• Mr. Nuts avatar Mr. Nuts Posted: 1/10/2012 8:14pm PST

    Very interesting concept. Hopefully, it will be produced.

  • Piru avatar Piru Posted: 1/10/2012 5:04pm PST

    This vehicle is gorgeous and I would be the first to purchase this vehicle if produced. I had one Minivan a 1998 Chrysler Town and Country which was one of the best vehicles I have ever owned. My son still has that vehicle and uses it as a daily driver. It has close to 260,000 miles on the odometer ans still looks good.

  • Cfthelin avatar Cfthelin Posted: 1/10/2012 2:11pm PST

    The B pillar looks normal. Do not be led astray by the paint treatment.

  • Piru avatar Piru Posted: 1/10/2012 5:06pm PST

    What does this mean, "do not be led astray by the paint treatment"?

  • Cfthelin avatar Cfthelin Posted: 1/12/2012 4:22pm PST

    I meant that the structural B pillar looks normal. The body side sheet metal is painted to make the window outlines seem very swoopy. Not like the first plastic-bodied GM vans that had the top rear of the front doors right up and back as to become a poke in the eye.

  • fb_1567092218 avatar Bruce Posted: 1/10/2012 10:45am PST

    Awesome van design. I hope they produce it!!

  • tramse1 avatar tramse1 Posted: 1/10/2012 9:26am PST

    Good thing our 2008 Town & Country has a lifetime warranty, because I don't see myself giving it up for anything that looks even remotely like this! This thing makes the old Pontiac Aztek look positively stunning by comparison. I could get used to the front end - and the back end (I guess) - but that glass and sheetmetal treatment flanking the B-pillar has got to go! Pffffft!