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Old 09-12-2018, 08:00 PM
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Default 2018 DS3 Crossback

to be presented tomorrow, but as always, leaked...:)



source: carbuyer.co.uk and wordlscoop.forum.pro.fr

interesting from certain angles and interior is, unlike on patent drawings, also kind of ok... but I'm not blown away by it... if nothing else, it does look better than DS 7 Crossback and definitely better than Mini Countryman even though exhausts on blue one reminds on it a bit…

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Old 09-12-2018, 08:21 PM
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Might wanna do a quick proofread on the thread title next time. mods can you update?

Personally not a fan of all the sharp edges throughout that interior...nor do I enjoy the DLO with that weird section of sheetmetal rising up at the B-pillar.
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Old 09-12-2018, 09:03 PM
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Might wanna do a quick proofread on the thread title next time. mods can you update.
crap, yes please…. I was able to edit it just within the thread :)

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Personally not a fan of all the sharp edges throughout that interior...nor do I enjoy the DLO with that weird section of sheetmetal rising up at the B-pillar.

that "shark fin" thingy on its B pillar is "legacy" carried over from first DS3, presented in 2010 then still under Citroen name.... what baffles me is that strange squared chip in the inner section of its headlamps… ordinary led head lamps have lenses (like those in outer section cluster)… could that squary thing be laser main/long lights?

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Old 09-12-2018, 11:14 PM
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Horrific in every detail.
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Old 09-13-2018, 10:42 PM
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to be presented tomorrow, but as always, leaked...:)





















source: carbuyer.co.uk and wordlscoop.forum.pro.fr

interesting from certain angles and interior is, unlike on patent drawings, also kind of ok... but I'm not blown away by it... if nothing else, it does look better than DS 7 Crossback and definitely better than Mini Countryman even though exhausts on blue one reminds on it a bitů
I like the interior - it's unique and really stands out.
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Old 09-14-2018, 07:17 AM
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The exterior is okay-ish, not saying that I like it, but the class standards have been set pretty low in average so far; A rather bland shape, tried to make interesting with awkward details here and there, something that is usually rather typical for German cars, or Japanese. It wil never work, but I have seen worse (and apparently Kia thinks the shark fin in the beltline is a good thing,a s it is tehre on the new proceed as well)

I really like the interior though, it feels truly bespoke, and not just like a tarted up bread and butter interior, I love the bespoke switchgear, and that you can see a designer was really allowed to carry through a theme and not limit itself to details, because corporate switchgear and infotainment needed reuse, and all the hard points were defined by the plebeian brother. The theme might not be for everyone, but it is unique, and so much more interesting than you find in most cars of that segment; Plus, materials look way above class norm (which i most cases is hard plastic only)
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Old 09-14-2018, 10:23 AM
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Am I the only one who's seeing "2018 SD 3 Ceossback" on the headline?

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Am I the only one who's seeing "2018 SD 3 Ceossback" on the headline?
Nope, me too
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fixed the title
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Old 09-16-2018, 04:46 PM
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fixed the title
Crossc**p would be more adequate.
This is one seriously ugly mf, easily the worst in its segment. Both outside and inside.
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