New Chevy K5 Blazer, Baja Bug & Other SEMA-Worthy Off-Road Concepts

New Lifted Chevy Blazer on 33 inch off road tires

The world is currently witnessing a revolution in the form of Artificial Intelligence (AI). This technology has been around for decades, but only recently has it started to make its way into our everyday lives. AI is being used to create new products and services that can help us solve some of the most pressing challenges facing humanity.

New Chevy Blazer off-road build with custom bumpers
Isn’t this Blazer-like concept is a worthy competitor for the new Bronco?

From autonomous cars to virtual assistants, AI is helping us do things faster, smarter and more efficiently than ever before. It’s no surprise then that AI technology is becoming an integral part of our lives as we move forward into the future.

“From autonomous cars to virtual assistants, AI is helping us do things faster, smarter and more efficiently”.

With its ability to learn from data and recognize patterns, it can be used to automate mundane tasks or even develop entirely new concepts that have never been seen before. As this incredible technology continues to evolve, so too will its impact on our lives – making it easier for us to stay connected and reach our goals faster and safer.

Ford Mustang S197 Off-road Build

Perhaps some high-tech company is already working at developing an AI-powered off-road auto pilot that would eliminate the need of a spotter and take over the handling in hairy situations to navigate your brand new electric SUV through a complex rocky trail based on the data calculations from various sensors cameras and satelites…But what use can it do for the off-road fans and enthusiasts who enjoy the good old-fashioned driving and experiencing analog mechanics.

“Perhaps some high-tech company is already working at developing an AI-powered off-road auto pilot…But what use can it do for the off-road fans who enjoy the good old-fashioned driving and analog mechanics”.

Lifted VW New Beetle Off-road Baja bug
New Beetle based Baja Bug concept actually makes a lot of sense, knowing how popular the original Bugs were in desert racing back in the day.

While you’re thinking about a possible answer to the philosophical question above, we’ll offer you an alternative way of utilizing AI for the off-road community. As you may have already guessed from the pictures above it’s the AI-generated art, which does wonders at turning wildest concepts into photo-realistic visuals.

“AI-generated art does wonders at turning wildest concepts into photo-realistic visuals”.

If you were wondering what would an Off-road version of a Ford Mustang, Camaro, Ferrari or any other car would look like, the AI will attempt to picture it for you based on the data it has about our culture. Pretty wild ha?

Classic VW Beetle Baja bug for desert racing

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“Who knows, maybe we’ll see a fully AI-designed SEMA build next year”.

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The AI isn’t shy to touch a vintage Ferrari 308 either.

While such images wouldn’t make any practical use for many of us, except for entertaining, some creative minds may actually find it interesting to visualize and test unique concepts for their future custom builds and projects. Who knows, maybe we’ll see a fully AI-designed SEMA build next year.

AI-generated visuals by CGI artist Eugene Shypunov, IG @eugeneshypunov.

 
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