It is reassuring to see that there are more and more producers who are investing rather in story telling and quality – instead of dubstep tunes. Don't get me wrong – I like dubstep. But imho there are way too much videos out which have been razor-sharp cutted on bass lines or and reverberant drum patterns ...
Gearmafia #1: "It's all about soul" – 1974 Toyota Celica TA22
Gearmafia #2: DMC DeLorean
"GEARMAFIA – a collaboration with Burnpavement – features unique rides, heavily modified exotic cars, Japanese makes and their owners. Conceptualised and scripted by the team in CRITICA, we dig into the passion that goes behind these rides."
The Black Current III is the work of two European brothers named Olly and Sam Young, who started the project six years ago when they dropped a milk truck motor they'd found into a VW Beetle. Now the car claims the title of Fastest Zero Emissons car in Europe thanks to two electric fork truck motors, 60 Odyssey PC680 12V batteries and a Zilla 2K motor controller all delivering 1200 lb-ft of torque to the ground.
[...] 0-to-60 MPH time around 3.0 seconds and a quarter-mile run of 11.24 seconds at 114 MPH [...]
Once a year Hannover evolves into some kind of Mecca for the whole aircooled world. Everbody who is anybody pilgrimages to north Germany to visit the "Mai Käfer Treffen". This year especially one car seemed to shine out: The Rusty Rod. I don't get it - what's so special about this slidly modified Cal Look Herbie? Hmm? Why are all airkult blogs full of it?
No. I'm just kidding. Damn, you guys kick *ss. I love this bad*ss Veedub Zombie! Great piece of work.
Make sure you don't miss the "making-of".