The Sidewinder is a 600-HP Luxury Dune Buggy That Can Hit Over 90 MPH on Sand

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Comes powered by a LSX Bowtie big block.

Swedish design house Gray Design has unveiled its latest project – a high-end dune buggy dubbed the Sidewinder that represents the ultimate vehicle for traversing sandy terrain. Power comes from an LSX Bowtie big block with 630 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque, helping the sand dune racer sprint to sixty in 4.2 seconds and reach a top speed of over 90 mph.

The high-tech chassis sports a suspension with front and rear boxed chromoly arms, front and rear anti-sway bars and 3.0 KING bypass shock absorbers. Inside, the Sidewinder boasts an array of OLED infotainment screens by Swedspot, combined with a totally customizable Android-based platform. A standardized Vehicle Application Programming Interface (API) provides access to data from the vehicle’s sensors and signals.

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