The network demonstrated the mid-engined Dodge ViperFebruary 15, 2020
Designer Abimelek Arellano showed how the Dodge Viper would have looked if it had been equipped with a V10 powertrain with a volume of 8.0 liters, located behind the seatbacks.
In 2019, this designer already showed his own vision of the Dodge Viper, which has a mid-engined layout, but at that time the images featured a supercar of one of the first generations. Now, the artist drew a model of the last, fifth generation – and it certainly looks even more spectacular. The designer came up with the idea of moving the 8.0-liter V10 engine from the engine compartment behind the seatback amid the success of the eighth-generation Chevrolet Corvette, which for the first time became mid-engined.
He could make the Viper no less harmonious – Arellano retained the characteristic relief hood and large air intakes behind the front wheels of the supercar. Outside the side windows you can see small air ducts – most likely to cool a large engine covered by a glass roof.
Viper with new proportions looks more squat and predatory cars, but this project will remain on the render, since the last instance of the Dodge Viper was released back in 2017.
Also earlier on the Internet showed the next-generation Dodge Charger rendering. The American brand intends to show the new product in 2023.
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