Virtual Automotive Masterpieces: CGI Mustangs, Cyberpunk ‘Cudas & More

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Virtual Automotive Masterpieces
Virtual Automotive Masterpieces

Andreas Richter, the digital artist behind richter.cgi, has recently revealed a stunning new project: a Fox Body third-generation Ford Mustang. This virtual creation captures attention with its unique white-and-blue livery, harmoniously merging the allure of classic muscle cars with a contemporary twist.

Drawing inspiration from the 1987 to 1993 Fox Body era, Richter’s work goes beyond mere restoration, offering a vision tailored for the digital racetracks of Gran Turismo. Big alloy wheels with Goodyear Eagle F1 tires accentuate its aggressive look and show off its potential on simulated raceways. This Mustang is a remarkable work of digital automobile art, transporting spectators to the exhilarating world of virtual motorsport with its racecar-inspired cabin.

Virtual Automotive Masterpieces
Virtual Automotive Masterpieces (hugosilvadesigns / Instagram)

Hugo Silva, another virtuoso of digital automotive design, takes a different approach with his reinterpretation of a 1974 Plymouth Barracuda Hardtop. While the Barracuda’s silhouette remains unmistakable, Silva’s visionary design introduces radical modifications, pushing the boundaries of imagination.

From futuristic lighting elements to an aggressive widebody aerodynamic kit, every detail reflects Silva’s innovative approach to automotive design. Finally, Abimelec Arellano’s contribution to the digital automotive world takes the form of an apocalyptic Ford Crown Victoria.

Featuring rugged chassis modifications, a supercharged V8 engine, and menacing wheel and tire combinations, Arellano’s creation embodies the spirit of survival in a desolate wasteland. With each brushstroke, he transports viewers to a world where chaos reigns, and only the strongest survive.


By Jayson O'Neil

Jayson is a car-o-holic, and you will often find him writing about cars & bikes here at DaxStreet. You can reach out to him at [email protected]

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