After presenting us with a series of realistic and good-looking Japanese car renderings (Nissan Fairlady Z and Mitsubishi Lancer EVO XI), industrial design student, Enoch Gabriel Gonzales is now trying his hands on an iconic American car – the Dodge Charger.
The current-generation model has been with us since 2011 but there are no words from Dodge when the new Charger will emerge. However, thanks to the wonders of the internet, the 2019 model has been realistically imagined.
Starting from the front, Enoch’s interpretation of the new car gains an aggressive nose flanked by a pair of chiseled headlights. These, together with a flatter grille, give the sedan a wider, more prominent stance.
Down the sides, the scallop has moved from the front door to the front wings, giving the car a longer profile. It also sports a set of Alfa Romeo Guilia-inspired alloy wheels.
Around the back, Enoch has given the 2019 charger a duck tail rear end that, to our eyes, doesn’t quite gel with the rest of the design. Still, it’s complete with the Charger’s trademark connected taillights to stand out from the crowd.
What do you think? Good enough for Dodge to adopt the design?