I like the look of it for the most part, but not how far back the headlights are when compared to the grill area. That said it is pretty sweet looking for a minivan.
I think it would be interesting for the next generation Grand Caravan to receive a true Grand Caravan Road/Track trim with lots of sport goodies but primarily the supposed twin-turbo Pentastar V-6.
Love it! Nothing gets me going like souped-up versions of family cars/people movers, they're the coolest! BUILD IT Mopar!
Edit: Good job Camaro, I liked it so much forgot to say so, sorry bout that!
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Very cool. Reminds me of a sketch I did a few years back for a proposed twin turbo awd sport suspension version of the caravan. I imagine a LOT more father's would be interested in minivans if they were like these. Good job!
lol kinda cool, but it just looks a bit... off... to me. The sum is less than its parts. I love the individual design aspects, but they don't work together, not on that van. I think it'd need to go a little different design route to make it flow right.
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