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For all you hardtop fans

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No B-pillar hardtop sedan!

So how would the old school hardtop fans feel about a car w/ a sliding glass door but no B-pillar?

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We would love it. How the doors open is immaterial; in fact, make all 4 sliders!

What concept is this tho, I don't recall it.

...EDIT: ahh: Opel. It's nice, tho there are strong other-make elements to my eye (Lexus rear quarter line, mercedes-esque frontal elements). Also never been fond of the 'no rear door handles- look! it's a coupe' charade.

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We would love it. How the doors open is immaterial; in fact, make all 4 sliders!

What concept is this tho, I don't recall it.

...EDIT: ahh: Opel. It's nice, tho there are strong other-make elements to my eye (Lexus rear quarter line, mercedes-esque frontal elements). Also never been fond of the 'no rear door handles- look! it's a coupe' charade.

Yeah it is the Opel Insignia concept, supposedly the 1st Zeta but inreality it was a Sigma chassis under the skin. I think the 4 sliders idea has merit. Imagine how easy it would be to park and not worry about you bumping someone's door or them bumping yours.
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We would love it. How the doors open is immaterial; in fact, make all 4 sliders!

Yes, I agree... Bring it on! :D

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I have it on fairly good authority that Opel has refused a Zeta of their own. What the heck are they smokin? That's a sweet concept.
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You know, to be such a beautiful concept the Insignia really didn't get that much attention.

Especially considering that it was, as far as I know, the first look at Zeta.

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I have it on fairly good authority that Opel has refused a Zeta of their own. What the heck are they smokin? That's a sweet concept.

I think Opel refused Zeta because of its heavy weight. They wanted a lighter platform.

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I think Opel refused Zeta because of its heavy weight. They wanted a lighter platform.

Opel doesn't like fat girls! :smilewide:

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Hey, Custom, some of us are trying to beat it to good porn eat over here. :smilewide:

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