Vision Gran Turismo from Sony's PlayStation platform has already given us plenty of eye-watering digital concepts and now Fiat Chrysler has got in on the game with the SRT Tomahawk.
The Gran Tursimo 6 downloadable car comes in not one but three guises and includes an incredible looking driver suit in great detail.
The extreme exterior look of the SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo was born from an internal design competition that sought a futuristic (2035) interpretation of a high-performance Dodge.
The basic specs for the three variations of the SRT Tomahawk are as follows:
Entry-level S: Game players must first master the base version of the SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo. The 7.0-liter wide-angle V-10 is tuned to deliver 590 kW (compared with 480 kW for the 8.4-liter V-10 in the 2015 Dodge Viper). The pneumatically driven front wheels add 160 kW, for total system output of 751 kW. With a curb weight of 918 kg, this version of the SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo is the heaviest, yet it has a top speed in excess of 402 km/h.
Racing version GTS-R: Race tuning pushes output of the V-10 to 847 kW, while the air-driven front wheels add 233 kW for total system output of 1081 kW. Aggressive weight-cutting techniques whittle the curb weight of the Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo GTS-R to 661 kg (the lightest of any version) and the top speed in excess of 482 km/h.
Experimental technology ultimate version X: This is the ultimate Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo. With a redline set at 14,500 rpm, the V-10 engine pumps out 1616 kW (nearly three times the output from the base Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo S) The front wheel drivetrain contributes an additional 314 kW at peak, for total output of 1931 kW. That gives the Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo X a top speed of 650 km/h. Due to the extreme performance of the X version, the driver is required to wear a G-suit for protection.