I’ve always preferred simpler designs for cars. Here I try to “improve” the new Honda Civic’s front design that I personally find busy and unnecessary. What do you think of my version of the Civic’s front? You can view a ‘before and after’ clip here to see what I’ve done.
Using the Audi A4 (B8) as base, I rendered this modern interpretation of the Borgward Isabella. Borgward Isabella was the brand’s last model produced before it folded. As for the reason of using the Audi as base, it’s because the BX7 SUV concept looks like a ripoff of the Audi Q5.
Looking back, what if Volvo entered the SUV market as early as the 1980s? I rendered these tall-roofed high-riding Volvo 240 estate using the shape and profile of Jeep Cherokee. Think if this as the never-been predecessor of the Volvo XC90.
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Back in September, many reports surfaced about Corvette Z06-powered Cadillac Escalade-V is being developed. So how will this Escalade-V look?
News has it that the Dodge Viper will be discontinued in 2017. I got to thinking, what if Dodge too goes the 4-door coupe route, and develops a 4-door Viper to replace both the coupe and also the Charger sedan?
Just toying with the idea of a compact BMW i5, by grafting the i8’s nose onto the body of the Nissan IDS Concept.
Despite the recent diesel scandal, Volkswagen is still determine to launch a new generation of Phaeton in two to three years time. Will it look like these renderings? I rendered these by clothing the Volkswagen C Coupe GTE body onto the shell of Audi A8.
When I first saw the Toyota S-FR concept, checking its dimensions, I immediately thought of a roadster rival to the Mazda MX-5 Miata. While it remains to be seen if Toyota will put this S-FR into production, it will be nice to for Toyota to have a spiritual successor to the 1965 Toyota Sports-800 and the MR2/MRS.
What if Jeep sells the Fiat Toro in North America wearing the Cherokee front fascia? As mentioned in Carscoop.com, know for quite some time now that Jeep plans to add a pick-up to its line-up.