In his visual play, the young artists decided to turn the Mopar machine into something that looks like a time attack creature, albeit while leaving the boot lid untouched.
At least from where I'm standing, this was a brilliant decision, since a monstrous wing, the kind that shows up in many renderings there days, would've altered the classic silhouette of the American icon on a whole different level compared to the aero bits fitted to the car.
Speaking of which, the downforce stuff I'm referring to involves the wide fenders, whose grilles have an opinion-splitting look, a carbon fiber front splitter shining from under that chrome bumper, side skirts that continue the airflow work of the said bit, along with a diffuser that comes in a generous size - the last is also a carbon fiber toy.
How come the Dodge Challenger is so low? Hopefully, the answer comes from a #bagged setup (think: air suspension), so the one behind the wheel of the monster can easily lift the car when this actually gets out on the road.
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