With the technology available nowadays, a hypercar like the SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo isn’t so hard to imagine. Featuring a 2,590 horsepower V10 engine, with a top speed of 404 mph and a pneumatic system that delivers power to all 4 wheels, complete with retractable aerodynamic panels. This same system also modifies the suspension based on road conditions, and can even pressurizes the G-Suit drivers are required to wear. Continue reading for a video and more information.
“‘Accumulators’ on the front axle and attached to the engine can restore compressed air to the tanks, where it is used to power the front axle, as well as actuators controlling the Tomahawk’s multitude of active aerodynamic components. The hardest-core model, the Tomahawk X, gets nine pneumatically actuated aero bits: a pair of underbody splitters, a flap on each rear quarter-panel, flaps above each wheel, and a three-piece rear wing,” reports Car and Driver.