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Design Competition #3 - Chevy's EVO / STi Killer

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Welcome to Design Competition #3!

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Many people have complained that the American Big Three do not offer anything like the Subaru Impreza WRX STi or Mitsubishi EVO, and it's a very valid point. People want that extra get-up-and-go from AWD. Add in a turbocharged engine, and you get rocket-like acceleration off the line and through every apex. Currently there are no cars in the GM lineup that have these qualities, and this is what we want you to change...

We want you to design a brand new compact sedan that will comfortably seat four but has a look even meaner than its power. We want this car to intimidate any competition even before the turbo spools and the clutch is dropped. Pushing 300 HP and 320 ft-lbs of torque through its advanced AWD system is already going to blow the doors off the competition, but we aren't stopping there. You never know, you might even find yourself revving up next to a GT-R in this car one day, so the goal is to tame Godzilla before the key even gets turned.

Show us your skill and creativity and may the best designer win!

Using any method you choose, you must design a Chevrolet to take on all AWD turbocharged sedans!

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Some Picture Sources...

-Serious Wheels

-Net Car Show

-See below for directions to access AutoDeadline

Entries must be 800x600. Please submit your images as JPEG or GIF files.

Deadline is Sunday, March 7th @ 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time.

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Good luck and have fun!

*Instructions for accessing high-resolution images through AutoDeadline:

Replace the bold, blue section of the following URL with the make/model/etc you're searching for:

http://gm.wieck.com/forms/gm/*query?silverado&Source=all

For example, replacing 'silverado' with 'lesabre' will bring up downloadable hi-res images of the Buick LeSabre.

Copy into your browser and hit enter.

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umm do you have to design these digitally or can I sketch it?

The original post says "use any method you choose". Go for it. :)

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