Today the model based on the mid-size luxury crossover - BMW X6, called by the manufacturer Sports Activity Coupé (SAC). It's not a recreation of a factory stock car, the inspiration was the model tuned by the german company Lumma Design.
The car is adapted as 2-seated coupe (a bit shorter than an original), both for minifigs and Friends minidolls. This time the doors don't open in the primary configuration (unless you dismount the mirror clips), but there is still a posibility to use the alternative door design (however, they don't look well).
Forgive my little deviation - I don't know why, but I always put the white rims to black cars ;) .
The last pic is a little joke, see the original here.
This is brilliant!
Well done with the distinctive shape of the X6 that you've portrayed in your Lego design, I was quite particularly drawn to the headrest for some weird reason, Overall well done and keep at it.
Well thats a real deal! In 6 wide this is perfect! You really earned 5/5 . Clever part usage, acceptable minifigure height of the car and easy recognizable as the Bmw x6! I wanna see more of this!! please check out my Bmw i8 if you have time and tell me what you think;)
best regards, ron!
@Yann (XY EZ): Thanks, glad you like it! There is so few the modern cars in such scale, that I've decided to challenge myself :). @Marcus: Thanks, Marcus. Indeed, the part serves well as the BMW grille, but not quite in that model, let's be honest :). The X6 should be 7w+ to fit best proportion of the front, but I'd rather migrate to 6w in all next creations - the 7w is a bit exaggerated. Thanks for pointing the groups, but it's only 6-wide car, I'll check the second group later. @SS: Thanks! I assume you don't like the real X6, indeed it's a controversial hybride of SUV and sports coupe. I can't decide by myself, though - there is some details I like, some not. @Amarone Design: Thanks a lot, mate! @Dennis B: Thank you :). @Elk Guard: Thank you! Indeed, I've spent much time to get the profile lines well, somewhere sacrificing other details. @John Pike: Thanks, Like I've just posted, it gives the opportunities to recreate BMWs, but in this model it should be larger. Perhaps the solution is to make the custom hood, instead of the original wedge. Pity, as it fits the line perfectly, IMO. @Sven Jagdmann: Viel dank, Sven :)