View Full Version : 2007 Chevy Sportvan: First Sketch

02-20-2005, 11:21 AM
Okay, here's a very rough sketch of my entry for the "Sportvan" drawing competition. Tell me what you think so far.<p><IMG SRC="http://www.imagestation.com/picture/sraid158/pb683b7081e3ce0e9a8a7edeeb382fad1/f510960a.jpg" BORDER="0"><p>P.S. I'm using the name "Borrego" on this one. <BR><BR>
<i>Modified by anorexorcist at 5:13 PM 2/24/2005</i>

02-20-2005, 03:14 PM
that's very good <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://www.germancarfans.com/images/forums/beerchug.gif" BORDER="0"> i'm working on an entry into the contest too.

02-20-2005, 03:49 PM
I really like the way the car is angled on this drawing looks really good..cant wait to see the finished version.. <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://images.zeroforum.com/smile/emthup.gif" BORDER="0">

02-21-2005, 05:34 AM
Yes, it's gr8, you may be a winner if you finish it. Maybe make it more agressive.

02-21-2005, 01:33 PM
Wow, nice and clean... love the style. <p>The car itself puts the Uplander to shame, to be sure.

02-24-2005, 06:12 PM
<B>First Sketch:</B><br><IMG SRC="http://www.imagestation.com/picture/sraid158/pb683b7081e3ce0e9a8a7edeeb382fad1/f510960a.jpg" BORDER="0"><br><B>Final Sketch:</B><br><IMG SRC="http://img152.exs.cx/img152/6332/chevyborrego1xm.jpg" BORDER="0"><p><B>Specs:</B><br>-RWD, third generation Versatrac III AWD optional<br>-base 3800 V6; 210-hp, 220lb.ft., avalible in base, 3900 V6; 260-hp, 265-lb.ft., optional on base, standard in LS and LTZ1; 5.3 V8 (same engine found in Impala SS; supercharged in SS); 305/360-hp., 320/375-lb.ft., standard in LTZ2 and SS<br>-standard XM satellite radio<br>-Zeta platform<br>-6-speed auto standard; 6-speed manual available on SS and LTZ2<br>-3+3 seating (like Mazda 5) optional, 5-passenger seating standard<br>-Sport Cloth standard w/ Leather inserts standard, Custom-Deluxe Leather optional with custom stitching choices<br>-HVAC A/C and Heat w/ rear HVAC controls standard<br>-optional DVD player and optimized sound system from SONY available<br>-Sport Apperance package standard on LS, LTZ1, LTZ2<br>-Split Image Sport Apperance package standard on SS, availble on LTZ2<br>-Standard Xenon2 (applied for Borrego only) standard; allows maxium lighting output; optional SynchroLight headlights optional (turns up to 17 degrees)<br>-Produced in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada (same as Impala)<br>-base prices around $17,990 ($25,870 well-equipped); LS starts at $19,990 ($27,980 well-equipped); LTZ1 starts at $21,990 ($32,870 well-equipped); LTZ2 starts at $23,990 ($34,123 well-equipped); SS starts at $25,990 ($35,870 well-equipped) <p><B>The "Vision":</B><br>As for the size of the vehicle, it's mid-size. It's not really a van, like a minivan, to me despite the sliding doors. Also, it doesn't have 3 rows of seating; the Borrego would only seat 5 if by some miracle from God it went into regular production. (Also, for those who want more people along for the ride, it would have a seating option like the new Mazda 5.) Actually, I see this more of a vehicle that blends attributes from the Maxx and the Uplander, and the wrapper is more sportier and stylish than either. That was the vision from the begining. Also, its a viable vehicle for the Chevy line. It would tackle the Mazda 5, Nissan Quest and Murano, and Mitsubishi Endeavor and do it in style. The "vision" puts this car is a class of its own, way up there in the clouds.<p>