Dodge Viper Widebody Kit Is One Extreme Way To Get Attention
An automotive digital designer who answers to Hycade has been on YouTube for just barely a year, but already the artist has accumulated an enviable following of nearly 90,000 fans. Placing a focus on what luxury supercars and legendary muscle cars would look like in body kits, Hycade has done some pretty elaborate treatments on such rides as a cyberpunked Lamborghini Huracan, the badass Ford Mercury Mach 1, and the Corvette C8 with a widebody on par with other “Black Widow renderings. The graphic artist continues to garner more eyeballs, this time with a unique alteration of the much-loved Dodge Viper.
Commended as one of the most famous supercars to at any point rise up out of American plants, the Viper was abundantly cherished for its extended body and roadster forms. Yet, with the whole car industry confronting declining deals the beyond couple of years, Dodge stopped creation on the Viper in 2017, putting its sportscar trusts on the undeniably famous Corvette Z06 all things considered.
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At least the fifth and last generation of Vipers left the spotlight in zoom mode, thanks to a six-speed manual transmission and an 8.4-liter V10 engine delivering 645 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque. All that power enabled this Dodge to hit a top speed of 206 mph and charge to 60 mph from a standstill in 3.4 seconds.