Ahhh the power of shading with depth perception. They're all pretty cool and can't pick just one as they all have their own little attributes that separate them.
Thanks for the visuals
'12 Black w/ Dk Accents, Loaded, C2026 (del'd on 9/26/11)
HID Headlights: 9006 v-leds Premium 5K, ballasts mounted outside canister.
LED Frnt Turns: 7443 7.5w HP Amber, Backup: 3157 CREE 7w HP 6K License: (2) 194 2w 4-LED HP Flank 5K, Backseat: (2) 194 2.5w 6K, Cntr Console: (1) 194 2w HP 6K, Center Map: (2) 194 2.5w Red, Cargo: (1) 194 2w Flank 6K, Vanity: (4) 3022 1w 5K
Yes, those are really nice work!
Volt #5014, White. All off grid solar powered. My sci-tech boards:
I don't buy this for a minute. I got one of those forwarded emails at least a year ago- WITH THE SAME TRUCK (from the same angle). In those pics, the Photoshopper was too lazy to change the background (so they would have caught each truck at the same place and angle- yeah right). Nope, these photos (at least the top two) confirm one thing- there is a LOT of faked stuff on the Internet.
Well, Photoshop or no, those would be brilliant executions of vinyl wraps.
Most of these only work from a specific angle if NOT using stereo-vision (our two eyes mess these effects up).
2012 Black Volt
Central Florida Electric Vehicles Meetup Group
The top two are definitely photoshopped. The bottom one looks real, and really cool I might add
2012 Volt #C6889 bought 12/3/11
Crystal Red Tricoat.
All options except polished wheels and nav
My not-kept-up-with how-to tech site
What does this have to do with the Volt?
We promised to fuel your passion and inspire you for building your dream car, and here we are, bringing another inspirational interview to your attention.
We talked with Hot Rod and Classic Car experts at Kindig-It Design. These guys have been customizing and restoring hot rods and performance cars for over 12 years.They’ve done plenty of projects, including top builds that took top prizes nationally.
In this post Dave Kindig tells us about how it all started for him and walks us through one of Kindig’s most notable projects, the red-and-white 1960 Corvette, “an ideal American icon”.
Check out a couple of teaser pics below and check out the full post on CARiD Blog .