With two specially constructed widebody VW vans created in partnership with two Southern Californian apparel companies, FB County and The Original Cascade, Kenny Pfitzer Designs hopes to steal the show at SEMA.
VW buses hope to take the spotlight
The two striking vw buses were originally a 1961 15-Window Deluxe and a 1963 Single Cab, respectively, before being totally disassembled and 3D scanned.
The composite body panels' front and rear bumpers, wheel arches, splitter, sills, spoiler, and other features were designed using CAD software in the following stage to give them their own distinct look.
The press statement made specific notice of the Monoblock wheels, high-performance tyres, and a stainless-steel exhaust, as well as brand-new air suspension kits, brakes, lights, electrical components, and other upgrades for the buses.
Naturally, the interiors also had a complete makeover, starting from scratch and ensuring that no detail was overlooked. New instrument clusters, pedals, switches, and upholstery were installed, and judging by the photographs, you may even receive a matching shirt.
Additionally, the business claims that it "has the potential to recreate all composite body elements utilised in this construction" and that it will start accepting orders for custom widebody builds early next year, whether you want to use your own bus or source one if necessary.
What do you think, readers?
Volkswagen Bus - SEMA 2022