Russia-based virtual artist Nikita Chuicko, better known as kelsonik on social media, has quickly returned to the usual “Shadow Line” digital SUV business after a stunning break caused by the apparition of a CGI Chevrolet Tahoe Z71 Three-Door based on the Regular Cab Silverado. Now, he resumed high-riding duties with a renewed focus on Jeep’s legendary Grand Cherokee.
Fans of this CGI expert’s work might remember this is not the first time the mid-size SUV gets the posh virtual treatment consisting of the “Shadow Line” package, a subtly lowered suspension assembly, and a set of humongous aftermarket wheels. In fact, both the standard Grand Cherokee and the bigger L sibling were envisioned as ready for a street-oriented tune.
But the virtual artist now decided to change the scenery a bit and instead of America’s outback or a deserted piece of tarmac, the pixel master went all out with the elegance infusion and brought the lowered CGI Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit Reserve for a swing around the vintage parts of town. Exactly what urban venue was targeted does not even matter anymore as the modern, yet classic-looking SUV now bodes well in any classy environment.