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    Saab 9-1 Updated

    Some design elements from the Aero X. Just a good small car to fight the imports.

    ::Updated with "stonger" rear end"

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    Re: Saab 9-1

    I like the front but the rest could use some more character.
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    Re: Saab 9-1

    Quote Originally Posted by rmodys
    I like the front but the rest could use some more character.

    yeah it was pretty weak, its updated now.

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    Re: Saab 9-1 Updated

    Nice...but I feel like the front doesn't look enough saabish...it looks more like a Chevy type front.
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    Re: Saab 9-1 Updated

    Quote Originally Posted by asim
    Nice...but I feel like the front doesn't look enough saabish...it looks more like a Chevy type front.

    i tried to make a toned down version of the aero x concept for the front end


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    Re: Saab 9-1 Updated

    It looks much better now. I really like the toned-down Aero-X front end, that'd be great for a new Saab.
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    Re: Saab 9-1 Updated

    Perspective looks way off. Does somewhat capture the look of the X.

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    Re: Saab 9-1 Updated

    captures the X feeling but the doors are wayyyyyyy to long

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    Re: Saab 9-1 Updated

    Quote Originally Posted by camaro chris
    has anyone else noticed the slight Mazda look that the Aero-X has on the hood/nose?

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