It’s been less than 24 hours since former SRT CEO Ralph Gilles took to Instagram to talk about what comes next after the dissolution of SRT, assuring us that the Stellantis era won’t be without its performance cars. However, until we get more precise details on the matter, we can feast our eyes on a rendering that revives a spicy nameplate from Dodge’s past, namely the Rampage truck.
The pixel painting is one of the many developments building on Dodge’s Hellcat family. In fact, digital artist Yasid Oozeear, who is behind this visual adventure, chose the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon retired range-topper for this bed transformation.
While the upper section of the muscle machine was cut, the lower side of the body gained a widebody approach that makes this thing look like it’s doing 200 mph even when standing still. And that’s not all; as those of you who follow our Speed Shot tales (there’s a tag for that below) might’ve noticed, this is the Demon kit we recently discussed, so the front end features a reinterpretation of the crosshair grille that used to be found on so many Dodge models.
Die-hard truck lovers won’t be disappointed, as the pixel master plans to take the virtual build to the next level.
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It’s been less than 24 hours since former SRT CEO Ralph Gilles took to Instagram to talk about what comes next after the dissolution of SRT, assuring us that the Stellantis era won’t be without its performance cars.
Always on the hunt for fresh new design talent, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is planning to host yet another Drive for Design contest for aspiring automotive designers from high schools across the US. Submissions are due by 5pm Eastern Time on Thursday, April 9. That’s today, in case you lost track of time during quarantine.
Now this is how you put the Ram in Rampage. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has reimagined the Dodge Challenger Hellcat as Ram pickup along the lines of a modern Chevrolet El Camino SS. The muscle car-truck features a two-door, two-seat cabin, the grille from a Ram 1500 pickup and a short bed instead of a rear bench and trunk.
With more than 700 horsepower from its supercharged V8 engine and a quarter mile time of around 11 seconds, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat is by no means short on power. Versatility, however, is not its calling card, which might explain why YouTuber was inspired to create this Dodge Rampage-inspired Hellcat render.