Gray Design shows off Dune Buggy, Supercar concepts

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Features rugged and sculpted exterior design

Gray Design, a Swedish industrial design company, has revealed the rendered images of the Sidewinder and Vapour GT concepts.

The Sidewinder concept is a sand dune buggy designed to take on any terrain. Gray Design says the Sidewinder concept is equipped with high-tech chassis, front and rear boxed chromoly arms, front and rear anti-sway bars and 3.0 King bypass shock absorbers.

Up front, the Sidewiner concept is fitted with slim headlights, aggressive front bumper, arching fenders and sculpted hood. The side of the vehicle comes with strong chararcter lines that make the Sidewinder concept look rugged. At the rear, it has narrow tallights as well as a spoiler. The rear bumper of the Sidewinder concept is accented by silver garnish.

Inside, it features a Swedspot Android-based OLED infotainment system and display screens. Swedspot is a Swedish company that provides open infotainment systems. Looking at the rendered interior image, the cabin of the Sidewinder concept is dominated by black along with chrome trims as seen on the door panel and dashboard.

It is powered by a Chevrolet LSX Bowtie big block engine that delivers 613 PS at 6400rpm and 600 Nm of torque at 5400rpm. It can go from 0-100 km/h in 5.5 seconds with a top speed of 150 km/h.

Aside from the Sidewinder concept, Gray Design has also came up with the Vapour GT which was developed for the “radical” automotive enthusiasts.

The Vapour GT features sculpted edges along with strengthened glass aerofoils at the front and rear. The lightweight carbon fiber body of the Vapour GT was based on the Caterham SP 300 R. With this, Gray Design says the vehicle has a curb weight of under 900 kg.

It is powered by a 2.0-liter supercharged Ford Duratec engine that generates 304 PS with 213 Nm of torque. Gray Design claims the vehicle can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 4.2 seconds with a top speed of 290 km/h.

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