So the Viva-replacement were seen being tested by Perodua in Malaysia. This model will most likely a version of Daihatsu Ayla and Toyota Agya. So far Daihatsu and Toyota are not selling the Ayla and Agya in India. When they do, I wonder will they make a sedan version since A-segment sedans are very popular […]
It was officially announced that the Viva will be replaced next year by an all-new model. No words yet though, if it will be based on any existing Daihatsu or Toyota models. My guts tell me it’s possibly a Perodua’s version of Daihatsu Ayla and Toyota Agya. Funny, as two years ago, I rendered a […]
These are my idea of the new Perodua Viva based on Daihatsu A-Concept.
Just thought the new Passat could spin out a liftback variant, much like Audi A5 Sportback. After all, there were Passat hatchbacks before; B1 from 1973–1981 (below left) and B2 from 1981–1988 (below right)
We’ve seen official sketches of the NMS, North America’s answer to the Passat. I believe it should look pretty close to these renderings, don’t you think? I dare say it looks better than the “new” B7 Passat.
We’ve already read from Paul Tan’s blog, “the models / variants in negotiations to be locally assembled will not be the models which are currently offered in Malaysia.” My guess will be Volkswagen Vento (Polo sedan from India) and Volkswagen Jetta (from Mexico). I’m not too sure about the third model though. Could be the […]
No, I did not render the new generation Passat. But if Volkswagen gives the Passat a facelift before replacing it in two years time, It could probably looks like this. Special thanks: Reppu
With BMW showing its 5 Series GT and Audi unveiling the new A5 Sportback, Volkswagen may be joining the fray as well with a baby brother to the slick Passat CC based on the Golf. Although some reports suggest that Wolfsburg could be preparing to unveil the new Golf CC at the Frankfurt Motor Show, […]
This is my sick idea of what happens if Panamera bonks the Passat CC. What’s with the name? Well it from the 1970 VW-Porsche Tapiro concept designed by Giorgetto Giougiaro.