SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo Supercar

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Welcome to the year 2035. The team behind the ongoing Vision Gran Turismo series has rolled out the latest, futuristic race car in the SRT Tomahawk supercar.

The future for automotive enthusiasts will certainly be a bright one if this concept supercar is any indication of what’s to come. There are 3 different trims to choose from, but we’re not gonna waste any time getting to the good stuff. The experimental X trim (the flagship model) is equipped with a 2,590 horsepower V10 engine (the Viper’s signature power plant), with a top speed of 404 mph. Power is delivered to all 4 wheels with the help of a pneumatic system, the same system that manages retractable aerodynamic panels, modifies the suspension based on road conditions, and even pressurizes the G-Suit the driver is required to wear while driving this beast. And while you won’t be able to test those top speed claims out in real life, you will be able to drive this thing (complete with these specs) in the video game Gran Turismo 6. Young designer Paul Hoste won a contest that allowed him to work with the folks at Street and Racing Technology (SRT) to dial in the design details, taking cues from Dodge’s long history of performance vehicles.

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