Sometimes artists come up with concepts that look like they could make it in the real world. Their sketches keep just enough of what we know and are comfortable with to be believable. Other times, like with this Land Rover RES-Q concept art, it looks like something that could only exist in our imaginations.
What you’re looking at is the work of Arthur B. Nustas, a rendering artist out of the UK. It’s just one of many designs he’s come up with for everything from Ducati backpacks to Aston Martins to Cadillacs.
You can see a few of the classic Land Rover design elements in there, like the front grille and the squared off rear. Otherwise, there’s no way you’d know this was a car, much less a Land Rover.
What he’s designed looks like it’s intended to tackle a ski slope. The name implies the same and makes this something he envisions coming up the ski slopes when you’ve managed to make a mess of things and hit a tree. If you saw this coming for you today, you’d end up thinking you had head trauma and were seeing things.