Volkswagen has come up with many variants of the Up!. From Buggy Up!, Cross Up!, e-Up! and Load-Up!; to Fuq-Up! and Pick-Up!. And now Volkswagen will launch a wind-powered variant, call Wind-Up!
According to Andrei Nedelea of carscoops.com, Audi is plotting a premium electric vehicle based on the Volkswagen e-Up! in 2015. Here’s my thought of how it might look, but not too successful an attempt.
This is quite an old news, but Volkswagen is planning the Up! based compact sedan shorter than 4 meter long, specifically for the India market. Curious why Indians love their sub 4-meter sedans? Head here for an interesting read.
Here’s something fun stupid for Wednesday. Hope these two renders bring you some laughter. P.S. Happy Leap Day.
The Volkswagen Up 4-door has just been revealed (left). My earlier rendering (right) is pretty close don’t you think?
Remember the Volkswagen Up Lite Concept? Well, given how close the production Up looks to the Up Concept, I imagine these as the production Up Lite Concept, and names it as COup-E. It will be Volkswagen’s compact electric coupe. To render the COup-E, I’ve given the Up Lite Concept a production side skirts, revised front […]
According to Autocar, Skoda technical chief Eckhard Scholz said a fivefour-door version of the Citigo, previewed by the Volkswagen Cross Up at the recent Frankfurt motor show, would be “the most important” of the new cars. He also said of the Citigo, “The three-door looks good, but the four-door is even better in my opinion.”
Sorry guys, been busy at work hence the lack of (quality) renderings. Wanted to render a sporty Up! roadster. It ends up looking… well… as the name suggest, fuq up.
I remember reading somewhere there’ll be SEAT and Skoda versions of the Up!. And these are my attempts in rendering the other two of the Up! triplets.
Above front 3/4 view rendering is my entry to CarSpyShots.net Photoshop Contest 7. I had no idea what to render out of the original Volvo C30, so I just add two more doors. It’s not going to be a spacious hatchback. Anyway below are the side and rear 3/4 view renderings.