Best Renderings For Week 3 October

Every week we publish many renderings. While some of them see actual new models coming in the next few months, others are mostly done for fun. They envision super-futuristic creations that likely won’t hit the production line any time soon, if ever at all.

Here at Motor1.com, we all love virtual images and that’s why we thought we’d share one additional rendering article each week. It combines the best design exercises created by our own artists, as well as images provided by independent automotive designers, students and just regular gearheads.

We will update this article with new renderings from last week every Thursday. That way, you’ll have all the cool digital interpretations that come in handy when you want to take a quick look at the future.

Sorento may not look outdated but it will be updated in the near future. The SUV is currently being tested and this rendering showcases its design. We hope to see it for the first time in South Korea.

Kia Sorento facelift

Veygo, a temporary car insurance provider in the UK, wants to see what the future of the supercar segment looks like. The company used artificial intelligence, which created this strange and scary looking supercar.

Futuristic supercars

Not everyone is happy with the design of the second BMW M standalone model alone. The XM debuted a few weeks ago as the ideological successor to the M1, despite facing criticism from BMW fans. This rendering tries to fix what was broken on the front.

BMW XM with redesigned front fascia

The Espace was once one of the most widespread multipurpose vehicles on the European market. There are reports that the moniker could be resurrected based on the new Renault Austral, albeit with seven seats.

Renault Espace

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