Set to debut at SEMA 2012, the ICON D200 is based on the landmark 1965 crew cab, one of the vehicles to pave the way for America’s passion for powerful, reliable, crew cab trucks. Conceived in concert with ICON’s new custom Derelict and Reformer series, the overarching goal of the design study will be to create a modernized daily driver capturing the brawny, iconic design of the 1965 Dodge truck.
“We couldn’t be happier partnering with Banks on a project offering us the rare chance to fuse the bolder design elements of the D200 into a modern-day custom filled with all the power and drivability enthusiasts expect from each of our respective brands,” comments ICON Lead Designer and CEO Jonathan Ward. “ICON and Banks Power have discussed potential collaborations for quite some time, so to work on the D200 for SEMA with them is simply awesome. We have a lot of respect for Gale’s innovation and to consult with him and his company on a build like this is just a stellar opportunity.”
Learn more about the ICON D200 here.
- Source: eGarage