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Here are some concepts that may be more...
CD-car (Ford Iosis)
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http://www.channel4.com/4car/news/news-sto...p?news_id=12903
http://www.topgear.com/content/news/stories/82/

B-car (Mazda Sassou)
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http://www.channel4.com/4car/news/news-sto...p?news_id=12901
edit: more pix but German text
http://de.cars.yahoo.com/050830/348/t/4o2d0.html Edited by 2b2

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The front of the Ford reminds me of Lexus' new styling direction. The Mazda is weird in that it looks like someone photoshopped the front on and forgot to match the colors :lol:

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Wow, design lives at Ford! That Iosis (sounds like a disease) could give the Epsilon cars a run for their money, style-wise. Nicer than the Fusion and of course the 500. The little Mazda would make a great "Mazda 2" here in the US.

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Wow, that Iosis is hot. Ford should give it to Lincoln to helo reestablish its identity. It could be the new LS. Love it. That Mazda isn't anything to write home about.

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While I like the Iosis, I see what y'all mean about there being too many four door cars. Ford has already redesigned all the four-doors they need...I would think it's the two-doors' turn to shine again.

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Seriously, that Iosis is one sexy car. If Ford doesn't put something into production that looks close to it, GM should copy as much of its design as they can get away with and then give it to Buick.

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