While some folks like their car modifications with plenty of gloss and perfect execution, there’s something to be said about the rough and raw vibe too, as seen with this heavily modified Chevelle SS rendering.
Coming to us from London-based illustrator and designer Yasid Oozeear, this Chevelle SS rendering combines the classic shape of the two-door muscle car with a few modernized touches and attributes. The front end gets a deep lower air dam and aero feature, while the grille includes a set of horizontal dividing bars, with both features pocketed with dents, scrapes, and oxidation. The headlamps include horizontal lighting elements within the quad rounded headlamp housings, enhancing the car’s visual width even further.
Moving to the profile, we find the fenders were cut to house massive, ultra-wide tires and wheels, which look as though they stick out several inches from the body without the traditional fender flares associated with such a setup. The wheels are staggered front to back, with a deep-dish setup in the rear to pad the sporting intentions of this modified Chevelle SS even further.
Viewed from the rear, we find the long coupe roofline enhanced with tiered louvers, which look to offset the twin black racing stripes running down the spine of the vehicle. The rear bumper was deleted entirely, with the trunk falling down to long, horizontal tail lamps hovering above thin metal tubing and supports. The look reveals the rear end mechanical bits and suspension components, not to mention the ridiculously wide rubber providing the traction.
While just a concept, this Chevelle SS rendering gives off a cool post-apocalyptic vibe that stands at odds with the millimeter-perfection of most high-end custom vehicles these days. The chopped body components, rough paint, and raw aesthetic combine to give it a unique look that’s nothing like the trailer queens we’re used to seeing.
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