Trying to think of a practical way to do things, and reviewing exactly what the car looks like... I think just the morph amount for the upper half of the rear window split may need to be able to come forward more, maybe up more. I think, if the rear wheels could be pushed further forward, behind the rear doors instead of at the back of the car, it'd almost work as it is.
Of course, I have no idea how practical, or even if it's possible to do that.
As I've said, I love the car as it is. I think if I could slide the upper half of the rear window more toward the windshield, it'd make the back window more sedan sloped. The wheels out back are a little too far back to pull off the look completely, but... if it's possible to move those without being a total pain in the ass, it could almost be able to pull off a hybrid design (pun fully intended) between the Toyota Prius, Honda Insight (first generation) and the more modern almost-sedan-like Chevy Volt. That's kinda why I was hoping it'd be easy to do, because it'd tie in the extremely futuristic and awesome car with something we see almost every day, making a perfect combination of designs to give us an eco-car with attitude.
But, I also understand that what I'm asking may not be practical or even possible to do, and I'm actually comfortable with that. I don't have the software, nor the knowledge-base to 3D model, so I'm left bouncing ideas off of the heads of everyone who can 3D model and hoping someone likes an idea enough that it can work. It's also the big reason I keep mentioning morph variety, because if things are set up with a wide variety of adjustments to start with, it's possible to make cars look completely different with the same body. I think the limits could use a little adjustment, although not a dramatic amount, between this one and the next, again, if it's even practical or possible to do that.
Either way, I thank you for considering my crazy ideas, even if they're not something possible, practical, or that you personally want to do.