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Dodge Hornet nailed by KGP

by David Zatz on

KGP photography caught the Dodge Hornet without any covering today.

2013 Dodge Hornet

The upcoming Dodge Hornet (the name is still undecided) is to replace the Dodge Caliber and, more directly, the Plymouth-Dodge Neon. The car is roughly based on the Alfa Romeo Giulietta. This prototype is far from the last mule to be seen, showing a four door sedan rather than a hatchback, with traditional door handles. Glenn Paulina’s people colorized the matte-black elements for a better look of the final design.

(Also see our 2013 Dodge coverage and upcoming models rumor summary.)

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