The Stealth sports car was a twin under the skin to the Mitsubishi 3000GT. Built by Chrysler's partner Mitsubishi in Japan, the Stealth sported Chrysler-designed bodywork over the Mitsubishi chassis and drivetrain. It was a high-tech, high-performance sports car that competed with the Chevrolet Corvette, Mazda RX-7, Nissan 300ZX, Toyota Supra and the 3000GT itself.
In 1991, four models were available -- Base, ES, R/T and R/T Turbo -- that provided increasing sophistication and performance at increasing prices. The Base version was a front-wheel drive model powered by a 3.0-liter sohc 12-valve V6 that produced 164 hp. The ES and R/T, were also front-wheel drive cars with a 3.0-liter dohc 24-valve V6 that delivered 222 hp. A 5-speed manual transaxle was standard with both of these engines; a 4-speed automatic was optional. Finally, there was the R/T Turbo, with 300 horsepower and 5-speed manual transmission. ABS was standard on the R/T Turbo and optional on the other models.
New for 1992 was a glass sunroof.
This was the last model year for the Dodge Stealth ES.
A new version of the twin-turbo version of the dohc engine with 320 hp propelled the Stealth R/T Turbo model from 0 to 60 mph in a breath-taking 5.3 seconds. The only drivetrain available with this engine was a 6-speed manual transmission with all-wheel drive.
Standard features on all models included dual airbags, rear-window defroster, spoiler, power outside rearview mirrors, AM/FM/cassette stereo system, and a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel. Base and R/T models had 15-in. wheels; the Turbo had 17-inchers. New for '95 were optional 18-in. chrome wheels. The main differences between the Stealth and 3000GT, aside from the styling, were the GT's movable aerodynamic aids and a retractable hardtop convertible model.
The last of the Dodge Stealths got a new body color spolier and leather front seats.
- $23,236 (1995 Dodge Stealth)
- $26,795 (1995 Dodge Stealth R/T)
- $37,905 (1995 Dodge Stealth R/T Turbo)
- $430 (1993-1995 Dodge Stealths)