Seeing what a car looks like before it even hits the production line can save not only thousands of dollars but also save tons of work hours for a car manufacturing companies. The idea of having a fully realized and fully stylized car in the form of a lush 3d rendering has been adapted and embraced by both the European and Asian car manufacturers in producing their top of the line cars.
In the first place 3D renderings have been the pit stop of car companies. It comes after the initial and final design in the drawing board and comes just before it begins its tour on the production line. This has been done for years now with no signs of stopping and changing; on the contrary many car designers have come to rely on 3D renderings as a way to improve future car designs. From massive trucks to the simple and earth friend hybrid cars that can be spotted on the streets, just about every automobiles in production have used 3D renderings.
It’s amazing to think how something that can be seen from a computer monitor to become something as cool or as futuristic looking as automobiles.