Posts Tagged ‘Skoda Nahoru

I remember reading somewhere there’ll be SEAT and Skoda versions of the Up!. And these are my attempts in rendering the other two of the Up! triplets.

Volkswagen “NMS”

4, Oct 2010

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 […]

Seat Toledo

8, Aug 2010

This is my idea for SEAT to replace the Exeo. Though the Exeo was only launched in late 2008, it would be nice to have a Jetta-based Toledo for late 2012. Some might argue that the Exeo is D-segment, whereas the Jetta is C-segment. Well, dimensions wise, the Jetta is wider and taller than the […]

Volkswagen Phaeton

30, Jun 2010

According to Autocar, Volkswagen will tailor the next generation of the car to the US and China market. Autocar also reported Volkswagen is considering a number of options for the car’s underpinnings; extended version of the Audi A6 that’s sold in China, or even the Audi A8’s aluminium platform. So my renderings are based on […]

Vokswagen Jetta

25, Jun 2010

Another pair of renderings to choose from. I set out wanting to make the Jetta more sporty or aggressive looking. And I’ve slap on the Scirocco front. So which do you guys prefer? Above or below?

Volkswagen Jetta

10, Feb 2010

I thought it’d be fun to add the MK6 Golf’s front to the Jetta. I actually thought it’ll look nice. But…

The production version of the Volkswagen Jetta Volkswahen Kizashi Suzuki Jetta Suzuki Kizashi sedan was officially revealed today in a special launch event in Detroit. Built at Suzuki’s new manufacturing plant in Sagara, Japan, the Kizashi will serve as the company’s flagship model when it arrives in North American showrooms this winter. Source: Carscoop