Yesterday I shared the renderings of potential new Mazda RX-7. Today I present to you the shooting brake variant of the RX-7.
I doubt Mercedes-Benz has plan for a C-Class Shooting Brake. But here’s how I imagine It’d look.
Frankly, I am not too please with my Bentley EXP Shooting Brake renderings. I hope I’ve made a better attempt this time with the Aston Martin DBX Shooting Brake.
EXPerimenting with the shooting brake variant of Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 concept.
While this body style gives rear passenger more headroom, I doubt it’ll increase much on the coupe’s boot space. And the TT looses its sleekness with that blunt rear.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. Mercedes-Benz announced there will be no Mercedes-AMG GT cabriolet. So how about the shooting brake?
After much consideration from the names submitted through Facebook and Twitter, I’ve decided to call this shooting brake variant of the Cayman as Cayvan.
Three days ago I posted a chopped Volvo Concept Shooting Brake by merging the Volvo Concept Coupe and Volvo Concept XC. Then earlier Volvo released a few teaser shots of their new concept to be unveiled in March’s Geneva Auto Show. Guess what? It is a shooting brake! Hmm…
You guys should know I’m a huge fan of shooting brakes. Here are another two shooting brake renderings of the Jaguar F-Type.
This was rendered in response to the following video.