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i would give it a wider stance. i dont feel to safe with its center of gravity. id give it wider wheels and try to get the same fenders that five axis used on their demo car.
 

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i would give it a wider stance. i dont feel to safe with its center of gravity. id give it wider wheels and try to get the same fenders that five axis used on their demo car.
Ha ha. True. Never drive a vehicle that has a lower CG on its side than it does standing up.
 

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Move it upmarket to the $20k range.
Why would anyone in their right mind want that? At least from the consumers point of view. I never heard anyone that was buying a car say "hmmmmm, I don't think you're charging me enough money for that car. How about you add a couple thousand more to it."
 

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Why would anyone in their right mind want that? At least from the consumers point of view. I never heard anyone that was buying a car say "hmmmmm, I don't think you're charging me enough money for that car. How about you add a couple thousand more to it."
Think Aston Martin Cygnet, leather, paint, supercharger......
 

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The side mirrors. They are ugly and stick out too much. A rounded design would flow better with the overall car IMO. Also the above comment about paying more? I don't get it. This ain't an Aston Martin.
 

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Think Aston Martin Cygnet, leather, paint, supercharger......
iQ-guy has a point. Why would anyone want to pay more for a car. The Cygnet is still a different car. Despite being based on the iQ chasis I doubt that Aston Martin will be releasing a pretty similar product. Which then would justify an increase in price with all the refinements that Aston Martin will do to the car.
 
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