Originally Posted by Jason
The CAR/Autoweek images were completely computer generated. He's saying he doesn't want to base his photoshop off anything that isn't a real photograph captured detail. Alpine wants to keep it as real as possible and without taking any artistic license. He may have taken a little liberty with the side grill on one of his photoshops, but besides that I don't see any images where he hasn't based it off of real photographs.
There aren't only a couple of loose details regarding the rear. The only portion that has ever been exposed in the rear is the mesh part. Otherwise, it's been completely covered up the entire time. Why are we forcing poor alpine325ci to do photoshops or something he doesn't want to do?
the front bumper was basically completely uncovered in a few pictures thats why my front bumpers are accurate
im just doing these for you guys to see what has been shown to us already. just guessing the rear bumper would be corny, wouldnt be real. obviously i had to just come up with some type of side grill just to add to the m3 look. that was just a pure sketch just to say the car is a m3. within the next month we should see more uncovered spy pics im sure. wait and see