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Every week we publish a lot of renderings. While some of them preview actual new models coming in the next few months, others are mostly done for fun. Those imagine super-futuristic creations that are likely not going to hit the production lines anytime soon, if ever at all.

Here at, we all love virtual drawings and that’s why we figured we’d share one extra rendering article every week. It combines the best design exercises our own artists create, as well as images provided by independent automotive designers, students, and just regular gearheads.

We’ll update this article with the new renderings from the last week every Thursday. Thus, you’ll have all cool digital interpretations handy when you want to take a brief look into the future.

Mercedes-Maybach EQS SUV

Mercedes-Maybach EQS SUV rendering

The Maybach EQS SUV concept will soon morph into a production vehicle and become the German company’s most luxurious electric high-riding model. Our exclusive rendering previews a design that isn’t significantly different from the concept and this is probably good news knowing how posh that vehicle was.

Next-generation Volvo XC90

Next-gen Volvo XC90 rendering

The current generation XC90 looks fresh even today but it is now roughly eight years old. Soon, it will be retired and replaced by a brand new generation that will introduce a fresh new design. This rendering proposes pop-out door handles and a new take on Volvo's traditional upright taillights.

Lamborghini Revuelto

Lamborghini Revuelto rendering

Okay, let’s admit it – this is purely our imagination. However, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann recently announced the first EV of the brand will be released in 2028 with a 2+2 seating configuration. Is it going to look anything like this rendering?

Next-gen Mercedes-Benz E-Class

New Mercedes-Bens E-Class rendering

The new E-Class is one of the most popular upcoming models that we’ve spied multiple times. It was finally time for the spy shots to morph into a previewing rendering and this virtual drawing of the sedan from comes as an accurate glimpse at the future of the nameplate.

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