Remember the Lotus City Car Concept shown at the 2010 Paris Motor Show? That car, was suppose to enter production soon after its Paris unveiling and be called Ethos. While we wonder what happened to the plan, I can’t help but notice the similarity the Ethos has in its design with Proton Iriz. After all Proton is Lotus’s parent company. Now that Proton has launched the Iriz, will there be a Iriz-based Ethos?
I’ve rendered many Perodua small sedans before. For my previous renderings, I mentioned I will not be rendering any more Perodua sedan. Yet here I am again, this time I base the small sedan renderings on the Buddyz concept. The idea was to turn that awkwardly-proportioned Buddyz concept into a more palatable sedan for the market, while keeping some of the concept’s unique features.
Once this rendering of Ferrari FX Crossover goes viral, expect to find me murdered by Italian mobsters.
This is my third attempt in rendering the Bentley Four-Door Coupe (Attempt 1, attempt 2). Remember the news on Bentley’s plan for a “small” 4-door coupe to rival Porsche Panamera and BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe?
According to a report in www.motoring.com.au, Jaguar global PR director Richard Agnew said Jaguar is analysing the prospects of a smaller crossover slotted below the J-Pace. These are my impression of that small Jaguar SUV.
Much like after Dacia launched the Duster, came the Renault version, then the Nissan rebadged (Terrano). Will it be the same with the Kwid? Will there eventually be a Nissan version too?
According to a report by Avto Magazin, BMW is preparing an estate version of the M3, and the M3 Touring might be shown at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show.
Rendering the second generation Yeti took me longer than expected. I was paying a lot of attention to the detail and design, in making sure it looks like a Skoda. Originally the Seat 20V20 Concept, my concern now is that while this Yeti renderings looks like a Skoda, it looses the first generation’s unique DLO design. What do you think?
Now that Aston Martin approved the DBX for production, will it grow into a 5-door coupe SUV to rival BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE?