufacture test cars on the road. Perhaps a better example would be a test mule. They can drive it on the road, but it's really not a legal car - to own, title, insure, etc. That's what I mean by "road legal."