In one of its latest advertisements Volkswagen Netherlands has unveiled something great.
Created by Dutch DDB & Tribal Amsterdam, the advert begins with a dog making some very strange sounds while being taken for a walk by his owner. Watch the advert below to find out why.
Clearly, you don’t have to be able to drive a Volkswagen for it to make a long lasting impression.
Vilner’s Nissan GT-R is definitely a very unique project. This is not only because of the exquisite work and craftsmanship of the Vilner team but also because of the “starry sky” ceiling that it includes. Few other cars have the same feature, and is in fact the fist car in tuning history to include anything like it.
The materials used in the interior are the finest leather and Alcantara in black and crimson colours. The dominant black seats include red bands on the borders. Another accent that catches the eye is the red stitching creating rhomboid forms.
The same is seen on the panel, steering wheel, doors and ceiling. Upon looking up one can see the unique “starry sky”, an effect that was requested by the client and achieved with the mounting of LED’s.
In the 21st Century, the Beetle is back, better than ever, and Volkswagen are looking for your most creative T-shirt designs to show off the 21st Century Beetle.
There’s no disputing it: the Beetle is an unrivalled icon that has won the hearts and minds of generations of fans. This time round, it’s all about going back to the future with the 21st Century Beetle – the re-invention of a legend.
When it comes to the Vilner Audi RS6 absolute craftsmanship and perfection is what grabs the viewer’s attention at first sight, particularly with its striking colour, an effect achieved with green matte wrapping.
The green edge of the alloy wheels in Black Piano varnish, continue this luminous theme throughout the vehicle. The Audi has also been fitted with a new grille and diffuser, made from carbon fibre, contributing to improving the aerodynamics of the RS6.
General Motors has unveiled its 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray at a press event at the Detroit Auto Show.
The new sports car was unveiled by General Motors Corp. President of North America Mark Reuss who said that “I love this car. That’s why I’m here. Honestly, I joined the company because of this car. This business is supposed to be fun, right? This is fun.”
The Stingray, the seventh generation Corvette, is a redesigned version of the classic 1963 Sting Ray Corvette.
The video, highlights the details of this exquisite supercar from the flawless red interior stitching to the sharp headlights of the exterior.
It also showcases the car’s speed and sound as it takes to the road.
Music composed by Marat Schacht.
Luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce has recently introduced three new hood ornaments.
The iconic flying lady that is positioned proudly on the hood of every Rolls-Royce will now be available in an illuminated polycarbonate version that first made an appearance on the 101EX concept at the Geneva Motor Show in 2006.
The illuminated flying ladies are available for the Rolls-Royce Phantom and Ghost from the 2013 model year.
SeriousHP, a performance store known for their +1500 RWHP Supra, has just released a Turbo Kit for the Ferrari Modena. As a result, the supercar originally rated at 300 RWHP is now producing a solid 650 RWHP on pump gas.
To reach this level of performance the Ferrari has been fully reinforced, the main modifications of which include an engine that has been fully equipped with forged internals, a 67-66 Precision Turbo, upgraded fuel system, reinforced transmission and new Pro-Efi engine management equipped with multiple engine protection systems to avoid engine failures.