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Artist Imagines a Modern Day GTO based on the Buick Regal GS

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I liked the Regal GS but I am not really a fan of this. Too much from too many eras getting thrown at it and just looks like Frankenstein's monster.

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I  am in the fence with this one 

kind justA sortA looks ok BUT

i am sure someone could draw a more retro REAL  gto design ... you know 

four separate head lights longer sharper lines 

less c pillar 

and maybe lose a bit of that hood curve :cheers:

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On 4/9/2021 at 2:59 PM, Frosty said:

Interesting concept GTO based on the now defunction Buick Regal GS / Opel Victa platform. Cool lines.







I agree with Ringo! The front grille, like most nearly all of today, is ridiculous! He lower front ducts, that at least in the GS are nonfunctional, look stupid! And Really! A triple barrel scoop on a GDI! To me only the wheels & tires on the Judge look good!

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One word.... NO.

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