Here Is What A Dodge Hornet-Inspired Durango Would Look Like!

A More Sleek Look For The Three-Row Dodge SUV...

With the debut of the all-new 2023 Dodge Hornet, a lot of people have complained that the Hornet is nothing more than a badge-engineered Alfa Romeo. While that might be somewhat true, the Hornet does give us a peek at some design elements we might see on future vehicles.

That being said, it didn’t take long for digital artists on the interwebs to take to their photoshop programs to blend elements of the new Hornet’s styling with the rest of Dodge’s current portfolio. 

2023 Dodge Hornet-Infused Durango Design. (KDesignAG).

Brazilian artist Kleber Silva (@kdesignag), posted his creation of the current Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat with an updated Hornet treatment earlier this week. 

Using the Hornet’s front fascia, headlamps, and grille, Silva morphed the Durango from a menacing and aggressive look to something sleek and fast. While many people may question the Hornet’s styling now, it looks much better in person than what you have seen via Livestream and in doctored-up press photos. But does it work on Durango? We will leave that up to you to decide. 

2023 Dodge Hornet-Infused Durango Design. (KDesignAG).

Silva also did a rendering of the rear of the vehicle, fusing the 2023 Dodge Hornet’s new “racetrack” taillight design that features an illuminated “Rhombi” logo in the center of it. Let’s just say, that the design looks right at home on the rear of the Durango and updates the look with have come to know well since 2013.

What are your thoughts on this Hornet-infused Durango? Leave your comments below, or on the MoparInsiders.com forums page.

Source: KDesignAG

Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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I don't mind the front end photoshop work, but I do think it's a miss that the Hornet doesn't have a complete circuit shape on it's "racetrack" tails, so I don't care for it here.

The illuminated rhombi is cool however.

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