Presented version of the Dodge Challenger coupe for the racetrackJanuary 2, 2020
This new rendering by independent artists from Abimelec Design represents an even more productive performance of the iconic American car, which is oriented solely for use on the racetrack.
In recent years, the iconic American coupe Dodge Challenger has received several noteworthy versions. When this two-door car was first introduced in 2008, which was very similar to the old versions of the Ford Mustang coupe, it showed sufficient performance, despite its modest size. Since then, Dodge has worked to improve the chassis and handling of its model, while at the same time collecting a huge amount of horsepower under the hood. In 2015, a powerful version of the Challenger SRT Hellcat was introduced, which boasted a 707-horsepower engine.
The team of artists Abimelec Design presents an even more productive performance of the iconic American car, which is oriented only for use on the racetrack.
This performance of the American muscle car has a cult design that has not changed much since 2008, with a massive black rear wing, which is clearly larger than the standard rear spoiler.
By the way, the wing is connected to the rear bumper and the upper part of the trunk. Thick wheels and a lowered suspension give the Challenger a long, low and wide stance – perfect for the racetrack.
In front of such a Challenger there is a black-painted splitter that contrasts well with the gray color of the rest of the car. Headlights, as well as most of the false radiator grille and bottom panel are completely absent, which is necessary for additional cooling of rapidly heating elements of the car. There is also an adjustable lower spoiler with a front “lip” and a ventilated hood.
At the moment, the car depicted in this render is nothing more than an image created in a graphic editor that independent artists worked on.
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