The people of New York along with all the tourists that frequently roam the streets were in for a treat the other day. On a trip through Times Square people spotted some rare cars and even a Batmobile replica. This comes shortly after the Colorado shooting for the new Dark Knight film which we are very sorry for the event that occurred that evening. Meanwhile, spectators in New York were able to feast their eyes on a new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 that was wrapped in chrome and is most likely the first of its kind.
German car wrap specialists CCG Automotive have customized this Dodge Challenger SRT8 with some unique exterior styling and serious power under the hood. While we thought Lambo doors were a thing of the past, they do make an appearance occasionally no matter how ridiculous they look. Perhaps the nicest aftermarket parts are the Asanti rims with Pirelli Scorpion Zero Rollers to fit perfectly under the widen fenders. The tuners then covered the sports car with their lime green car wrap featuring white racing stripes on the hood, roof and doors.
Revealing itself ahead of the New York Motor Show debut is the all new Dodge Viper SRT and the SRT Viper GTS. They both will receive the new logo called the “Stryker” which was determined by the Viper Club of America. Rumors about the powerplant state that the SRT Viper will hold a 8.4-liter V10 engine producing 640 bhp and 600 lb-ft of torque. This is supposedly the most torque of any naturally aspirated car in the world.
While this Dodge Challenger SRT-8 Limo is the first of its kind, it will definitely not be the last when limo manufacturer’s see this. This was built by the limousine company LA Custom Coach, and as stated in the video below, they are already constructing the second version. It was showcased at the Spring Festival in Irvine, California and received more attention than most of the luxury cars that were on display. Specifications show that the Dodge Challenger Limo was stretched 140 inches, while it received two new LED televisions and a full bar inside.
While we rarely cover truck tuning, this Xplore Dodge Ram caught our attention for all the outdoor enthusiasts around the world. The company behind the work, Venchurs Vehicle Systems, aims to provide custom projects for all types of SUVs and off-road vehicles. Now this picture is just a concept, but the company also plans to offer work for the Ford F-Series and Chevrolet Silverado, with up to four different stages of aftermarket customizations for your truck tuning.