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.
This could be the most impressive rendering we have ever shown on Motor1.com. What you see here and in the linked article is not a photo of an actual modern supercar arsenal, but a fairly detailed digital image. Just wow!
The combustion-powered Boxster and Cayman have until the middle of the decade to stay on sale and then a fully electric replacement will come. The first spy photo shows what a battery-powered Boxster looks like and this rendering tries to remove the camouflage for a clearer view.
There is a facelifted version of the ID.3 – Volkswagen’s first MEB-based electric vehicle – which is currently under development. It will arrive sometime next year and will carry the high-riding ID.3 SUV sibling, which is previewed in this rendering.
Don’t worry – the new 5 Series along with the range-topper M5 will continue to feature a proportionally sized grille. This render previews the latest design language of the sporty M5 and we’re pleased with what we’ve seen so far.