Honda CR-Z Design Inspiration Discovered
January 12th, 2010 3:28 PM Share
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www.minimarcos.org.uk/sport/mugello/index.html is another inspiratiion
If the little curve of the rear window jutting into the c-pillar can be called a Hoffmeister kink, I move that henceforward the triangular hockey-stick c-pillar shape be known as the Teague swoop. Too bad Richard Teague didn't patent it. That swoop is everywhere now. The CR-Z has only a weak version of it. For the stronger version, try the Nissan Murano, Mazda 3, Mitsubishi Outlander, Toyota RAV-4, and the late Pontiac Vibe, to name just a few. Once seen as an offensive outlier, this styling tic has become a mainstream cliche. Go figure.