Definition of beltline
: the line of an automobile body along the side of the vehicle just below the windows The car has a low beltline and a lot of glass for good visibility. — Marshall Schuon
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A slight crease flows from the outer edge of the headlight along the beltline, with another line from the front quarter to the rear quarter under the door handles.
There is original character, especially the exterior door pulls integrated into the chrome window beltline.
The plate/camera combo can slide around to accommodate seat belts and ergonomic issues, but officers are required to keep the cameras above their beltline, McPhail said.
Let’s hope the production I-Pace retains the concept’s basic exterior shape and proportions: a combination of high beltline and low roofline that gives it the look of a muscular hatch or wagon – a stark contrast to the bulbous Model X.
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