1988 Camaro Fitted With Carbon Fiber in wb. artist20’s 3D Model

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Fans of the vintage muscle cars indeed have many pleasant recollections of the 1988 Camaro, which once disrupted the car world more than three decades ago. Today, we are once again fortunate to witness the reinvention of the Chevy that will redefine the automotive industry.

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1988 Camaro With Massive Rear-mounted Engine and Carbon Fiber Body 

Oscar Vargas and His Mind-blowing Car Models

Oscar Vargas, also known as wb.artist20, is a car artist dedicated to re-modeling the existing cars to make them look, sound, and perform better than the original versions. One of his latest projects is the total renovation of the 1988 Chevy Camaro with a ZZ632 engine. While the look of this new concept car displays the vibe of the notorious Chevrolet El Camino, first introduced in the late 1950s, the idea of fitting an entire carbon fiber body on a vintage car is somewhat mind-blowing to the modern automotive world.

The 1980s were a memorable time to live for car enthusiasts. Suppose you are old enough to have lived through this golden age of vintage cars. In that case, you probably still recall the booming launch of some of the most influential cars of the 1980s, such as the Audi Quattro in 1983 or the Porsche 959 in 1986. However, among those gems outshine the soul of the entire automobile history. The 1988 Camaro is undoubtedly the heartbeat of America since it has long been considered the best F-body muscle car by old-fashioned enthusiasts.


Inspired by SEMA 2021 Hoonigan 1988 Chevy Camaro

Who does not love the 1988 Chevrolet Camaro? The ‘bad boy’ car was there for anyone who wanted to have some fun and set some track record while keeping a balanced level of liveability on the street. That being said, the latest project from wb.artist20 is heavily influenced by the 1988 Chevy Camaro ZZ632/1000 from Hoonigan Industries at the SEMA 2021. It is not difficult to figure out why the model demonstrated at last year’s show represented the art of reinvention and became a major influence for wb. artist20’s 3D model.

As per the brand’s words, the model mounts a massive 1004-horsepower engine at 6,600 rounds per minute, aligning with its mission to make cars “bigger and bolder.” However, for wb.artist20, this entire creation can be “re-invented” even further. Why? When attempting to create an entirely new masterpiece, it is always best to think outside the box. This continuous innovation philosophy from the car artist is precisely manifested by the conversion of the engine placement and the fitting of full carbon fiber on the car’s body.


Rear-mounted V8 Engine Under Back Glass Cover

The original 1988 Camaro is a front-engine car that was very popular when first introduced. The engine placed at the front of the vehicle under the hood allows the heat emitted from fuel combustion to dissipate while maximizing traction under normal driving conditions. However, wb.artist20 has a staggering idea as he has converted the entire engine to the back of the automobile. The plan is to improve maneuverability while allowing the car to accelerate faster due to the weight balance at the rear wheels.

On this account, the rear-mounted V8 engine is not for the faint of heart, both literally and metaphorically. Not only does it generate a colossal number of horsepower, as mentioned earlier, but it is also visible under the back glass cover. This transparent visibility of the vehicle’s soul allows it to display its incredible power and gives its owner the right to rock the streets. However, the most significant modification regarding the omnipresence of carbon fiber on the concept car is yet to be discussed. 

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Full Carbon Fiber Body Using 3D Rendering Technology

A full carbon fiber body has been a dream for many generations of car enthusiasts. Not only because carbon fiber possesses a unique sense of aesthetics, but it also has the properties that can enhance how an automobile operates. For those unfamiliar with this modern composite material, carbon fiber has an extraordinary strength-to-weight ratio, making it one of the most robust materials available for car manufacturing. If the concept car is turned into reality, the application of carbon fiber on the 1988 Camaro will elevate the performance that is already near perfection.

The author of the concept car, wb.artist20, claims that he utilizes 3D rendering technology to convert a 3D model into a 2D image, resulting in a photorealistic presentation of the concept car. Although he has just decided to spend his time teaching himself 3D technology, the initial visual products of the 1988 Camaro are promising enough to predict an imminent introduction of a full carbon fiber car with a rear-mounted engine in a few years to come. Still, the owner of the conceptual Camaro has a long way to go before he can present the actual car to the world. Will you stay tuned to see the exciting product launch?

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