See how modern Dodge imagined 25 years agoApril 10, 2020
Ralph Gill, chief designer of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, published a sketch of the Tomahawk GTR compact truck, which he drew in 1995. That is, in his opinion, 25 years later, the modern Doji should have looked.
The designer drew this sketch when he himself was about 25 years old. Then he was an ordinary designer, but he literally “burned” everything that was associated with automotive design. The car, which he called the Tomagawk GTR, is a two-door two-seater pickup. He has a pretty brutal appearance for those years, massive wheel arches with Porsche-style wheels and a large spoiler.
As he himself wrote on his Instagram, it was his interpretation of the successor to the Dodge Rampage model, which was produced from 1982 to 1984. Exactly so, according to the current chief designer of the concern, a more sporty pickup should have looked. The successor of the model, however, has still not appeared on the market, nor is there a pickup in the portfolio of the concern based on the design of Gill 25 years ago.
Now a large-scale FCA competition is being held in social networks, in which designers were asked to draw their own models of models for the concern, both existing and potentially possible. For example, among the works there is a Dodge Challenger Hellcat, which was turned into a pickup, and the front part was stylized as a Dodge Ram 1500.
Earlier, another automotive designer published a series of frames on which he depicted modern cars as a coronavirus. In his work, he gave the virus a form characteristic of each of the five automakers: Porsche, Fiat, Jeep, Polestar and Lamborghini.
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