Having been assembled back in 1986, I started working on a garage in my mind a few years later, while taking the automotive media route in 2009. Over the years, I've found just as much joy in driving the wheels off a little Renault Twingo as I have in pushing a Viper or an Italian exotic to the limit. Regarding the bits that don't involve a steering wheel in my hands, I've been extensively covering the work of digital artists since 2014. And I'm thrilled to see that these enthusiasts, some of whom are self-taught rendering masters, have become a force to be reckoned with. As one of the two CARVIBZ founders, I should tell you a little bit about myself, which is why I'll share some of my car-shower thoughts in our "about" section.
Kuhl's main Tokyo 2024 machine
Here's to hoping the frame is in one piece
Today I Learned...
It's his daily driver now, following a Tesla Model S Plaid in the garage
This is still early data
A safety-oriented Easter Egg