Been busy and stressed at work, hence this monstrosity call WTHIT, What The Hell Is This. I am Dr Frankenstein. Name all four cars and models I’ve combined into one here.
According Auto Express, Volkswagen is producing new variants of its second-generation Tiguan SUV. Volkawagen is expected to launch a seven-seater long-wheelbase Tiguan and a coupe Tiguan. I have a feeling Volkswagen’s interpretation of ‘coupe’, simply means a 3-door Tiguan.
The current 7th generation Volkswagen Golf was unveiled in 2012. This generation of Golf will get a mid-life update come March. News has it that the 8th generation Golf will debut end of 2017. These are my impressions of how the 8th generation Golf might look.
Here are my impressions of the next generation Volkswagen Polo. Not sure if I like the front rendering though.
Despite the recent diesel scandal, Volkswagen is still determine to launch a new generation of Phaeton in two to three years time. Will it look like these renderings? I rendered these by clothing the Volkswagen C Coupe GTE body onto the shell of Audi A8.
Renderings of second generation Volkswagen Amarok with reference to the Crossblue Concept.
This is my idea for the Volkswagen Eos replacement, rendered here in the form of Sport Cabriolet Concept GTE. I read somewhere that if Volkswagen replaces the Eos, it will ditch the foldable hard-top mechanism for a simpler cloth roof.
Thought I make a wagon out of the Volkswagen C Coupe GTE Concept. If the C Coupe GTE previews the new Phaeton, these renderings previews the Phaeton Variant.
This is my second time trying to render a replacement for the Volkswagen Scirocco. Both times, I based my renderings on the Audi Sport Quattro Concept. This time I also used design elements seen on the Volkswagen Sport Coupe GTE Concept. Lastly I thought I bring back the Corrado name.
When Volkswagen revealed the 6th generation Transporter, they shot a photo of the two-tone T6 with the original Microbus. This got me thinking about a different T6 with front design of the Volkswagen Bulli Concept from 2011, as a more appropriate homage to the Microbus. Maybe Volkswagen can consider this as a optional front for […]