Here’s my impression of the production Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo. From the concept, I’ve added production headlight, side mirrors, door handles, new wheels, bonnet (lines) and fog light (strips). And added a red hue.
Besides just removing two rear doors and lengthening the front’s, I’ve revised the front and rear bumper, given the nose a slimmer grill, black-coated the roof, and enlarged the side mirrors. I’m ticked by how small the actual Logan and Sandero side mirrors are.
Volvo has the V40 Cross Country, so why not this. I had previously rendered the Allroad Quattro version of the second generation A3 that you can see here.
This is not the new Logan MCV, but the Kombi. Difference? the wheelbase. MCV is based on the Pick-Up while the Kombi is the wagon variant of the (Logan) sedan.
I’ve always liked the Dacia Logan. I am really liking the all-new second generation Logan and Sandero too. I do wonder will the Pick-up variant soldier on in the mould of the first generation, of will something similar to my rendering appear.
So, many speculate that the Lexus LF-CC Concept previews the next IS-Series. I hope the next IS looks better than my half-hearted rendering here.
The BMW Concept Active Tourer is likely be called 1-Series GT when it enters production, and as the first FWD car to wear the BMW badge. Next generation BMW 1-Series Hatchbacks will switch to FWD too, and I was inspired by that for this rendering.
Here’s the Clio variant Renault has decided not to make. This is because Renault believes the 3-door Clio will rob sales of its Twingo range. A pity isn’t it?
I’m not satisfied with these renderings. It’s too similar to the Golf. I’m sure Volkswagen will come up with a more distinctive second generation Golf Plus.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. These renderings were featured in Road and Track a month ago. Click here to read the article.