Just imagining how a wagon version of the Nissan Altima/Teana might look. Most of the roof and rear were from the Murano.
The Sedan Altima’s just been replaced. Perhaps the Coupe variant will get replaced soon?
This is my impression of the production Ellure. I have a feeling the Ellure concept previews either the next Altima for North America, or the Slyphy in Asia. Or maybe the Primera for Europe.
Comparing the official new Hyundai ix20 (left images) to my Matrix renderings (right images), I dare say I was correct back in September 2009, to have predicted the new Matrix will just be the Kia Venga with new front and rear designs. Hyundai has usually been less enthusiastic when designing and/or facelifting the MPV range.
When I rendered this wagon variant, I had in mind to make it look like the Sorento. And I find the Sorento’s hard lines suit the Magentis/Optima. Anyway these renderings first appeared in ThisWeekInMotors on 3 May. The story was later picked up by Autoblog and blog automobile, and the renderings are rather well-liked. As […]
Above two renderings first appeared on Paul Tan’s site on 20 April. While above and below renderings were later featured in Inside Line on 29 April. From most of the comments posted on both sites, these Magentis/Optima renderings seem quite popular and well received.
The 3-door Forte hatch not only looses two rear doors, but the front gets the Koup’s bumper too. And the side-rear window’s shape has changed. At the back, the plate area has been moved to the bumper. And the rear wind-screen has been tidied up too.
It is hard for us to pick one that sets the other apart, but both does represent exceptional value for money, and not at the expense of style, comfort, build quality and safety. Winners of our car of the year are Kia Forte and Peugeot 308 Turbo.