This is a rendering exercise on adapting the design and styling of the Alfa Romeo 159 onto the body and profile of a rear wheel-driven (RWD) sedan. The updated look of the 159 looks rather nice. We will wait till June 2015 to see how the eventual RWD 159-replacement, likely to be called Giulia will look.
Utterly pointless and and unnecessary. But then who knows, somewhere, someone might just want a jacked-up roadster for the rough terrain.
The China-only Chevrolet Cruze is a fine looking car. But it’s not confirmed yet if the global version of the Cruze will be the same. Until then, adapting the China Cruze into a coupe is easy.
Like the Mazda 2 Wagon, this is unlikely to happen too. But this would have been a good spiritual successor to the Mazda MX3.
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According Road & Track, the new Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 will only be available as coupe. A convertible with the roof off would reduce stiffness so much, that the point of the GT350 would be negated. Hope this doesn’t disappoint too many Shelby enthusiasts.
Since there’s no Mazda 3 Wagon, I doubt there’ll be a Mazda 2 Wagon. Though such model might be popular in Europe.
In September, Fiat and Mitsubishi inked a deal for Mitsubishi to produce a new pickup for Fiat from 2016. I rendered this by incorporating front design from Fiat FCC4 concept to the just launched Mitsubishi Triton. My previous Fiat pickup rendering was based on the Nissan Navara, because back then there was a plan to base the new Triton on the Navara.
The all-new Mitsubishi Triton sort of gave the world a shock of disappointment; looking more like an extensive than a total revamped. Will such opinion-dividing look carry on to the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport?