Sorry for letting you down, MOCpages! I'm working on a new project (WIP 1 and 2) but because it was breaking my head I decided to pause it and throw some bricks together. And heck, a Razor emerged.
A while ago I presented the CA-2 Concept (Cerveza_Autolab-2), which was supposed to depict the future of Razor. With the ideas of that integrated into a production car, the Centennial, which means most of that's features will be integrated into incoming Razors, it's time for RSTD Autolab (a quick namechange, with RSTD standing for RazorSense Technical Division) to come up with the future of two years.
And we're doing that with the CASV-F or AWD Coupé. Why does it have two names? Because Concept Autolab's SUV Vision of the Future is a long name and although CASV-F suits Razor more, it's quite inpractical. Autolab called it AWD Coupé, this All Wheel Drive crossover coupé-ish thing.
Anyway, you're not looking at a production model. This is another "let's see what Autolab has in store for us". So just enjoy. The future.
Fake exhausts, weirdly shaped LED rear lights, and a coupe roofline. Totally 2016. Totally.
Why it turned out to be a coupé? Not sure, actually. SUV's are the future and coupé SUV's are becoming popular.
Suicide rear doors, chromelining, and some weird skirt-graphics on the side. Not sure how many of these things will make it into the production version.
Opening trunk, for many goodz.
4 seats and an ongoing middle console, with a small screen for the rear passengers and a big screen for the driver, as well as digital gauges.
And the seats can fold, because we need to be realistic.
The bonnet scoop and shaping, plus the split panoramic roof.
Size comparision with big brudda, the Crossrunner Coupé. Not a replacement for it, but more of a baby brother. Think of the CR Coupé as a BMW X6 and the CASV as an X4. Or GLE Coupé and GLC Coupé. Whatever suits you.