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Chevrolet design sketches

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Here are some various Chevrolet design ideas I just scanned in. Mostly just random sketches. Some have been touched up on the computer.

A sedan from 2004:

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Sedan study from 2006:

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Sedan study from 2006:

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A Cobalt study from 2006:

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A front end execution study from 2006:

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A Cobalt design study from 2007:

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A sedan study from 2007:

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An Impala study from 2007:

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Wagon idea from 2007:

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Truck concept from 2007:

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Monte Carlo from 2007:

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A Cobalt study from 2008:

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Design study from 2008:

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Some front end ideas from 2008:

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A lot of cool stuff there, Ted.
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Agreed, I love more than a few of those. Great job!

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:shocked: That's awesome!

Glad you like it. Here is the unedited sketch:

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A few more:

Random sketches from 2006:

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Impala from 2006:

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Nice work Ted! Good stuff! I like a lot of the design ideas you have going on...very unique and very Chevrolet.

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Impala from 2006:

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Holy Malibu Batman!

Way to go Ted, looks amazing, ahead of it's time, literally lol

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Holy Malibu Batman!

Way to go Ted, looks amazing, ahead of it's time, literally lol

Er, well, this was after I had seen the Malibu spy pics.

If you want to see ahead of its time, here is something from 2003:

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And a sketch from 2002, that I posted here on C&G to show what the Chevrolet grille might look like in the near future.

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I might as well add a few older sketches...

'46 Chevy concept pickup from 2001:

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Chevrolet PT Cruiser fighter from 2002:

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Cavalier SS from 2002:

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Chevrolet Monza from 2002:

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Chevrolet Bel-Air from 2002:

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Great stuff there,Ted.

I remember a few of those, and agree that the red study called out above is stunning. :thumbsup:

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Cool designs, Ted!

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Thanks for all the comments. I am currently cleaning up my desk, so Ill scan up a few more I have lying around.

I have boxes full of drawings lol. :AH-HA_wink:

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Some Impala concepts from 2006:

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Chevy front end styling ideas from 2006:

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Small coupe from 2006:

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I agree with DF on the '06 Cobalt coupe, very nicely done. I also like some of the Impala's you posted as well, keep up the good work.

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A few more crude older drawings....

Small car, late '05

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Chevette from late '05

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Chevy truck from late '05

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Small SUV from January '06

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Wagon/Crossover from January '06

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Small car from '06 (with obvious Malibu design language)

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:scratchchin:

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Sorry dude. :P

I also remember some of these. Glad to see that you've been keeping up on the sketches. You've gotten much better over the years.

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Even in their crudest forms your sketches clearly show a remarkable design direction of Chevies.

Have you thought about going to your prior sketches, and "enhancing" them?

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Even in their crudest forms your sketches clearly show a remarkable design direction of Chevies.

Have you thought about going to your prior sketches, and "enhancing" them?

Yes. Thats why Im in the process of digging through my old stuff and scanning it into the computer.

I played around with some of the ones posted here, although the proportions and wheels are lacking :lol: ...

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hmmm...

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Gahh... :censored:

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I love the styling of the Impala you posted above, with the proportions fixed and the details touched up and of course some wheels it would be exactly what the current Impala should have been, if not the next gen.

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Yes. Thats why Im in the process of digging through my old stuff and scanning it into the computer.

I played around with some of the ones posted here, although the proportions and wheels are lacking :lol: ...

Image2c.jpg

Image2b-3.jpg

Image4c.jpg

hmmm...

Image4d.jpg

Gahh... :censored:

Image4e.jpg

Nice. Keep it up. :thumbsup:

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Thanks!

It seems to be everyones favorite.

I forgot about this fun thread.

Should post some more stuff like this...

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Wow. You're really good. I'll have to get some tips and pointers from you. :)

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