Chrysler mocks up world’s first supercar motorhome

The motorhome is based on the powerful Dodge Viper sports car

by Chris Jefferies

Ever wondered what a motorhome would look like if the car it was based on was a bit more glamorous? US carmaker Chrysler clearly has, as this photo shows.

Petrolheads were alerted to a possible reincarnation of the popular Dodge Viper SRT-10 on the Chrysler Facebook page last night (June 9th).

With more than a hint of tongue-in-cheek, the Chrysler team behind the SRT-10 said: “We dodged death to sneak you this top-secret photo.”

The car this creation is based on is hardly what caravan owners would typically call a sensible tow car, as the Viper SRT-10 costs upwards of £50,000 when new.

Whilst it may do a top speed of 202 mph, the Viper was always renowned for its erratic handling, although the Chrysler team appear to have fixed that by adding an extra axle and two extra wheels.

Although they claim that this sketch is “a taste of what’s to come”, it’s hard to see this idea catching on in the UK’s camp sites.