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looks like a solstice replacement by how short it looks (cabin wise)

if pontiac is to survive as mainstream, something like this (coupe/sedan) is a must.

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I kinda like it, yet it has a cartoonish quality to it. I can't tell... 2 seat or 4? On the 'vert it looks like there isn't enough room for a back seat, but the safety bars are way far behind the front seats... I guess it's gotta be 2 seat on both, because even on the non-vert, the wheel wells would eat up all the space where a rear seat would be, unless it was creative with a 1-person rear seat...

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I kind of like it, but as someone else said, it looks cartoonish in it's proportions. The coupe also looks like it was limited by the dimensions of your canvas...which hurt the proportions aft of the B-pillar.

I think if you widened your canvase and stretched the wheels base a bit that would help a lot for both chops.

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Cool, needs at least a few more inches between

the front of the door and front wheel-well.

Love the pillarless coupe. :wub: :wink:

The Solstice Targa is nice but a "pillarless-coupe"

hardtop would be WAY more safe, stiffer & sexy.

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Lengthen the car through the door area and you'll have it.

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While I applaud your efforts, I think the sketch in the link provided below more effectively reflects what a Delta II Pontiac should be:

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Sketch created and submitted by "Joe88"; forum member of GMI

Source: GMI

That being said, I do appreciate your efforts as well as your enthusiasm for the Pontiac brand. You and the creator of the linked sketch (which isn't me or anyone that I know, so this is a completely unbiased opinion) seem to understand Pontiac's image and potential much better than GM or the brand's dealers.

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