Last week I offended the Italians with the Ferrari crossover rendering. This week, I’m hiding from the Americans because of these, a weird combination of Chevrolet Camaro with the front of Dodge Challenger and rear of Ford Mustang.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. A month ago, Car and Driver and Road & Track both featured these two renderings.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. Another open top supercar! There’s no news or even rumor though about a topless Ford GT. This is just a mere imagination. Looks good though; I must say.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. These were first seen in Road & Track a month ago. I guess Gulf is a reputable brand, cause people who saw the renderings in that site really like these renderings.
I actually wanted to render e Ford Mustang Shooting Break. But my renderings ended up looking more like a hatchback. What a fail.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. These were first seen in Road & Track a month ago. Zach Bowman suggests Ford to build a Mustang with 2.3 liter Ecoboost engine with 310bhp. Well I guess the smaller engine will suit other markets like Europe and Asia better.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. According Road & Track, the new Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 will only be available as coupe. A convertible with the roof off would reduce stiffness so much, that the point of the GT350 would be negated. Hope this doesn’t disappoint too many Shelby enthusiasts.
Always felt that the current Ford Ranger deserves a meaner, more aggressive front, hence this new fascia borrowed from the latest Ford Everest.
Initially I was doing just a quick adjustment to the height of the Edge as I believe it looks better so. Eventually I also rendered it as a 3-door crossover, with revised front (slimmer grille) and steeper rear windows. I guess in my eccentric world, this Edge 3-door will complete with my Jeep Cherokee 3-door. […]
I wonder if Ford has plans to do an RS variant of the new Escort.