Here we are again! It has been quite a while since our last update and since this update many things took place. Recently we were in Florida to visit Parker Brothers. Of course this wasn’t just for a cup of coffee but for the Tumbler and to take a look at the TG1. We can only say one thing about such projects, they go extremely fast!
Back in Florida, we saw a lot of progression. Things changed by day. We also had the chance to visit several partners of our project. We visited Composite Tech, the people who developed and built the body of the TG1 and Litchfield, which releases its magic to the engine.
We saw the Parker Brothers building a chassis of out an engine and some fling things. This complete chassis might become useful as the chassis of the Tumbler.
The biggest part of this update exists out of photos, simply because it can´t described with any pen how many efford is done to this car, blood, sweat and tears! We hope you won´t complain when you see what we have waiting for you!
We´re now on the point of finishing the final details of both cars. Especially the interiors of the TG1 and the Tumbler have to be finished quickly. Hereby we want to see a scoop of the TG1, because we love to share a part of the TG1 with you.
This is a small foretaste of the nearly finished interior of the TG1:
For the first time you can see some teasers and 3D-renderings showing what the car will look like.
Sadly, this will be the last update until the big introduction in Copenhagen, Denmark in May. For now we hope you’ve enjoyed this update and that we can surprise you the coming weeks with the exotics participating the Gumball 3000!
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See you in Copenhagen!