|SRT Tomahawk X Vision Gran Turismo|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 6 (Update)|
Gran Turismo Sport
|Interior in GT6||Simple|
Dodge (GT Sport)
|Engine||144-degree 6.98-liter V10|
|Max Power||2,586 BHP|
|Performance Points||962 PP|
|Max Torque||943.4 lb-ft|
|Top Speed||608 Km/h (378 mph)[]|
|Weight||749 kilograms (1,650 lb)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||0.28 kg (0.62 lb) per horsepower|
"Power exceeding 2,500 horsepower and cornering capabilities of a jet fighter. An extreme machine for only the chosen few."
The X is the ultimate expression of extreme performance. It takes the Tomahawk’s performance capability to the limit of human reflexes and the boundary of human physiology. Even with the assistance of the G-suit, an extensive seven-month training program is required to build up the driver’s condition in order to pilot the experimental Tomahawk X at 10/10ths. Only the fittest drivers are considered for this training program.
Colossal levels of lateral acceleration are achieved with the full complement of the Tomahawk X aerodynamic system, which includes nine independently actuating aerodynamic panels. In addition to the dual-element rear wing and underbody splitter, the X is equipped with corner wing panels that deploy above each of the four wheels. There are also two rudder panels located at each rear skirt. The corner wings and rudder panels work in concert with the rear wing and splitter to create not only massive amounts of vertical downforce but also the revolutionary effect of yaw force – a laterally acting force that bends the air sideways and sails the car through the bends similar to an airplane. In addition to downforce and yaw force, the panels can be deployed in a high-drag braking mode. The panels blossom away from the vehicle to their maximum extent, nearly doubling the projected frontal area of the car in a parachute of composite panels.
In low-drag mode, all of the X’s panels are retracted and seal against the vehicle body. As the vehicle approaches terminal velocity, the remaining pneumatic pressure can be released into the sides and rear of the car to modify and decrease the size of the turbulent air wake. This further decreases aerodynamic drag in order to achieve the Tomahawk’s top speed. Output of the Tomahawk X’s V10 engine is upgraded to more than 2,000 horsepower. With fully charged pneumatic cylinders, the total AWD output of the X is increased to more than 2,500 horsepower, which can propel the Tomahawk to previously unimaginable levels of speed.
The player can purchase this car from the Vision Gran Turismo dealership for 1,000,000 Credits.
This car can be purchased in the Dodge section of Brand Central for 1,000,000 Credits.
In terms of performance, this car is virtually unrivaled compared to almost any other car, not just in the entire game, but that of the entire series, in terms of nearly all its aspects, ranging from speed, acceleration, handling, braking and stability, with the capability to reach even above 650km/h on its low drag mode, and over 580km/h, normally. Strangely enough, despite these qualities, the car actually has a lower braking and handling stat than the Mercedes-AMG F1 W08 EQ Power+. The car's turning circle and velocity is faster than even the most advanced race cars, but due to its extremely violent cornering forces, even the lightest inputs could lead to over-running corners, if done carelessly with wrong timing. Its braking is also another thing - as the stopping power on this car is even near-instantaneous, so if you really want to achieve the fastest possible lap times, even managing the braking force, as well as its timing, is crucial. On lower speeds, especially on first gear, the car also has some considerable wheelspin as well. This is also by far the most difficult car to drive in perhaps the whole series, due to it requiring advanced reactions, reflexes, timing, and knowledge of the track layout together, all without even thinking about it.
- White / Liquid Silver / Adrenaline Red
- White / Adrenaline Red
- White / Venom Green
- Liquid Silver / Adrenaline Red
- Liquid Silver / Crush Orange
- Gun Metal / Spitfire Orange
- Black / Adrenaline Red
- Black / Race Yellow
- Black / Venom Green
- Spidfire Orange / Carbon Details
- Devil Blue / Carbon Details
- Carbon Prototype
- Ralph Gilles - Head of Design, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V.
- Mark Trostle - Head of Dodge and SRT Design
- Nicho Vardis - Manager, SRT Exterior Design
- Paul Hoste - Designer - SRT Tomahawk
- Adam Hubers - Designer - G-Suit
- Mike Shinedling - SRT Advanced Engineering Manager
- Jeff Reece - SRT Vehicle Integration
- Hollywood Heuschele - SRT Vehicle Dymanics
- Todd Olson - CDD Manager
- Paul Bucchare - CDD Manager
- Bob Hamilton - CDD Designer
- Jeff Mitchell - CDD Designer
- Todd McKinzie - Design Engineer
- Rick Mackie - Studio Planning
- Paul Leibold - Studio Wheel Design
- Dianna Gutierrez - Head of Design Communications
- Pete Jacobsen - Powertrain NVH
- Jay Bernard - Media Director
- Armando Iaizzo - CIE/Dolly Grip
- Jason Warrow - Visualization
- It is currently the fastest car in the Gran Turismo series to date.
- It is the only car that can outrun the racing line in the game.
- It is also the most powerful car in the series overall, and even for naturally aspirated cars. It is also the only car in the series to exceed more than 2,000 horsepower.
- The panels are activated once the car hits 19 mph (30 km/h), and retracts back into the body at around 267 mph (430 km/h).
- In the Gran Turismo games, the vehicle's production year is tagged as 2035.
- While the interior of this car in GT6 is shown as a dark silhouette, a fully detailed interior for this car was later added in GT Sport. Not counting the other variants of the SRT Tomahawk, this is one of only four Vision Gran Turismo cars from GT6 to receive fully detailed interiors, the others being the Nissan CONCEPT 2020 Vision Gran Turismo, the Mazda LM55 Vision Gran Turismo and the Toyota FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo.