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C8 Rendition-What I think is under all the Camo

Old 12-19-2017, 06:54 PM
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um....not....

The side scoops are fabricated under the camo, they go way further back to the quarter and are angled. The front end is much more radical in angular shape and you're way off on the hood.

I've seen the car...just sayin.
Yeah...I posted a pic of the mule with some outlines suggesting that the nose and around the headlamps is sculpted aggressively.

I also see camo paint on the rear deck where glass "should be".

...is this warmer or colder?




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Originally Posted by firstvettesoon View Post
Yeah...I posted a pic of the mule with some outlines suggesting that the nose and around the headlamps is sculpted aggressively.

I also see camo paint on the rear deck where glass "should be".

...is this warmer or colder?



If this is the car I’m buying the first year. Defiantly going to get the extended warranty for sure dont need a feiro situation charge me more but make it look EXOTIC with a DCT transmission
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Originally Posted by firstvettesoon View Post
...is this warmer or colder?




I think you are close and that the ME will look very Ferrari-esque, like these 488 GTs.



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Old 12-20-2017, 11:04 AM
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Nice! I love all the excitement of a new generation.
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Old 12-24-2017, 12:43 AM
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Originally Posted by K.I.T.T. View Post
um....not....

The side scoops are fabricated under the camo, they go way further back to the quarter and are angled. The front end is much more radical in angular shape and you're way off on the hood.

I've seen the car...just sayin.
...any closer ? warmer or colder?




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Warmer! Looks great!
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Originally Posted by firstvettesoon View Post
...any closer ? warmer or colder?







Great renders. Look at the bottom picture under the camo. From the B Pillar back, it doesn't appear to be any side class or maybe it's covered up. That appears to change the way the rear class looks. Thoughts?

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Don’t be surprised if under all that camo is a Cadillac. It’s widely known Chevrolet had to share the architecture with Cadillac in order to share the cost of developing the car. Compare this picture to the cold weather testing picture and the cars are 2 different cars. But I do like the looks of this car through the camo covering.
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Old 12-29-2017, 03:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Larshelt View Post

Great renders. Look at the bottom picture under the camo. From the B Pillar back, it doesn't appear to be any side class or maybe it's covered up. That appears to change the way the rear class looks. Thoughts?
I agree, but cutting the window line straight at the B pillar would look odd to say the least. I am hoping the window line follows thru to the rear in some very pleasing way.

We need more hints ! But until then...




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I can only hope it looks as nice as these drawings ! You've done a commendable job in de-cam'oing the pictures.
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Originally Posted by firstvettesoon View Post
I agree, but cutting the window line straight at the B pillar would look odd to say the least. I am hoping the window line follows thru to the rear in some very pleasing way.


I totally agree that without the window line continuing rearward and past the B pillar would look odd (in fact I “bizarre” is how I would describe it). I believe that this will be one of the C7’s design clues that will deliberately carry over to the mid-engine C8.
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As to Larshelt’s comment above that it does not look like in the McDonald’s ME pictures, that “From the B Pillar back, it doesn't appear to be any side class or maybe it's covered up,” a single thickness of sticky-back, camo wrap could easily hide any glass. I do agree however, with his last part of his post, e.g., maybe it’s covered up.
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Originally Posted by firstvettesoon View Post
I agree, but cutting the window line straight at the B pillar would look odd to say the least. I am hoping the window line follows thru to the rear in some very pleasing way.

We need more hints ! But until then...



I agree with both you and elegant, it wouldn't flow as good as what you have rendered. It would look a lot like the B pillar on the yellow Ferrari 488 below.


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[QUOTE=live2drive;1596213600]I think you are close and that the ME will look very Ferrari-esque, like these 488 GTs.


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The Ferrari is of course beautiful, but, to a large degree, its shape is determined by aerodynamic requirements. Hopefully, GM will follow the same path and design an aerodynamically functional shape that is also beautiful. As opposed to Lamborghini which often designs a shape for impact while ignoring its aerodynamic properties.
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Very nice work. It looks a boxy to me. I think the top of the rear vent should stretch and sculp itself across the top of the door and into the top of the front fender. It needs to be more connected. Front to rear. The car not your drawing......
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Originally Posted by Larshelt View Post
I agree with both you and elegant, it wouldn't flow as good as what you have rendered. It would look a lot like the B pillar on the yellow Ferrari 488 below.


try removing the two center posts in the middle of the grill, I don't think the red nose in the pic has that. Soften the lines a bit, it's a winner!
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Originally Posted by Rkreigh View Post
try removing the two center posts in the middle of the grill, I don't think the red nose in the pic has that. Soften the lines a bit, it's a winner!
Actually... it looks like there are two supports (see the two circled areas in yellow below).

There looks to be two posts, and/or two more substantial angular supports. Perhaps these are temporary at this point... maybe some (or all) are part of the mechanism holding the entire fascia for painting... but there does seem to be some type of middle supports there.


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Actually... it looks like there are two supports (see the two circled areas in yellow below).

There looks to be two posts, and/or two more substantial angular supports. Perhaps these are temporary at this point... maybe some (or all) are part of the mechanism holding the entire fascia for painting... but there does seem to be some type of middle supports there.

Yes. Very hard to make out. The REAR fascia can be seen behind it and also confuses the issue... but we can see the rear profile fairly well straight on with a heavy angled chamfer at the top of the rear fenders.

Take a look at the overlay below. I see a bunch of structure (note the B&W painted camo under the black tarp) in the "grill" area, so the front of the car should be very interesting, especially considering the headlamp area also looks very sculpted.



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Originally Posted by FrankLP View Post
Actually... it looks like there are two supports (see the two circled areas in yellow below).

There looks to be two posts, and/or two more substantial angular supports. Perhaps these are temporary at this point... maybe some (or all) are part of the mechanism holding the entire fascia for painting... but there does seem to be some type of middle supports there.

I hope they are temporary. Out of these spy photos, I produced these drawings. Obviously there is some guess work but I think it is close. I hope the rear glass is like C5 and 6 just for visibilities sake. If it looks like my dwgs., I'm afraid it is bloody awful. Note the two different designs of the rear vents(grilles) One is a wrap around. See dwg.



















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I hope they are temporary. Out of these spy photos, I produced these drawings. Obviously there is some guess work but I think it is close. I hope the rear glass is like C5 and 6 just for visibilities sake. If it looks like my dwgs., I'm afraid it is bloody awful. Note the two different designs of the rear vents(grilles) One is a wrap around.
Nice sketchwork.
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