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It has a air intake vent in the back. Maybe it has a small trunk in the front.
 

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The front design sure looks believable. What makes it skeptical is how the tridion cell is part of the bottom trim. Also, if you look close you cannot find any way to open up the hood via the front mouth. Cool find though!
 

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4-lug wheels?

Umm, redundant - smarkster beat me to it . . .
 

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odd, even lug nuts, to torque. criss cross!

The tridion cell as alway come down into the rockers. Just cover with a plastic trim. Since its a brand new car, a hood release inside.
 

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Looks like an interesting Photoshop of a 451. Look at the window support area of the driver's door (the tiny pillar that splits the window). It's exactly the same as the 451 but distorted.

I'd vote "fake" on this one. :)
 

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Heck just zoom in on the photo and you'll see bad cropping, mis-matched textures, and dramatic pixel differences. I'd say 100% shopped from an ice shine model!
 

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This will be the new smart sold at your local Walmart starting in 2015 and it's made in China.

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Actually I wouldn't surprised if it wasn't a new smart made for the Chinese people.
 

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Spare tire & jack, so "old school." More weight means less MPG don't think there will be a "next gen" spare tire?
 

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Magazines and blogs should really stop making renderings...it's quite obvious none of their editors really know anything about how to render a good looking car that's based on concept architecture...
 

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Somebody know somethings. They added in detail a jack slot location. bottom below on the front fender. The artist also has rendered a single large tail lamp on the rear. Disc brakes on the rear too. Why so much detail?
 
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