you should adjust the wheel offset a bit, the wheels look a bit far too inset, especially the rear wheels. other than that is obviously a 10/10 design
That van’s got a potential to become a drift missile.
Beautiful. Love your work!
This particular generation of Silverstar would have been commonly used for background shots for various 80s TV shows such as Knight Rider, Miami Vice and Magnum P.I. In real life, police and taxi versions would have been incredibly popular in major US cities such as Los Angeles and New York.
Everything on this car is so 1981. I absolutely love it! I hope you’ll post pictures about the police version too!
Just added some pictures of the police package. thanks y’all for the lovely comments!
That’s a huge improvement, I love the 2020 Surveyor
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The post-facelift Surveyor looks a whole lot better, with a more imposing appearance. Why not offer a true high-performance trim, with an even more powerful optional engine, in the form of a twin-turbo version of the 3.6L V6, to take on Euro equivalents such as the F-Pace R and Alfa Stelvio?
Realistic, masterfully crafted, very detailed, consistent, beautiful. In short - perfect. And that applies to the whole thread.
And I’m very picky.
As a transverse-engined front-driver, I don’t think it would be a direct competitor to the Stinger’s upper trim levels, but to traditional mid-sized sedans such as the Accord and Camry - I would still take it over either, though.
This is exactly what it is aimed at (accord, camry, fusion, malibu, etc) The Kia stinger reference was used because it has the same hatchback configuration.