Dodge Challenger Vapor is a sophisticated car with a look of grim. The car that was built by Galpin Auto Sports in the US Air Force project supercar is powered by a Mini ITX PC computer that is integrated with 120 GBSSD and Intel 15 quad-processor.
Reporting from Tech E Blog, the Dodge Challenger Vapor has doors inspired from Lamborghini, aero trim tabs and 20 custom-built wheels. This car is capable of running quietly by switching from regular mode to silent. The Vapor computer system equipped with a virtual measuring device that can diagnose itself, as well as the relay board which allows the driver to control Vapor via remote control from anywhere. Painted Stealth Black Vapor looks more violent.
Interestingly, the car is powered cameras roof-mounted thermal imaging that can rotate 360 degrees. Where the images captured by the camera will be visible in the windshield.