Devon Motorworks was an industrial design house based in Los Angeles, California that specialized in the development of premium lifestyle products. The company was notable for being the sole bidder for the Dodge Viper.


Devon GTX
Production 2009-2012
Body and chassis
Class Sports car (S)
Body style 2-door liftback coupé
Layout FR layout
Platform Dodge Viper
Related Dodge Viper
Bristol Fighter
Chrysler Firepower
Alfa Romeo Zagato TZ3
Engine 8.4 L Viper V10
Transmission 6-speed Tremec TR6060 manual
Wheelbase 98.8 in (2,510 mm)[1]
Length 172.2 in (4,370 mm)
Width 78.5 in (1,990 mm)
Height 48.4 in (1,230 mm)
Curb weight 3,460 lb (1,570 kg)

Founded in 2008 by entrepreneur Scott Devon, Devon Motorworks' stated focus is to undertake "multiple design projects that have a common purpose of providing sculptural power with recognizable beauty." Devon's initial production vehicle, the Devon GTX super car, was scheduled to begin production in early 2010, however, economic downturn shelved production.

Devon Motorworks made news for being the single bidder for Chrysler's Dodge Viper platform, originally intended to provide the basis for the Devon GTX. The bid was, however, rejected by Chrysler for being below the US$10.0 million reserve and with the fourth-generation Viper upon which the GTX was derived being discontinued, Devon Motorworks was closed.

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