The Plymouth Voyager 3 was a minivan concept car revealed by Plymouth in 1989. Part of the car’s aerodynamic design featured a glass roof. One thing that was unique about this car was that in a sense it was a miniature tractor-trailer; the cab separated from the back of the car and could be driven by itself.
On a raised platform is the Plymouth Voyager III concept vehicle, created with separating front and back modular units.The rear wheels of the cab were hidden (notice on image) when it was all in one piece.
Three passengers could ride in the smaller car that was powered by a 1.6-liter propane-fuel engine. The 4-wheel rear section was equipped with a 2.2-liter 4-cylinder, and when the front and rear units were connected, there was room for 8-adults passengers. Presented at the Chicago Auto Show.
Each segment of the vehicle contains its own 4-cylinder engine, which are electronically-coordinated to deliver power independently or in concert.
The Voyager 3 was credited to Chrysler Designer Tom Gale (who also penned the Dodge Viper and Plymouth Prowler) by one source that also called it “The worst concept car of all time.