I’m really loving this new wave of making presentations and showcases look like you’re actually on a car website, and this I have to see is one of the best that have appeared so far (apart from the new Quezon thread presentation) This inspired, enthusiastic and sometimes cheesy lines fit so well into a real-life perspective onto how companies present their vehicles on websites. Although the engine choices do feel quite limited compared to other real-life examples like the Charger/Challenger and Camaro. It makes more sense when you realize that the Corsica company is having financial struggles, so having a big option for engines isn’t very realistic and I love that little detail, and this entire thing makes me feel like I can just go out and actually buy myself a Cheetah right now. Good job, Corsica, because you really hit it out of the ballpark with this one.
Man, I love the design of the 3rd gen Sunburst. I’d love to turn it into a track monster.
If you want to see some of my designs (Race Cars (Sharing, Commissions..) Suggest your own cars!), I hope that will help to make up your mind
Anyways let me know!
Awesome as always, Corsica!
Easily one of the best-looking modern full-size SUVs I’ve ever seen. Well done!
Quite a lot of succ for an EV. Cool design, it really looks good, which is quite an achievement with a crossover-liftback (called crossover coupe by blasphemers) body style. Also I love the wide colour choice (unlike many real cars).
Finally, an EV with… Verve? No wonder it lives up to its name! At any rate, and in any color, it deserves some garage space next to a Corsica Cheetah (which would still be reserved for, and better suited to, properly spirited driving) - I just wish some more of its brighter exterior colors (such as lime green or bright yellow) were shared with other Corsicas and Sistens.
You’re seeing this right?
Not a lot of people who can get away with saying such bold things. Great presentation as always!
This is a really fun idea and I appreciate the effort going into this neat little project!
Pre-ordered a Verve as soon as I read I could and I’m looking forward to receiving it
I promise I’ll be patient…
That offer has finally made the Verve an EV you can love - and it fills you with as much want-one lust as a V8 Cheetah. And this next bit - it’s a godsend for anyone who wants to drive an EV in Beam.
That was for Beam, but I understand that you had to build it in Automation yourself before converting it to Beam - and since Automation does not support electric powertrains, what engine did you use as a placeholder? I suspect it’s something already used in another Corsica/Sisten.
so uhh we have yet to talk about deposits and pricing
RIP, at least I still have my Verve