I've been wanting to redraw the Vurig for a while now. The original never came out quite how I wanted it to, and I figured I'd give it another go. These drawings were a bit too small for me to give them details like the last Voltaire drawing I did, but overall they are closer to what I had in mind. Enjoy!
Vurig Powers Into 2nd Model Year With Minimal Changes
In its second year as a car manufacturer, fledging company JC has seen a marvelous year. The Vurig was the company's vanguard, but it was heralded by a plethora of stunning concepts, such as the Volant and the SpeedCell, not to mention the unveiling of the next JC vehicle, the powerful and stunning Voltaire.
The car that brought JC into the spotlight powers on 2007 largely unchanged. It will enjoy a base price drop, decontenting and repackaging. The base price drops from $35,000 to a deal-breaker $31,000. The base car now comes with the eight-spoke 17" wheels pictured on the bottom car (five spoke 18" wheels are available). Other items which have become optional to drive the base price down are such luxuries such as full-leather seats (an alcantara/leatherette combination is standard), power seats, sunroof, and other assorted items (Xenon headlamps are still standard). A new option for the Vurig is a state of the art navigation system. The base Vurig will still come with the amazing 3.3L 280 hp engine and stellar AWD. Also, a new Sports Package is available, with lightweight 19" five-spoke wheels (G-Games, provided by Volk, pictured in the top vehicle), brakes from the Vurig R, a race-tuned sports suspension, a very subtle front and rear spoiler, more supportive seats and 20 more horsepower (up to 300). The sports package will cost $5000 more than the base vehicle, effectively making the sports package the same price as last year's base model (trading sunroof, power seats, and leather for more power).
The price drop and repackaging make the Vurig a more attractive choice in the highly competitive sports sedan game than ever.
Modified by knihc2008 at 5:54 AM 11/10/2006