Wanted to see how a booted Golf will look. Personally I quite like it, more so than the Jetta. And not to confuse this with the Jetta, I’m bringing back the Bora name.
Volkswagen decided not to put the Compact Coupe concept into production. But if they do, this is how I’ll revise the front, to make it a bit sportier looking then the Jetta sedan. What do you guys think?
I could have called this Golf MK7, but it’s my idea of what a 5-door Jetta for the North American market might look. And since the Golf was also known as Rabbit there, hence the name.
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.
These images first appeared in InsideLine Blog on 28 July. According to the author Ed Hellwig, the production Veloster will get bigger grille, door handles, side mirrors with integrated signals and a third (side) door to provide access to the rear seats – similar to that of Mini Clubman.
These Sonata Convertible renderings are quite popular. They caused quite a debate when they first appeared in Inside Line on 6 May. Daniel Pund, Senior Editor of Inside Line says: “Within the next couple of years, we might be able to drive a rented four-seat convertible on our Hawaii vacation without having to wear paper […]
Above is my entry for CarSpyShots.net Photoshop Contest 16, the Touring variant of the Avante/Elantra.
This renderings were previously featured on ThisWeekInMotors on 5 May, and were later featured in Autblog two days later. Do you guys like it? I personally do.