ARMORTRUCK : Milen Ivanov
Do you recognize the cybertruck? Okay, great? Now forget all you are aware of! A fresh vehicle is on its way to the battle till the end of the earth! ARMORTRUCK.
The people are finally starting to illustrate how things have tipped over and what occurs when people fight for themself, according to an article by The Hopinion. The report argues that the necessity for these stunning vehicles for travel might not be that distanced from reality anytime in the future. The next vehicle seems like you would see something in a video game. This is due to its striking similarity to the warthog of Halo!
This specialized vehicle is in fact developed for any geography including aerobic or anaerobic conditions and the strong incoming gunfire. This prototype has initially been created under the name of Milen Ivanov, one of the most talented and future 3D artists now residing at Sofia in Bulgaria.
Even though no specification for the ARMORTRUCK was provided, a trailer indicating that it is the finished product has been published. The design of this armoured vehicle was fabulously performed to exhibit the state-of-the-art construction. The basic idea for this SUV was the merger of both the Rezvani Tanks, Lamborghini urus, Batmobile and the truck was meant to be used even by the military in specific fighting areas.
As the automobile is unbelievably wide, the vertically open gull doors allow you to enter and leave the vehicle because you could have difficulty opening the car when parked. The automobile comes with crazy off-road tyres and fog lights. You know with a linear taillight it does a hat-tip to the Cybertruck. Inside, ARMORTRUCK portrays a different image and has luxury leather, Alcantara seats and a dashboard on the touchscreen.
This truck combines elegant architecture and tremendous strength to ensure the maximum safety of all the valuable things being transferred. The vehicle looks to be inheriting several design indications of some truck called the warthog that was utilised in a fictitious media property in the video game Halo that was playing with military technology.
Milen Ivanov is a concept vehicle artist who’s body of work involves clients like Rimac, Vilner, Dreamworks, and even the Fast and Furious franchise.