Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by srm3500, Mar 15, 2017.
I like it lol...I might be the only one.
Looks like a Charger with a mustache .
I love it!!!
I really like the side view......but that front clip could stare into a bowl of milk and curdle it into cottage cheese!
Not really what I would expect of the next 300, but certainly some of the design language from the Portal could be worked in. Especially if it were an electric or hybrid version of some sort. Looking at the actual Portal concept and I can see it. Nice job on the rendering, no matter what we may think, respect to the effort.
Looks too much like the bad attempts to make a current vehicle look different for some futuristic movie.
I love watching cheesy movies just to make fun of stuff like this! It's also interesting to see how creative the producers are when it comes to covering car badges.
From Jack Waller (found it via google on Jackwallerdesign.com)
Would much prefer elements from these (inspired by years ago) than an extreme sci-fi that is Cadillac slashes the "Art" of "Art and Science" design philosophy over time.
how about for the next Chryslers, F Areo and give us Big bold grills.
First of all, kudos on the rendering darksky. Don't take any guff from people who havent graduated from crayons. (...I'd guess that would be me, too). I really like the sill into rear fender flare. Much better than the Chevy lower cut line into half rear fender fiasco, I mean treatment. I'll agree that the portal front end doesn't meld very well on a sedan, but this rendering does help us visualize what could be. My thought is maybe the rear glass roof idea might make A very interesting magnum replacement. 300 had an estate version offshores. And if dodge is sporty now, maybe Chrysler would be a better fit?
You did a great job. Obviously, it would be even better if the whole car had the same styling language. Take absolutely no insult from this, I know how complicated it really is to make such drawings. Anyway, I would love to own a car looking that great, maybe a little bit smaller than this E-segment beast.
The new Chrysler must retain some of its classic looks. Similar to Cadillacs. You'll know one when you see one.
Keep it big or bigger, inside and outside. ----- And then make a little smaller FWD/AWD Chrysler but still big enough on the inside for rear seat passengers. Not looking to build another sports car, too many out there now.
I want to say I don't like it, but certain specific areas stand out to me that I'd love to see.
The one that sticks out most to me is that side crease that seemingly runs from the headlight assembly and back, mirrored on the bottom. I don't know what made you think of that element, but it's brilliant. I'd hope we see that, it modernizes the look.
You also did this rendering:
That overall face, with what you did to the side here:
I wish I could Photoshop to show what I'm seeing, but that would be an amazing evolution to the look of this car. Make it flow, as opposed to the blockiness we've come to know, but also still have that big luxury sedan appearance we've come to know. Also, the Portal wheels look surprisingly good on the 300, who would've known.
Clean the front end of it and I think it would draw attention back to Chrysler. It is something Chrysler needs right now.
Top picture, yes. Bottom, no
i honestly think theres room for both fwd hybrid/electric E sized and rwd conventional full sized in Chryslers docket
I wonder if any FCA design execs read Allpar...it would be interesting to know if they were taking notes.
I've said it before, a RWD/AWD 300 and a FWD Concorde...