Just a simple Logan 2 pre-facelift on bags I whipped up in Photoshop over the weekend.
It was bound to happen, a Tra-Kyoto tuned Dacia!
They usually do kits for drift cars and other RWD machines but hey, it’s my fantasy so I say this is a Dacia Logan 2 drift machine with a Rocket Bunny body kit!
Oh yeah, and if you like my digital art, be sure to check out my portfolio @vrnTech.ro.
I was cleaning up my Photoshop directory and I found this reverse angle of the “Slamdero”.
I bet James May is feeling the tension in his nether regions right now!
This time with even more JDM!
Based on a great photo by Bao Le.
I’m still not decided on what wheels I should get for my Dacia Sport so I decided to render it again. This time I used Marmoset Toolbag 2 and some 14×7 BDE
multipiece steel wheels. These are made by Extreme Offset Wheels.
Another Dacia, this time the new MCV, slammed cambered on 17s and a dark color. Nothing fancy!
If it’s not obvious enough, I’m a big fan of Dacia. I own two of them already 😛
So when they refreshed the Logan/Sandero line, I was really excited to see how they would look lowered. So I did this:
No body mods, just wheels and a drop!
I am the proud owner of this little bit of Romanian history: a Dacia 1410 Sport.
In the 80s, Dacia was building the Dacia 1310, an slightly upgraded Renault 12 under license. This 1410 Sport was a homologation special, a typical skunkworks project: without the bosses consent and little to no funding considering the state in which Romania’s economy was under the end of the communist regime during that period. It was quite a surprise that these got built. There were two series of this, the short door and the one I own and can see lower down, the long door. The short door is a very limited production car, with a only a couple of hundred ever made with a lot less than that in circulation. Thankfully there are a lot of enthusiasts here bringing these back to life out of pure passion for the brand.
The state in which my car currently sits can be seen here on my Facebook:
And finally, here are some renders of how I’d like the car to look like when it’s finished. I’m guessing the car will be on the street sometime next year, fingers crossed!
They made this in Romania in the 80s. They are basically chopped and shortened Renault 12s without any performance whatsoever. I happen to own one which is currently being restored and I was fooling around with it for the final paint scheme. Here it is in the colors of the Romanian Air Force a seen on the IAR 80 in the WW2!
All it needs now is a Gordini engine!
They should have called it the new Dacia SLAMdero!
James May approved!!!
Slamdero sounds more corny!