Automotive Illustrations by Vizualtech Design

Ford flathead V8 with Ardun heads - rendering by Bo Zolland of Vizualtech

Ford flathead V8 with Ardun heads – rendering by Bo Zolland of Vizualtech

Several years ago, I came across some really fine renderings of a Ford F100 pickup by Bo Zolland of the Swedish design firm Vizualtech. It was a striking design that was destined to make the leap from the computer screen to the street because a client in San Diego decided it looked too good to remain nothing more then a computer visualization. I seem to remember a follow up article somewhere showing the truck in progress, but I don’t know if it was ever completed.

Gurney Eagle racer - rendering by Bo Zolland of Vizualtech

Gurney Eagle racer – rendering by Bo Zolland of Vizualtech

The thought occurred to me to see what Bo has been up to lately at Vizualtech and it looks like he’s been hard at work. I’m a big fan of renderings of older classic cars because you can show amazing detail, sometimes better than if you had an actual photo. It’s obvious Bo likes American classic muscle cars and racers, too, since he’s done so many and I had a lot to choose from when selecting a few to show you what he does.

Chevy Impala stock car racer in the garage by Vizualtech

Chevy Impala stock car racer in the garage by Vizualtech

Ford flathead engines, old Chevy stock cars, a Gurney Eagle racer, they all look good to me, but he does a lot of other work, too, he’s done quite a few boats, engines of all types, even tractors. It’s the kind of thing that makes you want to learn how to do this sort of thing yourself. If only I had the time …

Link: Vizualtech

Mercury Cougar racer

Mercury Cougar racer

Comments

  1. Mark L. says

    This is some pretty impressive work. I wonder if I sent him photos of my project Supercharged V12 Jag if he could work some magic for me?
    This could save some serious money for builders before they dive into a project money first.

    Mark L.

  2. Will says

    Now this is the kind of Indy cars I love. And tell me this, what’s so un-aerodynamic about this body design that they had to do to the design nightmares they are now? These bodys are so clean there’s nothing else to do to clean them up further. When I think of Indy, I think of this as a real Indy racer. I can’t even imagine what all those little winglets and curvy thingy’s are for except for down pressure and what-not. It’s just another way of keeping alot of racer’s out of the action. If you don’t have a hundred grand just for the body you can’t race. But with the eagle body anybody can get out there and have a good time.