A new Ford Bronco is yet to be officially confirmed, but now us hopefuls can all stop crowding around that one silly render Four Wheeler made for April Fool’s Day 2014, or that Bronco concept from a decade back. This new concept art from Bronco6G is my favorite modern interpretation of the vehicle yet.
We won't always know what a car will look like two years in advance. That's when speculative renderings and lots of Photoshop action based on gossip and spy photos comes in handy, but more often than not these speculative renders have little relation to reality.
Aside from a few random sketches, we don't yet know what the neo-Enzo Ferrari F150 will look like yet. But artist Josiah LaColla has cooked up some renderings of his own, and they're pretty hot.
Germany's Auto-BILD wanted to cast another rumor about an upcoming mini-G Wagen based on the A-Class called the GLG, so they drew up a rendering and slapped it on their front cover. We're not exactly convinced by their work.
You saw the grim future of a budget-capped Formula One. Forget that. Let's dream big: all the way to Mach 2. Designer Vincent Montreuil’s flying Ferrari concept comes with twin turbos—turbostator engines, that is.
Check out these official 2010 Kia Sorento sketches. Fascinating? Yeah, we're not overly impressed either. Not about the car per se, but teaser sketches in general.
Cutaways. We've always loved them, but never understood how they're made or what incredibly anal person created them. Here's the answer: Yoshihiro Inomoto, and he's been mastering these cartistic marvels for 40 years.
Based on a few patent drawings for the 2010 Nissan 370Z Roadster, these artist renderings of the droptop-to-be give us an idea what to expect.
In 2003, BMW brought the 6-Series back after a 14-year hiatus. Some felt it didn't pay homage to the classic 635CSi. Now, Racer X has come to the rescue with their BMW RZ-M6 concept.
Hyundai’s follow-up to the much-acclaimed Genesis sedan leaked onto the web today and thanks to Hyundai-Blog we’ve got the official designer sketches as well.
3D artist and designer Stefan Schulze did something we wish someone inside an actual car company would — revive the design of the Ford V8-powered De Tomaso Pantera of the 1970s. Once sold at Lincoln-Mercury dealerships, the Pantera — along with the Porsche 930 (911 Turbo) — was the symbol of vehicular sexiness for the…