Azazel, I see that you went through and looked at all the post over the last few pages. You didn't really agree with my viewpoint on the Sub-compact vs compact argument and I dont see why, it is a perfectly valid argument I think, unless I missed a conversation stating that the car in the trailer has been deemed a compact car rather than the understood Sub-compact car... If there was such a conversation, sorry if I missed it. But I digress, the Un-named hatchback in the trailer is obviously a Sub-Compact car which would make it ridiculous to base it on two cars that are in a different class than said car. While there have been many many suggestions about what the car is based on, I think at the very least we could agree on a car(s) that it is based on, that is within the same class. I had mentioned it just be labeled under 'Generic Sub-Compact' but I think we can derive a couple of fitting cars from all the suggestions of all the sub-compact cars from other users.
My take on it: The Toyota Prius' roof line fits as well as the rear, the subtle line from front to back on the side that passes through the door handle. The tail lights do not match, but thats about it. Plus, it is one of the United states most sold sub-compact car making it ideal as a parody to the american lifestyle. Edit: Also the earlier models (2010, 2011) dont have as many sharp edges on the back near the fenders.
This is a 4 door but it comes as a coupe as well.
The 2012 Toyota Prius SE