It's not a driver oriented c0ckpit. Center-stack/console is very Infiniti.
Handbrake should be on the left-side.
You have a manual shifter but no clutch pedal.
Lots of empty space on the dash.
doors are too plain for a Saab.
Not too bad for freehand though.
You basically addressed some of the problems I knew, but didn't want to redo on this first drawing but on my next. And the hand brake on the Corvette is on the right, so I thought it didn't matter. Thanks for the critics
I didn't think much of a handbrake being either the right or the left....until I got my G6, and realized that it was alittle far to reach. It's personal preference, I guess.Originally Posted by Quickening
Yeh I thought it was on the right side for the G6 also, personally I don't like that being in the console at all. But when sitting in the passenger seat of Z06 at the auto show I liked holding on to it, so thats why I put it on the right in drawing :p
Beware, some British Leyland descendants might sue you for the infringement of their trademark Quartic wheel from the Allegro:
On a more serious note - great job, better than anything I've done, mostly because I've never tried to I also can't draw a circle too well, that's why I didn't become an architect
As for the interior, it seems pretty void for a premium car, and a Saab especially. I would try to evolve something around the traditional Saab plane-c0ckpit dashes - lotsa buttons, airplane-style gauges etc.
As concerns the handbrake, I've heard that the fancy one in the 9-3 is not very practical - you can get your hand stuck. So, given Saab's predilection for safe/practical quirky details, why not place some funky thing like a button operating the handbrake somewhere?
cool drawing, i dunno about all the critics in here....but as a drawing i like it.
but what they said were all valid points.
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