Every week we release many renders. While some of them preview current new models coming out over the next few months, others are mostly done for fun. These envision super-futuristic creations that are unlikely to hit the production lines anytime soon, if ever.
Here at Motor1.com“We all love virtual drawings and that’s why we decided to publish an additional rendering article every week. It combines the best design exercises created by our own artists, as well as images provided by independent automotive designers, students and regular gearheads.
We will update this article every Thursday with the last week’s new renders. So you have all the cool digital interpretations at your fingertips when you want a glimpse into the future.
The electric version of the Boxster isn’t coming until the middle of the decade, although we already know a lot about it. In terms of design, we expect an evolution of the current Boxster with sharper lines, as seen in this exclusive rendering.
The new generation 5 Series is currently in development and we know for sure that there will be a long roof version. Thankfully, the Bavarian company won’t shake the boat with the car’s exterior design and will avoid fitting oversized grilles
With the Prologue concept, Toyota previewed what the production version of the next-generation C-HR will look like. It’s fair to say that the little crossover will retain its quirky design language, and this render previews the model with C-shaped headlights.
Volkswagen is putting the finishing touches on its first electric sedan. The ID.7 will be part of the growing ID family of electric vehicles and we expect it to appear in final and official form by the middle of this year. This rendering shows a preview of what it might look like.