although theChevroletChevette was officially launched in 1975 in the USA, the nameplate started to be used internationally in Brazil in 1973, being sold in the Latin American market as a two-door sedan. Now the YouTuberRob3rt Designtook this classic subcompact and added a number of modern touches in the following render animation video.
This Chevrolet Chevette sits just above the asphalt, lowered on wide, large-diameter wheels with a black finish.The stance is reinforced by a wide body treatment that widens the fenders with an aggressive aesthetic, justifying the “Shark GT” part of the name.Massive brakes and calipers fill the space.
Indeed, the look has a “Japanese car” style, enhancing the classic lines of the Chevrolet Chevette in the process.These fender-mounted side mirrors are a good example of Japanese inspiration, looking like something you’d find in a classic Nissan Fairlady Z or Toyota 2000GT.
At the front, the Chevrolet Chevette continues to rock a pair of circular headlamps and wide grille with horizontal slats, to which a pair of yellow fog lights have been added. The lower part of the dashboard gets a new air intake that brings the car even closer to the asphalt visually, while a tow hook in the corner gives it a track-ready feel.
Meanwhile, the rear is dominated by a two-layer aerodynamic setup, with a GT-style spoiler atop the trunk lid and a trunk lid lip. The lower section receives a smooth black diffuser element.
The rendering of the Chevrolet Chevette is fully animated, which means we take a tour of the parked vehicle, as well as photos of it “on the road”.