TTAC Photochop: Chevy Beat

ttac photochop chevy beat

As far as we can tell from the carparazzi shots, the production Beat's proportions will be similar to those of the show-car; with two rear doors. In detail, the car will be a lot different. You can tell most of the differences only by looking at the original green concept Beat. The Transformers-like spoiler of the concept is clearly not destined for the production car. The vehicle in the spyshots shows a boring lower grill with horizontal and vertical stripes. I tried to make it cool looking, but that thing would only work for a retro design. The only elements I can identify as being interesting and modern on the camouflaged car are the lights. They seem to follow the dynamic shape seen on the green prototype with a nice mix of optical elements. Whether this will Beat or get beaten is hard to tell; the competition in Europe's micro-car class is really heating-up.

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  • NN NN on Aug 16, 2008

    Mr. Avarvarii, I bet you are right on with this rendition. If you cross your eyes slightly, you'll see the proportions of this are a dead ringer for the current Aveo...it's just got improved style on the front end, that's all. And that fits GM's investment style...as easy as can be. We don't want this in the USA; it's going to be a dog.

  • Cleek Cleek on Aug 16, 2008
    Stan V : August 15th, 2008 at 3:49 pm Only a Chinese gymnast under 5′ tall will fit through those rear doors. That a good thing. None of them are old enough to drive.

  • Blunozer Blunozer on Aug 17, 2008

    Ease up guys! Its not like this will be for sale in North America anyhow. Also, since GM is announcing it now, that means we got about 5 years before it actually makes it to production.

  • Martin Schwoerer Martin Schwoerer on Aug 18, 2008

    Andrei, to me your rendition looks like a slightly-improved version of the present Opel Agila / Suzuki Splash. Or is my vision cloudy today?

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