Next-gen Dodge Magnum

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    Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    Here is my idea for a new Dodge Magnum. Enjoy!


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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    Darn good pencil rendering! Close to the current model, yet different. A hauler like that will need bigger discs!!! Good job....

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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    I like the new front fascia/headlamp treatment, but otherwise I can't see any other differences, other than the cartoony greenhouse.

    Still good though.

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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    Nice design, but i would go very very radical with the next 300/Magnum/Charger/Challenger. May idea would use a standard V-16 for the 300C Hemi and make it the size of a Lincoln Town Car (ford is killing the Towncar so 300 will take the Police/Taxi/Limo Business).

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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    nice pencil rendering, its the same...but different.

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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    very nice the roof line should be thicker!

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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    It looks more like a slight facelift to me, and the headlight treatment reminds me of Volvo S80... Anyway, great quality!

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    Nice, the front is great, evolutionary front the current model, very aggressive. Great skills!
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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    You got some good skills man, nice job. Only thing is that I consider it more of a cool drawing/rendering of the current model (or maybe a VERY slight facelift), then being a next-generation model.
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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    not bad at all, but the brake rotors are mighty tiny for something that's gonna be movin that fast

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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    id hit that

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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    like the headlamps. but the pillers and greenhouse look to low to make it to production, but yeah the front end should make it to production, in the words of that supermodel sk ank that is perferrably known as paris hilton "thats hott"
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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    Just when you thought the roof could not get any lower...

    They could use your front for a refresh, esp the lights look much cleaner, great job!

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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    whoa, those headlights are sick.

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    Re: Next-gen Dodge Magnum

    Looks awesome. I like the low roof even if its a bit unpractical. Schveet.

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