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Blizzard Concept V.2
The saga continues with Blizzards zany version 2! More vents, more diffusers, more POWER!!! MWAHAHAHAHA!!!! Ahem, moving on...
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No 4th wall commentary for you, the 1st time I tried uploading the page vanished... FINISHED! Hopefully no one saw me working to get the page un glitched! I'll be posting more goodies soon.





I went for a simple 360 spin instead of my usually method.




Some simple changes on the front



The newer, anglier sides.






The back, torn apart and redone with more wings and diffuser than ever.






The side also got a new vent, and the roof did aswell.



Ooooo shiny supercar goodness.



Everything open



Doors fully open, like some sort of charging dragon.



The interior is exactly the same as V.1





The trunk & greeblies



Steering components and missiles!



Just what could be lurking beneath le hood, perhaps a double V-10?



The larger, fuel injected V-12.



undercarriage of the back



AWD drive & brakes



Random shots






Vents & spoiler



Adjustable diffuser on the rear quarter-panel.










Please comment/rate/move on/ look at Blizzard V.1




Comments

 I like it 
  January 14, 2011
Awsome model, but your V1 version was better, i liked the back on the V1, and i like original supercars and this version was more like a touring supercar i think... btw why one part on the right sight of the hood is grey? :D
 I like it 
  November 22, 2010
look realy amazing i like the details
 I like it 
  November 22, 2010
Hm, I thought I already commented on version one which proofed false...well then: the new rear looks much better IMO. I also like using those fences as it gives the car a very agressive and "Let me race" touch - a powerful engine needs to get rid of the heat, fence pieces are best choice then. Second pro is that you can see the engine, gearbox or the exhausts. As Mattyy said, the diagonal strakes (or whatever you'll call them) on the doors are a bit weird - I guess you had the McLaren F1 in mind? Maybe you can work on a better solution. Other than that I can't think of more improvements at the moment, although I guess V.3 will be even more impressive. Greetings & keep up the good work, Jens PS: Why does it have missiles???
 I like it 
  November 22, 2010
What a great concept, super pics and awesome details. Nice automotive design!
 I like it 
  November 22, 2010
well, it's better then the first one, wich I already loved. However I'm not a big fan of those diagonal things at the sides, but that's jus personal. Overall very very well done
 I like it 
  November 21, 2010
Awesome! Fantastic work! The rear is much better! Nice concept! I haven't built a concept in a long time, I gotta do that soon :) Keep up the great work! 5/5
 I like it 
  November 21, 2010
Wow. If you ask me I don"t think you need a version 3! well.... maybe making it less... gap-y would be nice. But great shape. Love it
 I like it 
  November 21, 2010
Hmm, perhaps V. 3 could have more vents, and maybe a bigger engine with forced induction? I know, so original...
 I made it 
  November 21, 2010
By the way, if you have any ideas for V.3, feel free to post 'em! I like this car, and can't wait to make it better still.
 
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