Last edited by Slideways; 01-08-2010 at 02:27 AM. Reason: FenwickHockey65 and Uzzy caught me being lazy
Heh. Rear door handle's still on the C-pillar.
Good job though.
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You forgot the door handle in the window frame. Otherwise, it looks pretty good. I see it got red eyes with the colour swap as well.
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Very cool... although what is the likelihood of a 3-door appearing when the 5 door conveys the same image?
As for the handle, it's um, the port for the Voltec plug-in. Ha, take that!
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Last edited by Slideways; 01-08-2010 at 01:28 AM.
I wanted a current gen 3 door, so this one being 1,000,000,000,000 times better.....
If it represents a significant percentage of current Aveo sales there's a good chance they'll do another one. Then again Chevy sells a boatload of 2-door Cavaliers and we all know that there's no 2-door Cruze coming anytime soon, so who knows?!?
Oh, and the left-over rear door handle could be where they hide the plug to recharge the electric version!
Hmmm, just thought of something... might cost a fortune to design, but it would be cool if they did a Saturn SC / Ion-like quad coupe with mini 'suicide' doors!
It looks great, good work...but my biggest issue with the new Aveo is where the front license plate is going to go on that overly large grill???
Last edited by Elvisuperman; 01-08-2010 at 11:54 AM.
I'd wish GM would make 2-door hatchbacks again but , the new Aveo is just to nice to alter with, I like your chop but I'd prefer it to be made only as a 4-door. 9/10.
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It's a good chop...don't get me wrong.
However, I still question why you'd need a 3-door Aveo in the first place! The regular new Aveo looks like a three-door anyway...you can barely see the door handles in the back. Cutting out the back doors would only impede access to an already tiny hatchback.
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