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.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. 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.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. 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.
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.
Rebadging the Opel Karl/Vauxhall Viva into the new Chevrolet Spark.
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.
A shooting brake variant of James Bond’s Aston Martin BD10, hence the name SB10.
Ford should consider making the ST variant of the Mondeo for the European market, where high-performance sedans are popular.
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 […]
Utterly pointless and and unnecessary. But then who knows, somewhere, someone might just want a jacked-up roadster for the rough terrain.