Here it is
Nice looking car, sorry I mean small suv. I guess it's a fiesta on steroids then... Which isn't a bad thing because I like the fiesta. I get the impression that the designers were being very careful not to stray too far from the beaten track. Lots of good features too and the dash looks great although it does remind me of Ford mondeo dash fo a 09 titanium that I owned. 👍Here it is
yes it is but it’s got a different wider body and a wider track which allows it to have more shape in the side. This is particularly apparent at the base of the windscreen when compared to a Fiesta.I watched the video. It's based on the Fiesta.
Apparently not........??Here it is
yes it is but it’s got a different wider body and a wider track which allows it to have more shape in the side. This is particularly apparent at the base of the windscreen when compared to a Fiesta.
And an SUV is a car!
I think that's largely full size SUVs and, in particular, American ones, hence use of unibody not monocoque and frame, not chassis. I doubt many European 4x4 passenger cars, even full size ones, have a separate chassis. Even Land Rover are moving to ally monocoque designs. If you want a separate chassis in the UK, you're going to need a pick-up.Apparently not........??
It's All About Platform
For many car experts, the difference between the two is simple: A crossover is based on a car's platform, while an SUV uses the chassis of a truck. The result is that crossovers use "unibody" architecture, meaning the body and frame are one piece, while SUVs use a "body on frame" design. In that case, the body is built separately from the frame and placed together later.
You’ve not seen the back of a Corolla from the point of view of a 4C obviously. Everything looks like a hulking tank from inside a 4C.“Hulking tank”?
It’s about the same size as a Giulietta!
Maybe that’s why people buy them; they think they’re bigger than they really are?