Combining brutal aesthetics and design with the speed of a sports car, the Brutal Chevrolet Caravan is an unusual combination, but executed correctly, it has the right material to catch our eye.
Presented in a two-minute, seven-second video that shows the rendering from every angle, both parked and on the road, this digital Chevrolet Caravan is a mix of modern and old, and the result is quite impressive.
The Chevrolet Caravan was sold in Brazil between 1969 and 1992, and was the first passenger car manufactured in Brazil by the General Motors do Brasil division. Throughout its useful life, the Caravan was offered as a coupé, sedan and station wagon, with station wagon models bearing the “Caravan” nomenclature. A Caravan used by the Federal Police and the military government of Brazil, but also as a taxi and also in races, offering impressive reliability and space in the engine compartment for the exchange of a V8.
This rendering of the Chevrolet Caravan looks extremely impressive, boasting massively flared wheel arches that house large, multi-spoke wheels. Underneath the wheels is a set of gigantic brake calipers and perforated brake discs, with the locks painted orange to match the roll cage inside.
The front panel also gets a unique treatment, including an orange line down the center of the grille and a geometric fit. Corner lights are finished in black. The rear fascia is highlighted by round brake lights, which are a nice addition to the round dual exhausts integrated into the lower bumper. We also see a prominent diffuser element near the pavement and a large spoiler at the top.
Later, the rendering switches to a blue finish with green highlights, while also giving us a rolling image of her on the road.
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