Audi TT Avant Concept

18 Dec
2014

How about an Audi TT Avant to rival the Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake? I think this Audi wagon looks better than my previous TT Shooting Brake renderings.

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What a long name. Anyway first seen in Autoblog a month ago,  Seyth Miersma asks if this is one of the six cars that manufacturer should seriously consider building.

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Ford Mustang ST

14 Dec
2014

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These were first seen in Road & Track a month ago. Zach Bowman suggests Ford to build a Mustang with 2.3 liter Ecoboost engine with 310bhp. Well I guess the smaller engine will suit other markets like Europe and Asia better.

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While this body style gives rear passenger more headroom, I doubt it’ll increase much on the coupe’s boot space. And the TT looses its sleekness with that blunt rear.

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Chevrolet Spark

10 Dec
2014

Rebadging the Opel Karl/Vauxhall Viva into the new Chevrolet Spark.

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Audi Q7

8 Dec
2014

Saw the spy shots of new Audi Q7 wearing very little disguise, so I’ve decided to borrow those pics from paultan.org and “clean” it up a little. Guess we can now see how the eventual Q7 will look.

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Aston Martin SB10

6 Dec
2014

A shooting brake variant of James Bond’s Aston Martin BD10, hence the name SB10.

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Ford Mondeo ST

5 Dec
2014

Ford should consider making the ST variant of the Mondeo for the European market, where high-performance sedans are popular.

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Alfa Romeo Giulia

3 Dec
2014



This is a rendering exercise on adapting the design and styling of the Alfa Romeo 159 onto the body and profile of a rear wheel-driven (RWD) sedan. The updated look of the 159 looks rather nice. We will wait till June 2015 to see how the eventual RWD 159-replacement, likely to be called Giulia will look.

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Mazda MX-5 Cross

1 Dec
2014

Utterly pointless and and unnecessary. But then who knows, somewhere, someone might just want a jacked-up roadster for the rough terrain.

 

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