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Styling details at the back, like those raised haunches over the rear wheels and the floating roofline, conspire to make the hatchback look almost like a crossover, at least to my eyes.
Designed by Larson Shores Architects, the home is clad in bronze weathered steel and features asymmetrical rooflines that complement the rugged topography.
This one comes with a lower roofline, sharper windshield angle, and longer wheelbase than the regular Enclave SUV.
The Velar is light for an SUV (just 1900kg), and has a fairly low centre of gravity thanks to an aluminium space-frame and low roofline.
Plans presented to the City Council showed a building that hugs the contours of the road winding in front of it, with a cantilevered roof, lots of glass, and a roof well for the air conditioner and other mechanicals to keep the roofline clean.
New features to the 1941 building include a new roofline, windows, awnings, doors, and marquee sign.
There’s the swooping roofline of the Union 76 gas station in Beverly Hills, among postwar L.A.’s singular landmarks.
The renderings show a giant screen – showing an Orlando Magic game -- over the entrance, a curved roofline with images of players incorporated.
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