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Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Feb 11, 2013.
looks cool, but way to similar to a gtr. just some "feedback"
Buddyfriend, This was just a concept vision, but i can make another one of the front, and you can just give me feedback what needs to be improved
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I'm surprised nobody has mentioned the Studebaker Lark cues:
i need that in my life immediately
cmon man take a joke
I have to be looking straight into the turned on headlights to even see something remotely similar.
I don't really see any.
The Lark was actually designed based on Virgil Exner's Plymouth Valiant, not a Japanese car. If I remember correctly Virgil showed the concept of the Valiant for 5 minutes to one of the designers at Studebaker and they tried to copy it, but failed. (Pretty sure this is a true story)
Notice the similarities:
Daimler-Benz then called, they wanted their shield back...
I suppose the lark's grille shape is similar
No not really, I'm pretty sure the Lark was designed before the Valiant and was released sooner. The Lark came out in '59 while the Valiant came out a year later.
The Valiant was designed in '59 and released in late 1959/1960 (as the Q series)
Anyway, here's some evidence to back my claim
More info: https://www.indieauto.org/2014/12/10/1959-studebaker-was-it-really-design-theft/
Frankly the Lark is the better-looking car anyway. That Valiant has to be one of the ugliest machines ever to defile the road, and that's saying something in a world where the Mk. IV Prius exists.
what's that you say?
Still better than the Valiant.
Oh then I had the stupid. It's pretty obvious.
Also the two round headlight setup and these mini-grilles near the lights.
If there are any similarities, I guarantee you they aren't intentional.