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Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by ddeeaa, Nov 26, 2017.
Does this have anything to do with oh2o’s comment about 2022 300 confirmation? It was cryptic, but I took it as refreshes across the board for large cars and new models out 2022.
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Looks pretty good to me. I don’t expect to see the crosshair grill if this is in fact a rendering of the next gen Charger.
This might have been prior to the bandit look, this would be going backward
Doubtful there have been several images floating around that appear to try and marry Dodge styling with the Giulia.... its not going to work that way even for a the fingers crossed mid-sized
i kinda like that sketch. gives the charger a bit more upscale feel. while i don't hate the bandit front clip, i still prefer the previous front clip and wouldn't mind seeing it return in some form.
OH, that one. It looks like someone with 3D-rendering knowledge, and started with an Audi or something. The rear end is SO much worse.. lol - I've seen this thing across facebook over the last few days. Thank the gods, it is a work of fiction. lol
A few reasons why I say that:
1 - like I said, they started with an Audi model, or something similarly european
2 - it has the split crosshairs, which Dodge is clearly doing away with
3- the rear end. We like our race-tracks, but I think Gilles would fire the person who came up with the way they did it in this render.
4 - The grille opening is more Ford than Dodge
5 - The headlights and lower fascia are definitely Audi-derived (as stated before)
6 - The source. The name of the artist on the plate, for one, and ForceGT is a clickbait clone of Autoblog, I'm pretty sure.
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That is chunky and awful
Now, I will have a HUGE laugh if all they do is refresh the L platform for Chrager/Challenger/300 and nothing gets moved to Giorgio.
I'll keep my 2013, thank you very much.
If they weight reduced L and added some modern safety equipment the platform could live on. I don't know if weight-reducing a decade+ old platform is possible though to current standards.
That's CLEARLY not. No one at FCA in the design studio is that lacking of talent. And Ralph wouldn't give it a second look.
Probably some kid in his moms basement.
I get it. Ghibli is riding on a highly modified L.
I will laugh because of the investment made by Dodge and Chrysler into Giorgio and they are getting nothing from it.
Sergio the "Alfa-mancer".