Oreology's Viettor & Rusa

2000 Tioro Saikai GSR. A nimble and lightweight sports car with a 250hp 3.0L V6, 6-spd manual and AWD.

Designed & built by @iivansmith engineered by @Oreology

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Master of detail! Amazing car and very inspiring design. Very well done, looking forward to seeing the next model of the brand :raised_hands::raised_hands::raised_hands:

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It reminds me of an Alfa 8C and a GMA T.50 - an intoxicating application of modern design cues to an older body. If you applied this philosophy to a larger car powered by a normally aspirated V8, V10 or V12, I would expect the results to be even more stunning.

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Hi guys! Thanks for the kind words, really appreciate it! And yup I can see Vienne’s resemblance to the Alfa 8C and GMA T.50, but actually my main inspiration was the DeTomaso P72 haha, sort of that retro-modern style which I thought was kinda interesting.

Vienne’s design goal was just a super light and super small car (kinda the most basic/analogue sports car) haha, but yeah maybe (someday) I will do another retro-modern style with a higher output and larger engine!

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If the four-cylinder Vienne is the appetizer, the Vescaya, with its monstrous V12, is the main course. If anything, it’s even more of a retro-futuristic showcase in minimalism on the outside, with its clean upper surface. I suspect you used the Valkyrie-esque body as a base, but the Vienne was built on one of the 50s/60s prototype bodies instead.

And with such a huge gap in performance between them, there should be plenty of room for an intermediate model or two - they could be powered by 6- or 8-cylinder engines.

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Simply stunning, with some interesting tech inside and impressive stats.

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This is one the closest thing I could imagine as an Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale hommage. Awesome level of detail, great specs combination (love the N/A boxer 4 choice)… Makes you wanna drive it.

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Here I go again ahahhahahaha Dude, u’re killing it!! This well shows how far Automation has gone. I’d just want to jump straight into the game and going insane creating something similar which surely won’t come out as good as yours :sweat_smile: . Really inspiring work

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How long did it take? It’s actually a masterpiece.

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An absolute masterclass of design. Gorgeous as per usual man

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A masterpiece of engineering, design and passion

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Thank you very much for the kind words everyone, really appreciate it!

So these cars probably take around a month each maybe? I usually start off with a basic idea/concept and then do first iteration, and then just keep iterating and adding detail until it looks kinda “right” I guess? For Vesselia I reworked the exterior design maybe twice and interior three times.

Yet another stunner from Viettor - the Vesselia is a proper grand tourer through and through. It would be even better with proper sports compound tires, though, and an RWD version with a detuned N/A version of the Vescaya’s V12 would be an ideal stepping stone from the V10 model to the flagship. On top of that, a convertible variant would also be a great addition to the range.

And judging by the proportions, I have a hunch that the Vesselia is built on one of the '56 Swinger body sets.

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Damn, stats are just about as impressive as the styling. I really like the choice of a relatively small, high revving V10.

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That’s exactly what McLaren chose for the Solus, and De Tomaso will do the same with its P900 (although the latter will have a V12 option later on). It also reminds me of GMA and its small V12 displacing less than 4.0 liters.

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I just saw a picture of Veiona on Discord and now I’m pretty sure that Oreo woke up one morning and decided to become the best builder there is.

Keep it up, you’re absolutely killing it.

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