That's because we've recently discussed the vertical-bulky version of the Chevrolet Camaro - that pixel portrait came from Tuningcarps, the same label behind this virtual contraption, which, by the way, does these edits using a smartphone.
Speaking of which, as the Mopar aficionados among you might have already noticed, the base for this rendering is the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. And while the exploratory nature of the image is worthy of applause, we can't say the same about a hypothetical real-world incarnation of the car.
To put it shortly, there's no need for Dodge to take the Challenger nameplate down the selling-like-hotcakes SUV route. For one thing, the automotive producer will finally deliver the Hellcat-ized incarnation of the Durango.
Larger than the Jeep Grand Cherokee, the three-row SUV is expected to land with the supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI in October. Of course, this will replace the current range-topper, namely the Durango SRT, which is animated by the 475 hp naturally aspirated 6.4-liter HEMI.
It appears that engineers continued to work on the project during the lockdown, obviously doing so in their garages and their homes. This should allow the newcomer to avoid issues such as those experienced by the V8-animated Ford Ranger Raptor, which is said to have been axes, or by the electric Hummer revival, a machine GM reportedly postponed.