Posts Tagged ‘Viva

Chevrolet Spark

10, Dec 2014

Rebadging the Opel Karl/Vauxhall Viva into the new Chevrolet Spark.

Perodua Axia

12, Jul 2014

While it’s not confirmed, one of the name Perodua is considering for its Viva replacement is Axia. This rendering was done with reference to one leaked image of the new mini Perodua. While you’re here, why not check out my previous attempt in rendering the Perodua Viva replacement.

Remember the profile of the Perodua A-Segment Sedan Concept posted here 4 weeks ago? Well here are two more renderings to go with that. Quality isn’t great as the donor image of Hyundai Xcent was of low-resolution.

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 […]

Perodua Viva

5, Oct 2013

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 […]

Perodua Viva

10, Aug 2011

These are my idea of the new Perodua Viva based on Daihatsu A-Concept.

Coupes are making a comeback. And Europe has not seen a large Honda coupe for years. It’s about time one returns. Just hope Honda keeps it a genuine two-door coupe, and not a 4-door or 5-door.

According to Autobild, Honda HSV-010 is headed for production next year. But didn’t Honda crushed all hope and rumour of an NSX successor late last year? Anyway Autobild went on to say for the HSV-010 to transform from a race car to road car, it will have narrower track, more sculpted sides and looses that […]

Honda NSZ

15, Jan 2010

Back in 2007, Honda unveiled the Acura Advanced Sports Concept, a front engined, rear wheel drive V10 supercar that will serve as the successor to the highly successful NSX. Of course, following the invincible GTR’s launch, Honda decided to further develop the NSX replacement, of which then the financial crisis crash course its way into […]