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.
I did this for a virtual tuning competition for a local car magazine back in 2006. I won a 1:18th scale Hummer for this piece and went on to do some collaborations with them on other projects 🙂
I’ve used the bumper from a Vectra, the rear diffuser from a Clio RS and lots of details from the Opel Antara concept car.
Not very unlikely this one but I still love the classic shape of this Coupe. All it needs is a drop and some Work VS-XX.
These are some of my favorite wheels. I like them better that the similarly shaped BBS LM because the Works have a larger center and simple (as in not stepped) lips.
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!
Take a classic and desecrate it with an unhealthy drop, blacked out chrome and some of the most JDM rims ever: SSR Mesh. You get something so awesome most Euro fans won’t be able to accept, not even as a photoshop…
So BMW just launched the 2 series coupe. Hopefully people start doing things like this to it in the future. Until then, here’s some virtual tuning to start your appetite:
So yeah, just wheels, a drop and some crazy colors. Simplest formula for automotive awesomeness ever!
Just a two-toned slammed 308 to piss off the purists!
Two toned slammed blasphemy!
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!
Barely out on sale so somebody had to drop it.
To keep with the low-cost theme, it sits on XXR 527s!
Your kids will love you!