Ralph Gilles is the CEO of SRT and is behind concept cars such as the SRT Tomahawk X, a concept car with 9 pneumatic panels allowing the car to turn at high speeds.Ralph Gilles was born on the 14th January 1970 and was designing concept cars since he was 8. After submitting them to Chrysler, a well-known car company then, he was prompted to join a design school.  After joining the College for Creative Studies in Detroit and received an Executive MBA from the Michigan State University.Ralph Gilles replaced the retiring Trevor Creed as Senior Vice President and CEO of the Dodge company, an American car company. Two years later he retired from the position to become the CEO of Chrysler’s Street and Racing Technology division.Gilles has designed many cars, including the Vehicles for Fiat, Maserati, alpha  Romeo, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Chrysler. His most famous models are the new Dodge Viper, SRT Tomahawk X and the Chrysler 300.For my masterpiece project, I will be designing the chassis for a 1/10 scale R/C car based on the SRT Tomahawk.The SRT Tomahawk is a concept vehicle designed in 2015. It has 9 dynamic pneumatic panels which act as airbrakes, creating yaw force to help the car turn at high speeds and stop from several hundred miles per hour to a standstill in under 5 seconds. The car’s top speed is 400 mile per hour (Not Kilometers per hour. The car really is that fast!) but this has only been run on advanced aerodynamics and other computational simulations. The main focus of the car is, however, the airbrakes, which can create several tonnes of drag and downforce when required. The car has 8 ultra-sonic sensors which can roughly detect the ground in front of the car, and make changes to the airbrake presets and allow them to adjust themselves to cope with the terrain in front of it. The Tomahawk’s light composite chassis allows it to maintain it’s the lightness even with its large V10 motor. The exhaust of the V10 engine is routed to the rear diffuser in a series of paired runners. The exhaust’s fumes run into the aerodynamics system and the rear diffuser, stopping buffering and creating downforce without drag. Massive levels of lateral