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Just Google image searching and I saw these...

http://www.marcodilucca.com/

Click to personal works, and halfway down the page you'll find the Solstice.

Wow! Although I think some of this guys other works speak more to his experience with 3d modeling than the Solstice pics (maybe because I'm partial to it's current shape), I must say I like some of what he did with the car, ESPECIALLY the headlights and tail lights.

Granted, he took a little artistic freedom with the general shape of the vehicle, but I'm stuck on the headlight and taillight assemblies.

No offense, and I love the Solstice in current form, but the heads and tails give the car kind of a "cute" look (hey, at least it'll help pick up chicks).

The ones in these mock-ups give the Solstice a bit more attitude, and I like it.

But hey, just my opinion. Something to look forward to in the aftermarket maybe???

P.S. Those wireframes look cool too!
 

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I think he slimmed down the profile. The doors don't look quite as high as the original. Either that or the car just looks slimmer in black. In any case, I think these images are definitely an improvement from those I've seen so far. Looks like he's an Italian artist.
 

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One thing's for sure. He started with the original concept. Note the over/under "shotgun" exhaust, the hoodlines, and the slimmer door handles.
 

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naoki said:
Just Google image searching and I saw these...

http://www.marcodilucca.com/

Click to personal works, and halfway down the page you'll find the Solstice.

Wow! Although I think some of this guys other works speak more to his experience with 3d modeling than the Solstice pics (maybe because I'm partial to it's current shape), I must say I like some of what he did with the car, ESPECIALLY the headlights and tail lights.

Granted, he took a little artistic freedom with the general shape of the vehicle, but I'm stuck on the headlight and taillight assemblies.
I think this is the car that was one of the first solstices built and shown. I have quite a few pictures of this one and the coupe at
http://photos.yahoo.com/mikefred2000

This is the solstice I fell in love with. Hopefully they will be making a coupe in the future. Then I can take my wife for a ride. If not, it's hit the highways on my own.
 
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