From time to time, manufacturers take a chance and develop something simply for the sake of innovation. The Plymouth Prowler is the perfect example. It was produced at a projected financial loss in an effort to revitalize the Plymouth brand. While the revitalization never happened – Chrysler pulled the plug to focus on itself and Dodge – the Prowler is a standout in both style and design. In appearance and sound, the Prowler is a modern hot rod, with styling cues that are harken to the T-bucket and later roadsters. It is sleek and, with its open-air and almost open-wheel design, the Prowler turns heads wherever it goes. Under the hood is a free-breathing 3.5-liter V6 delivering 250 hp. While far from its cousin the SRT Viper in performance, the Prowler doubles down on its looks, and is a sure bet for Mopar fans.