4 Incredible Video Game-Inspired Vehicle Customisations

Vinyl graphics and other vehicle customisations are a great way for companies to get the word out about their products, and video game companies are no exception. Here are a few awesome customised vehicles that have video game themes.

Lollipop Chainsaw Bus

The Lollipop Chainsaw is a traveling gamers’ lounge that has four gaming consoles on the inside where gamers can play the hack and slash zombie video game Lollipop Chainsaw.

The bus looks like a mess on the outside, complete with bloody body parts in the grille, but the inside is much nicer, featuring seating for gamers, lockers, and even black light effects. The graphics and blood on the outside of the bus were all painted on by hand.

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Wide Body Camaro

This wide body Camaro customisation features Savini wheels and a body wrapped with Tekken Tag Tournament 2 graphics. Characters from the video game adorn the sides of the vehicle, surrounded by bright swirls of light.

Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Car

This Pagani Zonda R is all decked out as a promo car for the Need for Speed Hot Pursuit video game. The amount of customisation on this car is not as much as you might think. The wheels and yellow striping are part of the vehicle’s design.

The grey vinyl on the hood and the “Need for Speed” lettering and logo on the side are really the extent of the customisation. The car itself is rare and expensive, though. There were only 15 made, and they sold for a whopping $1.8 million each.

All Points Bulletin Car

This custom car, designed to promote the online multiplayer video game All Points Bulletin, is a rather simple design with the APB logo on the hood and a single wide, grey stripe over the top of the car.

The name of the video game is along the bottom of each side, and the red flame-like curves come off the front wheels are a nice accent that add just a little bit of pizzazz to the design.

If you’re a video game enthusiast, you can show off your obsession by adding video game-inspired graphics to your vehicle. Vehicle wraps and other customisations are not just for advertising; they are a great way to add personality to your ride.

About the Author: Bethanny Parker writes about vinyl graphics and vehicle wraps for Steel Skinz, which offers custom graphics for a variety of applications, including fleet wraps, helmet wraps, banners, and signs. Visit http://www.steelskinz.com for more information.

Images courtesy of Pop Culture Geek on Flickr

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