Toyota Supra was one of the best coupes that rolled in its time. Affordable, yet with a performance that could put supercars to shame. The car has been out of production for a while now, but many automobile enthusiasts probably will enjoy its return to the streets.
While battling machines in the post-apocalyptic world, you don’t quite want to face giant bugs armed to the teeth. Bugs are scary, bug-tanks are much worse. These renderings of the post-apocalyptic organic bug tank are the work of Armando Correa.
Countless movies and our own imagination have been proven wrong with the latest rendering of T-Rex. The fearsome T-Rex didn’t really look as frightening. Researchers had earlier said that dinosaurs looked like big, shiny birdies, but still, a T-Rex with feathers is kind of weird. Click image above for higher-resolution.
Auroras over the poles are something most people would love to see in person. Also, people would love to see them from space. An artist created this rendering of how auroras over both the poles will look from space, and the image looks quite good. Now all we need to do is forget that the aurora in the image stretches as far as the Middle East, and has an unholy height. Too bad this isn’t real, as a consolation, take a look at the highest resolution images of Earth released by NASA.
Studio Vizualtech has a thing for creating striking renderings for cars. This one is a 1968 Saab brought into the modern world. The car has a tubular chassis and a SVO Cobra 600 HP engine for brute power, and carbon fiber body panels. The 2010 Saab Custom shares a number of parts with the 2010 Cobra Mustang, and it’s on its way to being a real car.
The USA’s fifth generation superfighters, the F-22 Raptor and F-35 Lightning II have already taken to the air, and Russia is busy developing its own stealth superfighter, the Sukhoi PAK FA. Not much is known as to how the fighter looks, but Russian industrial designer Aleksander Dultsev has created renderings to show how the superfighter may look like. As these things go, the renderings are impressive.
The renderings for the Gentleman’s Racer Concept created by Mikael Lugnegard show a beautiful hotrod, that is old-school in essence but with touches of the modern way. He used Maya, Hypershot and Photoshop for these renderings of the simple but eye-catching retro-modern roadster.