About half a century ago, American aerodynamic concepts consisted of putting a pointed nose and huge wings on powerful muscle cars. By today’s standards, this concept is embarrassing, Dodge Daytona (Dodge Daytona) has become the icon, and is now regarded as the exotic flavor of the old V8.
To its credit, Dodge released a limited edition based on the Charger a few years ago in an attempt to capitalize on Daytona̵
This is where the modern Challenger (Challenger) comes in. We have seen some manufacturing processes, this brutal Dodge coupe is made to look like a Charger Daytona. This way of naming confuses people and even offends some people. However, we are very happy to see the giant wing again.
However, if the build tries to hide the end of the challenger, the rendering drawn by Rostislav Prokop has elements of both models. Yes, there are the long noses and wings of the Daytona, but you can see the four headlights of modern muscle cars and the 3.5 inches (or more) extra width of the Widebody model.
The artist also took the time to insert his 3D model into the real environment, resulting in a social media video that may have deceived many people into thinking that it was a real car. We know that bing wings are not ideal for downforce, but the body of a muscle car is usually related to posture. In this rendering, we see fierce suspension, diffuser and window lovers, all elements are borrowed from other genres.