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Yet another new one from me. Not perfect and problems galore as usual, but I tried my best to clean it out and I tried my best to correct the proportion. Didn't quite work but....

 

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New for 1998? Looks like a sleeker Grand Am. Even the interior is appropriate.
 

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KillerMRK, you're person number 50 to tell him his designs are outdated. :/
 

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Well, I Tried it again, changed the name. I didn't know the Omega was the last letter, well, I am not Greek, and it DID sound like a good name for a car so.....

For this one, I kinda burrowed a lot of other car's design cues. The headlights are from the Rinspeed sQuba, Foglights and turn signal is from the 08 Grand Prix(a bit raised an angle from it), Solstice's Grille, G8 GXP's lower grille, Oulim Spirra GT's side Bumber treatment, and the rear quarter design from the Opel Speedster that I added the window to, to make it a 4 seater. Still does not look quite right, but oh well.... I have trouble making any of my drawings current, so this time, I decided to mix and match some current cars design cues. As you can see, it didn't work quite right, but....

 

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Don't be discouraged by others, listen and learn! Your drawing is a rendering of the late Pontiac Fiero with an updated facade. What is really needed is a 2011 Bonneville STE, family sized sports/grand tourismo. Remember it must be built around the Holden Stateman, or Caprice frame, the styling is up to you. More points; it must be powered by a 4 cylinder Turbo or a DI V6 only,so it has got to be light weight. Now back to the drawing board...Good Luck!
 

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That's getting there--plus, the narrow wedge-like front is more fitting in a sporty mid-engine layout like that.
 
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