Three days ago I posted a chopped Volvo Concept Shooting Brake by merging the Volvo Concept Coupe and Volvo Concept XC. Then earlier Volvo released a few teaser shots of their new concept to be unveiled in March’s Geneva Auto Show. Guess what? It is a shooting brake! Hmm…
I thought a beautiful Leon Coupe would be what Seat needs to boast its image. Unfortunately my renderings do not do justice to the idea.
So the Viva-replacement were seen being tested by Perodua in Malaysia. This model will most likely a version of Daihatsu Ayla and Toyota Agya. So far Daihatsu and Toyota are not selling the Ayla and Agya in India. When they do, I wonder will they make a sedan version since A-segment sedans are very popular in India. When that happens, will we get a Viva sedan for Malaysia?
While I’ve done only the profile, I referred the profile to that of the Hyundai Xcent. I do think it’s quite nice. Usually most A-segment derived sedans are awkward and ill-proportioned. One thing I learnt to make it less top-heavy; bigger wheels and lower the ride height slightly. It helps too to add some horizontal graphics on the side (doors). In this case, I’ve give the doors black uncoated plastic strips. This visually reducing the surface area, making the car look lower.
So I turned the S-Class Coupe into a 2-seater sports car; removing rear seats, shorten the rear overhang, lowered DLO and roof, lengthen the hood and smaller side windows. I like this rendering’s shape and profile over the S-Class Coupe’s. However this is definitely not something Mercedes-Benz has in mind, especially since the SLC (SLS replacement) will fulfill that role. I don’t even know what to call this. Any suggestion?
To my eyes, the first generation Lancia Delta will always be a beauty. Even today it still look stylish. This generation of Lancia is also known for it’s chassis and handling. So I wonder if there was a sedan variant, it would have been a great alternative/rival to the BMW 3-Series (E30). Especially if the Lancia from that era is less prone to rusting, and the electronics don’t go crazy.
Really feel Mini should put the tiny Rocketman into production. The Cooper has grown too big it’s almost beyond B-Segment. It’s time to make Mini a mini again don’t you think?
Finally completed. These set of renderings were challenging. So here we have the new A4 base on the styling and design of Audi Sport Quattro Concept. By the way, at the time of posting, I’ve read from Top Gear that the Audi Sport Quattro has finally been approved for production. The coupe will sit between the TT and the R8 in Audi’s performance coupe line-up.
According to Autocar, the new Legacy will be made as a saloon only – and Subaru has confirmed it will not be sold in the UK. UK market will get the production version of the Levorg sports tourer instead. A pity then. I quite like my rendering of the Legacy Touring.
In June 2013, I rendered what was then rumored to be Tesla’s affordable and compact model to rival the Nissan Leaf. Soon however, there were reports that the car, code-named Gen 3 Sedan, well, will be a sedan. So this is my new attempt in rendering the Tesla C-segment sedan. I referred heavily from the Pininfarina-design Tata Pr1ma concept, which I really like. I’ve lowered and stretched the Pr1ma so to make it look sleeker and meaner. I still think looks a bit too tall.