Another day, another Perodua Myvi rendering. This time the sedan variant. Haters, start hating. I do hope my friends here will appreciate that on the whole, it’s a decent (proportion) hatch-based sedan. Those with sharp eyes will notice the slimmer front bumper, slight revision to the grille, reduced ride height, and removal of the door window [...]
In my previous posting of the Proton Arena/Jumbuck, I mentioned having read from Wikipedia, that the new Arena/Jumbuck will be a rebadged 4th generation (and current) Mitsubishi Triton. And so I did this.
Just toying with the idea of A1 sedan variant. I doubt Audi will consider such small sedan. But on the other hand the Vento/Polo Sedan sells pretty well, such small sedan might be popular in sedan-favoured market like South East Asia and China.
These are my impression of the van variant of the Myvi. Above are the standard version, and below are the ‘Premium’ version. Besides removing the two (rear) side doors, the hatch’s loading lip is lowered too. The standard MyVan’s bumpers, side strips, door handles, trunk opening, and side mirror housing are not colour-coated. And on [...]
I’ve decided to call this the Spyder and not the Fulvia, because in concept, the Spyder is bigger. And why is “Spyder” spelt with a “y” rather than an “i”? That’s because in the 70s, Lancia needed to differentiate the car (Beta Spyder) from the Alfa Romeo Spider.
With Audi building the A3 Sedan, and Mercedes with their CLC (A-Class Sedan), I think the second generation of the 1-Series should spawn a 4-door sedan variant. I’ve previously rendered a 1-Series Sedan based on BMW’s first generation compact, back in November 2009.
Imagining how the new Justy might look should Subaru rebadges the Myvi/Passo/Boon with Trizia’s front fascia.
If only I could…
Here’s my idea of how Chrysler could possibly sell the Lancia Delta in US, as a sedan. I am naming it as the 100, as it will be a compact sedan that sits beneath the 200, making it Chrysler’s smallest sedan. Lancia can also sell this variant in Europe as the Prisma, a name last [...]