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Reviewed: Tomahawk Game Car

by David Zatz on

Years ago, Chrysler surprised the world with its V10-powered  motorcycle concept, dubbed the Tomahawk. In the end, only ten were sold — none certified for on-road use.

Now, the company has created a new concept car carrying the same name and a smaller V-10 engine. While thousands, if not millions, will no doubt be sold, none will hit the street — because the 2035 Tomahawk is a virtual car, designed for the Gran Turismo 6 video game on Play Station gaming systems. That does not mean it does not have any real engineering built in — the game rules forbid just makin’ stuff up, though the engine power output is an open question — but the company has decided not even to make a single copy for car shows, given the high cost of doing so.

2013 Vision Tomahawk being played

Last week, we posted details of the 2035 SRT Vision Tomahawk; today, is featuring a hands-on review of the “car” and gaming system from Gran Turismo veteran Patrick Rall, who also won a gaming competition among journalists to see who could get the car around the track fastest.  Continue to allpar for the full story and new photos (with video).

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