Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Too good to be true


All these cool Mazda3 pictures turned out to be fake. Sorry, I didn't know.

Supposedly they came from some guy called "Grif-1".
One of the best fake I've ever seen. Looks like he used Photoshop and 3D studio max.

Too bad. I think the real thing will be quite a let down compared to this.

You just can't trust anything....

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

If something is too good to be true, it probably is. It's a philosophy that's never seemed to fail.

It's actually quite a let-down. Mazda is pretty good with addressing the issue of boring design, but even they wont be able to make something like this reach production.

Anonymous said...

Fake or not it was excellent work. "Grif-1", send me your CV and portfolio please..

Anonymous said...

Someone should hire that guy. If he can design something that good, automakers should pay him to work for them. Instead they hire boring old men to design cars. - RPM

Anonymous said...

This guy should get a job at Mazda. His design is awesome.

Anonymous said...

I knew it. Its too outrageous for any carmaker to have the guts to build.

Anonymous said...

That was the coolest small car we have seen in years. Hire him....

Anonymous said...

Watch out, the chinese have seen these pictures. They will copy and produce this vehicle now!!

cire_1wb said...

I'm relieved that this is just someone's speculation and not the real deal. The car in the pictures was hideous and totally unworthy of being associated with the best looking car in the mainstream compact segment.

Anonymous said...

Hey Grif-1, can you tell us if you got your idea to make a Mazda 3 version from the current mule that Honda is now designing. If the rest of you only knew how close these pictures are to the 4th generation CR-V.

Soul2Stinger said...

Haha, that last comment about the Chinese was great!
Although I wouldn't like this design as the next Mazda 3, this guy did an excellent job! Someone needs to hire him yesterday!

Anonymous said...

The guy made his design from a clay car made by Mazda design. Si its not so far fetch IMO.

Anonymous said...

Ive seen the new mazda 3 at the dealer show in denver,

i'm pretty sure that is it.