Honda hasn’t got a proper supermini in its range since the pre-Fit/Jazz Logo retired in 2001. Why not bring back the Logo name to a suitably characterful supermini? My renderings were done by enlarging the N-Series N One everywhere, from A-segment to B-segment. While rendering, I also referred to the Suzuki Swift for its size and proportion.
The first generation of the Fabia was also available in sedan form. I wonder if the 3rd generation will get the booted body style too.
These renderings appeared in Car & Driver a month ago. They received a lot of mixed feedbacks. What do you think?
I wonder if the Range Rover Evoque will get SVR treatment too. If so this car will be a serious Porsche Macan challenger.
According to a report on paultan.org, Mazda is currently considering a Mazda2 MPS, or Mazdaspeed2 that will rival the Ford Fiesta ST. I rendered this by adding elements seen on the original Minagi and Hazumi concepts.
Autocar reported that Volkswagen bosses are now considering building a second version of the XL1 that will accommodate four adults. Possibly called XL2, the four-seater would have two rear-hinged doors, like those on the BMW i3.
Every now and then I’d render something unusual, something weird, something bizarre. This is one such rendering, prepared unintentionally.
BMW confirmed that it will build the X2 SUV from the front-wheel driven platform currently used by the 2-Series Active Tourer. It’s also revealed that the X2 will be a 2-door only coupe SUV.
The Fabia is one of the few cars I’ve been looking forward to this year. And I’m not disappointed with the look for the 3rd generation Skoda mini. And now I present to you my vision of the Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo.