Modern cars in retro versions

What if the cars from the current years we know were designed in the 70s and 80s? Check out this amazing gallery.

The cars that our fathers and grandparents used to drive had a completely different design language than the one we know now. Many silhouettes have become icons of the automotive industry, so their images have survived to this day. Have you ever thought what would happen if you used their look and mix them with the cars that are currently on our roads?

The answer to this question was found on the portal Jennings, where we can see 7 modern, well recognizable vehicles in a retro version. Here are them.

Audi R8

The Audi R8 collides with its 80’s Quattro grandparents. The distinctive, streamlined body, the air intakes behind the door and the large grill are immediately recognizable. Bold thresholds and part of the front bumper, over-programmed lights and wheels taken straight from the classic Quattro from nearly 40 years ago have been added to ensure that the design doesn’t look too modern.

2017 Ford Mustang

For a long time Ford Mustang kept his characteristic angular appearance born in the 1960s. Only the latest models of the car received more streamlined shapes. On the picture we can see a combination of the current appearance of the headlights and a grill with a classic bumper. In addition, the rims, the cabin and the rear of the Mustangs of the 1960s and 1970s are also noticeable.

Bugatti Chiron

The Bugatti Chiron is one of the most recognizable cars of the present day, not only because of its aggressive and astonishing appearance, but also because of the drive unit under the cover. We don’t know what engine Chiron could have boasted if it had been produced 60 years ago. However, we can see that its body would still draw attention to itself, thanks to the combination of an elongated front, low suspension, classic, small wheels and an unusual and interestingly designed rear.

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