Maserati BiTurbo

25 Jul
2014

Maserati BiTurbo was the smallest Maserati offered by the Italian make in the 1980s. To my eyes, it remains one of the most beautiful Maserati ever, and mostly compact too. Here I imagine the reborn Biturbo to mark Maserati’s return to the compact executive segment.

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I wonder if the third generation Smart ForTwo will continue to come in cabriolet form. And if so, will it look like this?

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BMW 1-Series Sedan

21 Jul
2014

There will be a 1-Series sedan. But unfortunately it will not be the RWD hatchback with an added trunk. It’s reported the 1-Series sedan will be front-wheel driven, sharing its platform with the 2-Series Active Tourer. Well, the Audi A3 Sedan and Mercedes-Benz CLA are FWD too.

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Mazda 2 Sedan

19 Jul
2014


Will the next Mazda 2 sedan look like this?

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Volkswagen Passat CC

17 Jul
2014

Rumours are going around that the next Passat CC will sport a 5-door lift back look to fight BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe and its sister, Audi A5 Sportback. I base my rendering on the Seat IBL Concept.

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In no way will this car happen. Volkswagen definitely will never build a rear-wheel drive shooting brake.

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I wonder if there was plan to replace the Proton Putra with a Impian/Waja-based coupe. I do know Proton built a few Waja V6 prototypes that a former insider claims was a sweet ride. Too bad that Waja V6 was not approved.

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Perodua Axia

12 Jul
2014

While it’s not confirmed, one of the name Perodua is considering for its Viva replacement is Axia. This rendering was done with reference to one leaked image of the new mini Perodua. While you’re here, why not check out my previous attempt in rendering the Perodua Viva replacement.

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Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon

10 Jul
2014

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Rumors suggest an all-new Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon is set to arrive in 2017. Here are my renderings of what the new G-Class could look like. They were shared on Motor Trend a month ago.

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Well, according MotorTrend, Volkswagen is already working on the CC replacement, and the 4-door coupe might be replaced by a 5-door liftback, much like the Audi A5 Sportback and BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe. So I thought why not a genuine 2-door coupe based on the Passat? After all, Opel is planning a coupe version of the Cascada too, I’m sure Volkswagen wouldn’t want to let Opel has that market all to themselves. For my renderings, I’ve lowered the roof, reduced the rear overhang and thicken the rear pillars.

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