The "Chrysler Firepower Concept was a concept car based on the Dodge Viper chassis which was first unveiled at the 2005 Detroit Auto Show. With styling cues taken from the Chrysler Crossfire and ME-412 Concept, 'Computational Fluid Dynamics' modelling was used to shape the body with aerodynamics, sufficient down-force and engine cooling in mind. It was finished off in 'Hydro Silver Pearl' with dark carbon fibre and polished aluminum accent and enormous 7 Spoked wheels. The Viper's 6.1 L Hemi V8 was estimated to take the car from 0-62mp/h in 4.5 seconds with a top speed of 175mp/h (282km/h). The 5-Speed automatic transmission allowed for both luxury and performance. With initial speculation of a production model, Chrysler put an end to the rumours in December 2006 with Senior Vice-President of Design, Trevor Creed, stating "We're not doing Firepower; we just couldn't find a viable way to do it."
The Chrysler Firepower Concept has been released in the following 1/64 scale versions:
|Col #||Year||Series||Color||Tampo||Base Color||Window Color||Interior Color||Wheel Type||Toy #||Country||Notes / Variations||Photo|
|Metalflake Grey Blue||Chrysler Logo and Lights on Back.||Black / Plastic||Blue Tinted||Chrome||10SP||J3255||Malaysia|
|Metalflake Grey Blue||Chrysler Logo and Lights on Back.||Black / Plastic||Blue Tinted||Chrome||FTE||J3255||Malaysia|
|Metallic Blue.||Chrysler Logo and Lights on Back.||Black / Plastic||Blue Tinted||Chrome||10SP||J3255||Malaysia|
|Flat Black||Red and Silver tampos on sides and hood, "Firepower" on sides,||Red||Red||Chrome||Red 10SP||M7011||Malaysia|
|2011||Team Hot Wheels Commemorative 20-Pack||Metallic Light Orange||Grille/ Taillight Tampo||Black/ Plastic||Light Blue Tint||Chrome||10SP||X3217||Malaysia|
|2014||Multipacks Exclusive||Grey||Grille/ Taillight Tampo||Black/ Plastic||Light Blue Tint||Chrome||10SP||X6999||Malaysia|
|2014||Mystery Models||Metallic Blue||Grille/ Taillight Tampo||Black/ Plastic||Clear||Chrome||10SP||BDL15||Thailand|
'Concept Cars' by Martin Derrick, 2005, TAJ Books.