Ford F-150 Econoline Tremor full-size Van Beast looks like a CGI “tiny” house on wheels
We also heard they’ll try to build a V8 engine for as long as possible to help the iconic Mustang become the last. ice– A powerful muscle car that gets in the way completely EV lifestyle. But, of course, the latter are ruthless – so they also take that seriously.
More precisely, Blue Oval has just completed massive upgrade work on the Rouge EV Center. Now Ford can finally triple F-150 Lightning production capacity, hoping sales will follow suit. Speaking of the best-selling model in the F-Series, the 2024 F-150 is just around the corner, and it’s expected to arrive with a mid-cycle refresh.
However, some people don’t even care about all that. Or the fact that other automakers have just launched their most influential car of the year for the US market. This also applies to the fictional world of digital car content creators. For example, Jim, the default artist known as jlord8 On social media, he has not paid attention to the 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser because he is in full CGI car mode at the moment.
The pixel master usually takes a moment out of its ongoing series to meet the latest introductions to the US market. However, so far (at the time of writing), neither the cool 1958 Land Cruiser nor the squared-off Land Cruiser, as well as the classic First Edition, have resonated with his CGI brushwork. Instead, the author continues to style his digital truck creations—most recently, he’s worked on things like the Cadillac Astro Escalade EXV, Oldsmobile Silhouette Astro 442, Buick Van National, Cadillac Seville APV, or Pontiac Trans Sport GXP.
Notice how Van Grind focused entirely on GM representatives. This is the result of his love for his 1986 Buick T-type, which influenced his social media reel with many digital creations of the 80s and 90s. However, the eventual switch to the Ford flag also made sense because its second ride was the 1995 Ford Thunderbird SC.
Given his recent MPV The series, which took the 2023 Ford F-150 and made it a truck worthy of the Econoline nameplate, wasn’t out of the equation. Interestingly, he chose the $61,000 F-150 Tremor as a starting point and made the “Econoline Tremor” look like a tiny house on wheels ready to transport the owner and his family to a (CGI) apocalypse. So, how do you feel about a monster truck that harnesses Tremor’s credentials? Cool or not?
(tags for translation) Ford F-150 Econoline Tremor