Looking at my Seville chop from early September, I really didn't like the way I had rendered the highlight on the side window. I decided to "fix" it and in the process I slightly changed the shape of the quarter window in the rear door, sloping it forward, making the window more of a parallelogram rather than a triangle. I think it works much better now.
The way I created the Seville in September.
The beautifully sleek, but oddly proportioned XTS concept car Cadillac showed earlier this year which I used as the base for my Seville. I lengthened the hood and wheelbase, and gave it a more seventies notchback roofline. I think it gives it a more "American" look that is dignified while still completely up-to-date and relevant to other modern Cadillacs it would share showroom space with. I think the short hood on the XTS is its worst attribute.