Jonsibal’s Digital Dodge Charger and Mustang GTD: A Bold Creative Twist

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Jonsibal's Digital Dodge Charger and Mustang GTD
Jonsibal's Digital Dodge Charger and Mustang GTD

Jonsibal, a social media artist known for his Japanese-inspired car designs, took a detour from his usual Mopar focus.

This came amidst the online debate about Dodge’s eighth-generation Charger, available in both EV and gas-powered versions and offered as a two-door or four-door.

Jonsibal jumped into the digital car scene with a wild creation: a green Daytona with widened tracks, bold fender flares, a new front lip, and a lowered air suspension.

Jonsibal's Digital Dodge Charger and Mustang GTD
Jonsibal’s Digital Dodge Charger and Mustang GTD (jonsibal / Instagram)

Three-piece wheels, a classic Daytona-style rear wing, and extra speakers connected to the exhaust for extra sound completed the package. But Jonsibal’s American muscle car fascination didn’t stop there.

Forget the sub-seven-minute Nürburgring lap time, a new challenge emerges for the 2025 Ford Mustang GTD disappearing in under a minute.

This isn’t real-world testing, but the imaginative world of a digital artist who envisioned the GTD as a modern Eleanor, the iconic muscle car from “Gone in 60 Seconds.”

While the GTD boasts a monstrous 800-hp engine and undeniable supercar DNA, this rendition stays true to Eleanor’s spirit with modernized design cues to match the S650’s contemporary look.

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Dana Phio

By Dana Phio

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