2011 Dodge Charger

It’s out of the bag! That’s right – the new 2011 Dodge Charger has been spotted (or spy shots might be better) and this is one tough looking car my friends. The front end appears to be chiseled with a low muscular stance. Can’t see the rest of the new Dodge Charger but if goes along the same lines as the front end this is going to turn some heads on the road. This Marchionne just might pull this thing off!

From Edmunds Inside Line.com:

Last time our spy photographers met up with the revamped 2011 Dodge Charger, it was in full leathers. So we didn’t know if it was going to ease up on the snarky attitude and duck into an Italian cafe to nurse an espresso with Sergio Marchionne. Today, we know better. The snarkiness factor is dialed up to an 11 on the 2011 Charger, which starts production this fall.

Though the Dodge crosshair grille remains, the girly curves of the old version are gone and it juts out more aggressively (not unlike the snout treatment on Mitsubishi’s Lancer Evolution). The center of the hood is now prominently chiseled just like on the Dodge Challenger. And the downturned headlights give the big sedan a nasty scowl. Note the reshaped front air intakes, too.

Read the full article here.


Check out the Lamborghini Cnossus

There’s concept cars and there’s “concept cars”. The Lamborghini Cnossus is so in your face you might feel like it might even be getting ready to lay a big kiss on you! Check out the front end of this piece of art from design students at Italy’s Scuola Politecnica di Design studio and you’ll walk away knowing something new and fresh came together.

The lines are incredible as it’s apparent many design cues originated from the spectacular Lamborghini Countach. Very nice!

From Motorcrave.com:

On our Tuesday tour of Mediterranean area design, we move eastward from Spain to Italy where this Lamborghini Cnossus concept was born. A thesis collaboration between two Scuola Politecnica di Design students: Russian student Victor Filipchenko and Portuguese student Nelson Simoes, the Cnossus is named after a city on Crete. The designers took some inspiration from the Lamborghini Countach and made a Lambo all their own.

Check out the full article here.


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