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Vizualtech renderings of Dodge Challenger GT racer


Vizualtech Dodge Challenger GT3 race car rendering

Vizualtech Dodge Challenger GT3 race car rendering

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Vizualtech, a Swedish design firm that specializes in constructing virtual 3D models of cars and boats, has just released this set of nine images on its blog, depicting a Dodge Challenger decked out in GT racing livery and aerodynamic modifications.

Side-mounted exhaust pipes, a chunky rear diffuser and a huge rear spoiler all give the Dodge Challenger an even bolder, more aggressive look. Large slats in the rear-wheel arches should help to cool the brakes down, while the front spoiler should improve downforce and give the Challenger much improved handling.

While Vizualtech is only a design firm, and not a manufacturer, the renderings hint at the possibilities that lay ahead for the Dodge Challenger. Seeing a Dodge Challenger competing head-to-head against other American muscle cars such as the Chevrolet Corvette in European GT racing is something that would promise to be entertaining and hopefully some enterprising racing teams are inspired by the renderings to make Vizualtech's vision come true.

Dodge already has some experience in FIA GT3 European racing, and the company was chosen to be the supplier of official cars for the 2006 event.
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  1. Now that is bad ass....
    I liked the base car on the outside and think the interior is bland, but as a FIA GT3 racecar, unbelievable!
     
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  2. Here's a thought, Toyota is in NASCAR so why not put Dodge in the DTM series. The formula is there with a V8 upfront and rear wheel drive.

    Any takers??
     
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  3. Looks awesome. With the added body parts, it reminds me of a Nissan Skyline.
     
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  4. YUK! Ugly!
     
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  5. Yeah, it's "interesting" looking all right.
    But that is one heavy, massive car to go racing in...
     
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  6. Gus- What ends up on the track is not remotely close to what is sitting on the showroom floor, especially in GT3. You'll find the amount of weight shed by race teams is astounding . Carbon fiber is this centuries version of the acid bath...
     
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  7. A really fresh, aggresive and sporty look for an American car! It looks ready to race Opels, Mercs, and Audis in the DTM series...Honestly, Vizualtech should something about our Nascar racers...
     
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