It’s easy to understand why a muscle car or a Ferrari is cool – the big engine and cool body. But car culture is also influenced by television, rarity, or just a generation growing up with a particular vehicle. The Volkswagen bus is a perfect example of this because it is slow, not sporty, but it can cost a lot of money.
Comedian Gabriel Iglesias is known as the VW Bus King, as his collection of Vdubs is reportedly worth more than $ 3 million. The Hoonigan crew recently made a feature film, but we still had trouble portraying the value of these vehicles. Fortunately, there is a set of renderings that take the visual display of the Microbus to the level where everyone is going to drool … or at least people in body sets are.
South American artist Rob3rt Design has created an impeccable 3D model of a racing station wagon he calls Volkswide. Brazil is like the second home of Volkswagen, and at one time produced more of its cars than Germany. Although this looks like a very old machine, the Type 2 model was produced there until 201
The one in the rendering looks more like a Porsche race car. Massive screen flares are added, almost doubling the width of the vehicle and giving it more character. The front also has a chin spoiler for extra downforce, while all trademark chrome trim has been blackened. New headlights in a kind of Singer 911 style show that the artist has taken into account all the finer details. But the real party is at the back, where we have a big engine transplant with some quad exhaust tips.
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