Back about half a century ago, America’s idea of aerodynamics involved putting a pointed nose and a giant wing on a powerful muscle car. As difficult as the concept was by today’s standards, the Dodge Daytona became an icon and is today seen as an exotic taste of the vintage V8.
In their honor, Dodge tried to take advantage of Dayton’s fame by releasing the charger-based limited edition a few years back. However, the sedan did not do that for us. Not only did it lack a giant wing, but it also had too many doors.
But where the buildings try to hide the ends of the challenger, this rendition of Rostislav Prokop has elements from both models. Yes, Daytona’s long nose and wing are present, but you can see the four headlights of the modern muscle car, along with the 3.5-inch (or more) extra width from the Widebody model.
The artist also took the time to put his 3D model into a realistic environment, which resulted in a video from social media that might have tricked many into believing it was a real car. We know that bingving is not ideal for downforce, but muscle building is often about posture. We see narrow suspension, a diffuser and window lovers in this rendering, all elements borrowed from other genres.