Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo
The SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo is SRT's vision of a futuristic
race car which can be put through its virtual paces in the Gran Turismo
6 video game.
The SRT Tomahawk is a single seat, hybrid powered vehicle which was
designed and engineered by the SRT (Street and Racing Technology)
team at Chrysler. SRT developed not one, but three versions of the
car, the S, the GTS-R, and the top-spec X model.
The car's styling was developed from a sketch by Paul Hoste, the winner
of a design competition setup by Dodge which asked for a futuristic
interpretation of a high-performance vehicle.
The SRT Tomahawk features an abundance of active aerodynamics designed
to provide the perfect balance of downforce and low drag for all situations.
Graphene has been used extensively to reduce weight while maintaining
a high level of strength and rigidity.
The overall weight of the SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo (in the
digital world) is a mere 752 kgs (1,658 lbs) - for the range-topping
Tomahawk X model anyway.
Powering the concept is a hybrid drivetrain which uses a 2,168 horsepower
7.0 litre V10 to drive the rear wheels, and two 211 horsepower pneumatic
motors to drive each of the front wheels. With a total output of 2,590
horsepower the performance numbers for the SRT Tomahawk should be
||Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo
|Engine / Drivetrain
||Hybrid, 7.0 litre V10 + Pneumatic motors