While automotive concept artist, Yasid Oozeear typically spends his time rendering ultra-slammed imports and supercars, the London-based designer holds a particular affinity for lifted and ruggedized off-road trucks and vans. And this is ultimately what prompted Oozeear to hit pause on penning lowered track-focused machines to take things in the opposite direction to produce a lifted off-road vehicle guided by his own personal taste.
The rendered off-roader is based on a 1983 GMC Vandura, that’s been treated to a lift-kit, upgraded suspension, five-arm rims shod in ultra-beefy all-terrain rubber, and slightly cut-out wheel-wells finished with lightly-flared shrouds. The front-end now sports tow hooks, a winch, and a custom bumper and grille arrangement, along with a pair of modern LED headlights set in the original housing and a supplementary eight-unit LED light-bar on the roof that looks to be supported by a pair of custom-designed laser-cut or CNC-machined brackets. The turn signals have also been capped off for added durability, too. Inside, the “ADVandura” boasts a custom red interior and an internal roll-cage, should things go sideways while out on the trail. To check out more work from Yasid Design, you can check out the London outfit’s Instagram linked below.
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