Archive for October, 2010

Above is my entry for Photoshop Contest 33.

Skoda Wagon R

28, Oct 2010

In my Volkswagen Alto post, I left out that Volkswagen is also planning to rebadge Suzuki Wagon R as a Skoda’s India entry-level model in 2012.

Nissan Roadster

26, Oct 2010

This is my entry for Photoshop Contest 32.

Volkswagen Alto

24, Oct 2010

Autocar reported that, “VW and Suzuki are discussing rebadging the latest Alto as a Volkswagen”. Hence these renderings. I had previously rendered the Suzuki Wagon R-based Volkswagen that you can check out here.

2012 Subaru Impreza

22, Oct 2010

These renderings, commissioned by Insideline, were published last week. Much of the profile were rendered with reference to spy shots of prototype being tested. Insideline says, “Up front, the test mule looks like it had a few design elements borrowed directly from the Hybrid Tourer Concept shown at the 2009 Tokyo Auto Show. The angular […]

Mini Courtyard

20, Oct 2010

I love pick-up trucks and I love Minis, so this is to me the best of both worlds. As for the stupid name, well all Minis are named Classic, Cooper, Cabriolet, Clubman and Contryman. So I couldn’t think of another name that starts with ‘C’ that’s more fun(ny).

Just thought the new Passat could spin out a liftback variant, much like Audi A5 Sportback. After all, there were Passat hatchbacks before; B1 from 1973–1981 (below left) and B2 from 1981–1988 (below right)

Citroan C5 Hatchback

16, Oct 2010

It’s time for the return of a mid-size Citroen hatchback. These renderings reminds me of the Xantia my father owned in Malaysia. I like the Xantia a lot. It was a decent car, but my father sold the car after four years. Back then, Citroen was represented by DRB-HICOM. That company had terrible after-sales service […]

Upgraded Hosting!

15, Oct 2010

Good news.. After some troubled times with viruses, bandwidth overloading and other issues, is now upgraded using a better server to serve you better 😛

Chevrolet Agile

14, Oct 2010

Special thanks to Gustavo for the “challenge”. Have I successfully made the Agile better looking?