MIMOS design lead Saharudin Busri has brought another 3D rendering of what he imagines to be the next generation Perodua Myvi. His latest is a replacement for another Myvi G4 concept he showed off last April, so discuss which one you think looks more appealing in the comments.

At first glance, the white concept is distinctly different in appearance compared to Saharudin’s previous creations. While still sporty and modern, the new Myvi G4 concept doesn’t appear to feature a full-width light bar at the front. Instead, a slim black panel connects the two headlights, which feature round daytime running lights and rounded edges.

The main grille is also more prominent than the red concept car, and is hexagonal rather than trapezoidal. This also sees the addition of a U-shaped lower air intake that ends at the horizontal LED strip.

The hood, meanwhile, appears to have a slight power bump highlighted by a black stripe leading to the gently curved windscreen. There are also some interesting details on the sides, including air vents behind the front wheel arches and flush door handles, which have a different design from the red concept because the handles are still visible – the handles for the rear doors are “hidden” near the C-pillars. One thing to note is the use of conventional mirrors compared to the slim unit.

As for the rear, the Myvi G4 Concept looks similar to the current G3, but with improvements in shape. For example, the tailgate windows have a more angular profile, which also applies to the futuristic taillights. This rendering depicts the AV variant with visible dual exhaust pipes.

So, what do you think of Saharuddin’s latest work? Do you like it better than his previous red concept? If you like his work, check out another of his creations, the Proton Saga Knight concept, as well as the Saharudin Design Facebook page.

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