Actually a wagon variant of the current latest generation of Chevrolet Malibu will look good. It’s sad that wagons are no longer popular in North America.
I wonder how will Holden’s version of Chevrolet Malibu will look. Will it wear the grille similar to that of the Cruze?
So the new Malibu is meant as a global model for Chevrolet. Perhaps it will be available as an estate variant to sell better is Europe. Having said that, this is not the most refine rendering of how the Malibu Wagon could potentially look.
Not wanting Range Rover to dominate the 3-door luxury SUV market with the Evoque, imagine if Porsche does a 3-door Cayenne.
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Would be cool is Porsche really builds one. I actually like the fact it looks awkward, and lizard like. Hence, the name.
This rendering was for my friend Andrus, as an April’s Fool prank. On his site, he announced that, “Porsche is back with a powerful electric city car concept. The 3.6-meter long(about the same size as Mini Cooper, but wider and lower) concept has two electric motors on the front and rear axle with a total […]
VW Group chairman Martin Winterkorn has given the first official confirmation that a new entry-level Porsche sports car is being evaluated. Talking to Autocar in Wolfsburg as the new VW Polo received its the 2010 Car of the Year Award, Winterkorn said: “The Porsche model range is firmly based on the 911, Boxster, Cayenne and […]
Now the smallest Porsche is not exactly small. The first Porsche however was the 356, a small 2-seater roadster with such diminutive scales that it’s somewhat the size of a Lotus Elise. Is there a market for such a little Porsche? Expected to be based on the new Volkswagen BlueSport concept, of which Audi will […]