A Ford 9N with less ground clearance but a lot more awesome!
And the original:
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!
My Facebook page reached 1000 likes and I ran a small contest. The winner requested this: the Aro 244. I got to chose the style and I went for a slammed 4×4 rat rod look.
It’s a quick and dirty ‘shop, hope you like it!
This time with even more JDM!
Based on a great photo by Bao Le.
Here’s something new: a screenshot from Assetto Corsa used as a base to create this crazy wide-bodied street version of the Z4 GT3. Just do it BMW!!!
Here’s another “0day” tuning job. I tried to replicate what someone would do to the new 2015 M3 if they bought one very early on: minimal stuff with maximum impact.
– suspension work
– SSR SP1 wheels in matte black
– darkened chrome
– simplified front bumper
This just came out so I had to do something with it. Hence the healthy drop, BBS wheels, rolled fenders and a de-badged and slightly revised front bumper. Oh yeah and a “rope” of garlic hanging in the mirror. Why garlic? I’m romanian, we put garlic in everything!
Another Dacia, this time the new MCV, slammed cambered on 17s and a dark color. Nothing fancy!
This was the second photshop I did for Supercar magazine’s contest, after the Opel Corsa one. Since they realized that I was the only one really competing (;)), they asked me to stop submitting work so other people can win. They offered me a collaboration and I got to do 3d models of unreleased cars based on nothing more than spy photos.
Looking back at this, I’d say it’s a bit tacky. I was going for the bird of pray look hence the lights and the talon-like spoked wheels. The name was meant to suggest that the new twin turbo engine will bring out the beast in the BMW 6-cylinder motor.