Shared on Instagram a couple of hours ago by spdesignsest, the renderings portray the Dodge Viper, from the final year of assembly, with minimal modifications. A side-by-side comparison with the real thing reveals that the rendering artist gave it a new bumper at the front, with more aggressive side air intakes, additional LED strips, and a cleaner-looking diffuser attached to it. The headlights were also revised.
Blink and you will definitely miss the modifications at the rear, as they are just as discreet as the ones at the front, comprising a new bumper with bigger trim on the outer edges. The diffuser has been updated too, but only a bit and the taillights are all-new, and they sort of have a McLaren-ish vibe to them. There are new side skirts as well, and a trunk lid spoiler that appears to be on the more aggressive side, but other than that, everything else carries over unchanged.
The same would go for the engine, too, a V10 with 8.4 liters in displacement, hooked up to a Tremec six-speed manual transmission that directs the thrust to the rear wheels. The power unit is good for up to 650 horses, enabling a supercar-rivaling 0 to 60 mph (0-97 kph) sprint in just 3.5 seconds, and a top speed in excess of 200 mph (322+ kph), unattainable on public roads, unless you live in Germany, close to a no-speed-limit section of the Autobahn.