Last edited by Mr. Burns; 01-30-2006 at 12:08 AM.
Pros: The front grille, almost everything forward of the A-pillar, roofline, marker lights on the roof
Cons: wheels/tires too small, could use some beefier fender flares, rear fender cuts into the rear doors too much.
I'll go with all of that above^^. Also add in higher suspension.
Raise the suspension, the approach angle looks as bad as the new tahoe, the departure angle looks good though. Again smooth the rear tire door cut. The bottom of the door below the window seems too tall. The front has a good agressive appearence. And for the offroading part....the breakover angle doesn't look too good but that could be fixed with a higher suspension and bigger tires. Think a chevy version of an h4.
i guess ill revise it then, thanks for the suggestions.
Looks like a Chevy Aztek.
The front end is too quirky like the Hyundai Santa Fe.
2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT - 112,000 mi.
I dare you to say that to the new UORV's face.Originally Posted by Rex Raider
I like it.
God Bless the Blue Bullet.
Now that looks good. BTW, nice drawing skills, far far better than me. And that does look like it would be a good affordable offroader. Just keep gm's bean counters away while it is being designed and engineered!
Proportions are just totally off. The rear door looks like it would be totally unusable (no room for legs). I just can't get around your drawing style.
i was considering making it a two door, but to me, two doors look unsophisticated. The four doors on this will probably be a minority option, its still easier to get back there with a second door (even if its narrow) then without one.Originally Posted by Rex Raider
thats quite a name.the styling looks dated but (good for their day)...try looking at the Tahoe and Equinox for inspiration.
June 9 2010: I saw the new Buick Regal...and it was beautiful
that's where my elongated doors come into play.... on the ORB, BTW i am honored to have been your inspirationOriginally Posted by Mr. Burns
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