Rendering the second generation Yeti took me longer than expected. I was paying a lot of attention to the detail and design, in making sure it looks like a Skoda. Originally the Seat 20V20 Concept, my concern now is that while this Yeti renderings looks like a Skoda, it looses the first generation’s unique DLO design. What do you think?
Now that Aston Martin approved the DBX for production, will it grow into a 5-door coupe SUV to rival BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE?
Will Skoda make a Superb vRS? Or will Audi object to the idea for having an internal rival to its S6?
The new Fiat Aegea is pretty tidy looking. While initially I’m reminded of 2009’s Tata Pr1ma Concept by Pininfarina, the more I look at the Aegea, the more I see some BMW detailing; the 2-series headlights, the rear trunk, and especially that Hofmeister kink. Hence I rendered this, as BMW’s smallest possible sedan.
This is my idea for the Volkswagen Eos replacement, rendered here in the form of Sport Cabriolet Concept GTE. I read somewhere that if Volkswagen replaces the Eos, it will ditch the foldable hard-top mechanism for a simpler cloth roof.
Last week I shared with you my impression of the RS3 Sedan. Today I am paying homage to the original Audi RS2 with this RS3 Avant.
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These renderings were first seen in Autoblog a month ago for an article by Steven J. Ewing about ‘Nine cars we wish were convertibles’.
Autocar is speculating Mercedes-Benz’s rival for the Audi TT that will become a reality in 2019.
When the Ford discontinues the Falcon, will Australia and New Zealand get the Taurus as their Ford flagship? If so will there be a ute variant of the Taurus?