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First Look: 2005 Chevrolet SEMA Cobalt

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Check out this shot of the 2005 SEMA Cobalt sedan. I don't have much to say about this, except I like it and I'll let the image speak for itself.

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I despise the use of yellow vinyl on the headlights and windshield, but the car is a knockout.
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Agree with Z... the vinyls are pretty stupid. Otherwise, looks good... but not as good as last year's SS sedan concept.
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Meh.... The yellow vinyl all over it is gross, I don't like the new driving lights and I've seen those wheels somewhere before.... Of course, this is a distorted image too, so that might throw a lot of people, including me, off. IMO, GM's SEMA concepts have went WAYYYYYY down hill in the past 2-3 years with some exceptions... Maybe budget cuts?
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Well... let's look past the vinyl and the windshield wipers... I think the bumper refresh, the body kit, the wheels and the overall stance of the car look good.
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H'mmm It is just OK, does nothing for me. Where is the passion and drive. This thing just yell's Honda wanna be. Nothing leading edge. :(
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Well... let's look past the vinyl and the windshield wipers... I think the bumper refresh, the body kit, the wheels and the overall stance of the car look good.


Ditto for me!
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It kidna looks like a 2nd gen Cavalier Z24....with the grill and the headlights looking similar to the old cavalier........I think it looks sleeperish but mean looking at the same time.
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I agree, it looks like the last generation cavalier grill and headlights modled onto the cobalt body. The intentions are right but it came out looking pooey.
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looks like a bad chop to me...you can even see it in photoshop in that shot...
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Funny, I don't see a hint of the Pursuit taillights as on the production car... another reason to hope the round taillights are coming for the production sedan. The vinyl is cheesy and the wing looks like total assfunk.
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Not a fan of pee-yellow cars, but this looks okay. Dump the yellow vinyl band on the windshield and the oh-so-80's windshield wipers - other than that...I like it.
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I despise the use of yellow vinyl on the headlights and windshield, but the car is a knockout.

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I have to agree with you. The first think that came to my mind is SRT-4 riced out.
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The wheels look fine, but the kit and the wipers give it a "riced" out look, which doesn't sell like it used to. (unless you own a Civic) Now you could use the "different strokes for different folks" cue, but I think it would be a hard sell.... But other the other hand, it's about time they offered more stuff for therir cars... now that people want to personalize their stuff....
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It kidna looks like a 2nd gen Cavalier Z24....with the grill and the headlights looking similar to the old cavalier........I think it looks sleeperish but mean looking at the same time.

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It kinda does when you look at it... :)
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It looks too Holden to me, but I like it. All except the color. Any word on what wheels are pushing/pulling this thing?
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Those are the 18" wheels for the SS currently available through GM Accessories.
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