Here’s how I imagine the 3-door version of the 500X might look. 3-door SUV is slowly and starting to make a comeback.
There’s no word yet on when the 5 years old Exora will be replaced. To keep the Exora fresh, perhaps Proton should give the MPV an extensive facelift. More importantly, give the interior a new stylish and quality dashboard, like that in the Iriz.
After much consideration from the names submitted through Facebook and Twitter, I’ve decided to call this shooting brake variant of the Cayman as Cayvan.
Something simple for the weekend. This is unlikely to happen, but it will be nice to have a mid-size rear wheel-driven Chrysler coupe based on the styling of the 200.
There are already spy shots of Suzuki’s new compact hatchback being tested. Look closely and you will see it has strong resemblance to the Alivio sedan (from B-pillar onwards).
Images may not be re-posted without permission. According Autoblog, Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series is already being planned. Will it look like this?
The Perodua Axia looks rather good as a 3-door. To render these, I lowered the roof and shoulder while re-angled the rear tailgate. Lastly I lowered the ground clearance.
Pualtan.org posted these renderings a month ago, accompanying the article about how Nissan needs a better (styled) B-Segment sedan to combat the better looking Honda City and Toyota Vios. I referred to the Pulsar when rendering these.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. These renderings were first featured in Car and Driver a month ago. Much to my surprise, Americans who are not usually warm to the idea or wagon or shooting brakes, like these renderings.
At the recent unveiling of Seat Leon X-Perience, Seat indicated that besides the upcoming C-segment SUV, they plan to do a smaller B-segment SUV. Until that arrives, any plan to give the Ibiza the X-Perience variant?