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Old 10-23-2005, 04:55 PM
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This is the Venom, mid engined supercar thats had an ongoing development since 1994, this is a 2002 design. The main aim with this was to make it apear sleeker and less bulky than its predecessors


This is the 2000 version, basically just an modernised version of the 1996 car

By 1996 the design had been standardised

This idea in 1994 (drawn in a german lesson) was to be an F1 car for the road, the only relic of this is the part open front wheel which is still on the modern design.

This is a different design altogether, was supposed to be a supercar that sits on the footprint of a supermini... This was drawn in 1991 when i was 8





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Old 10-23-2005, 05:03 PM
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This is a mini car designed to sit on a rear engined hybrid platform and sits about halfway between the MCC Smart and The Austin Mini in size. its a 4 seater but the rear two fold flat to allow for luggage space.
Had a short stint as the Rover 7 (for an unfinished project)

Here's a Sub B segment car I designed in 1996, supposed to fit below the Corsa/Fiesta class




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Old 10-23-2005, 06:17 PM
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Good to see how your skills improved through the years. You're one of the few here who have tackled a super-mini, and I think that your ideas about that size-class are really refreshing.
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Old 10-23-2005, 11:33 PM
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Thanks, OK here's some more.. In keeping with the superminis
This is a sketch I did this year for my new Escape (By the way I do design cars for real manufacturers but found out a long time back it was easier to organise my thoughts this way)

This is the Miranda, designed in 2003 it's a large supermini, just under 4m in length (not far off the new Grande Punto) There's no 3dr as that market is to be filled with the Escape though with Americans buying more and more cars this size I may style a 4dr saloon. There's also a coupe/convertible model (sorry about the quality, i lost all my work off the computer so this was scanned in) with a 6 piece folding roof to allow for decent luggage space and foldin rear seats that when down create an extended rear deck to give the appearance of a mid engined sports car

Then the Escape, designed in 1995 (with a convertible model in the beginning of 1997) it was an extensive supermini range with small sallon estate and van. Also in the picture is a possible replacement I never pursued from 2000




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Old 10-24-2005, 12:05 AM
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This is supposed to be a touch longer than the focus/Astra etc alos going to be available in a more space efficient shape and an Estate

Here are the original ideas that led to the car above

This is a 7 seat mini people carrier based on the Twirl (below) first designed in 1996 this is a 2005 version with updated front and rear bumpers and new centre console inside

Here's the car it's based on, a fairly standard ranbge of 3/5dr hatchbacks and an estate, these were designed in 1995 although the bottom pictures show a restyled 1998 version




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Old 10-24-2005, 05:41 PM
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This is the Idas C, it's a 2005 touring Coupe based on my family sized saloon (the Idas) front and back are slightly different proportions for comparative reasons, the front picture has some different detailing on the side which I might develop in future designs

Here's the Idas, designed in 2002 (also pictured is the refreshed 2005 version) it's a Saloon and Estate with transatlantic sales in mind... to compete with Mondeo/Vectra/407 as well as the Fusion/Impala etc.. Its sits at slightly longer than the Vectra 4dr but shorter than the Vectra Estate

These are ideas for a new car of this size from around 2000/2001. Notice simularities between the top car and the Peugeout 407

This is the Armart from 1995, conventional range of hatch/saloon/estate though the original idea was for it to be tri fuel (2.0 petrol/LPG with electric motor assist)




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Old 10-24-2005, 06:17 PM
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From around 2001/2002 this is a Merc E-class/Audi A6 competitor, there will be more pictures to follow

Here's the predecessor, designed in 1995




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Old 10-24-2005, 11:06 PM
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will I get feedback here or is it better to put them in the Automotive Design section?
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Old 10-29-2005, 12:17 PM
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wow, nice. are these all from your brand? most of them seem to have the same corporate grille...you've got an impressively large range

i love how you managed to incorporate basic styling themes from the previous generations of the venom into the 2002 model, making the design instantly identifiable as a venom while looking new and fresh...great work

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Old 10-30-2005, 04:29 AM
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yes, though there's a lot more than this, as I started in 1989 and constantly have about 30 models.
There are other designs for real manufacturers too.
the only one I have on here was more a prediction than anything else

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