According to the company, the company designers set out to design "the sportscar of 2035". As such, it not only features dramatic styling, but has a cockpit and engine cover made from graphene.
To complement the five exhaust tips protruding from the rear of the car, the Tomahawk is powered by hybrid drivetrain that combines a 7.0-litre V10 engine with a pneumatic, or compressed air, motor.
The car's pneumatic system not only drives the front wheels, but is also integrated into the suspension setup, pressurises the G-suit worn by the driver in the top-spec model, and activates the various aero panels that have been placed all over the Tomahawk's body.
In the base Tomahawk S, the hybrid setup has a total of 751kW of power. This is thanks to a 591kW version of the 7.0-litre V10 and a 160kW compressed air motor. Tipping the scales at 919kg, the Tomahawk S is claimed to have a top speed of over 400km/h.
Next up is the SRT Tomahawk GTR-S, which features a 848kW V10 mated to a 233kW pneumatic motor for a total system output of 1081kW. With weight shaved to just 662kg, this version of the Tomahawk is said to have a top speed of over 480km/h.
Last, but definitely not least, is the Tomahawk X. With the X standing for experimental, this model is fitted with a V10 engine redlined at 14,500rpm. The 7.0-litre V10 generates 1617kW on its lonesome. Combined with a 315kW compressed air unit, the Tomahawk X has a barely believable 1931kW at its disposal.
Top speed for the Tomahawk X is listed at 650km/h and its performance is so extreme that the driver is required to wear the aforementioned G-suit.
As with other Vision Gran Turismo vehicles, the SRT Tomahawk, in all its variations, will be available as free in-game download.