low-slung

Related to low-slung: perpetually

low-slung

adj
lower in height than usual or expected
Translations

low-slung

[ˈləʊslʌŋ] ADJ [chair] → con el asiento bajo; [sports car] → con el suelo bajo
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The model is a low-slung coupe with a wide stance according to the company's sketch of its rear quarter view.
With its low-slung buildings dwarfed by surrounding peaks, Mountain Modern Motel might initially seem like the dozens of other motor lodges in downtown Jackson, Wyoming.
The low-slung roadster was sold to to Luigi Critterio on September 3, 1946, then to Gino Bubbolini 25 days later.
JCB has received a massive order for its Hydradig machines - 110W low-slung, wheeled excavators designed for urban operations - from UK rental company HE Services s following the launch of the machine at Bauma in Munich.
But Bale, 26, is no longer a club member after claiming half-an-hour driving the low-slung Lamborghini was "playing havoc with his hamstrings".
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One of them is the latest generation Mazda6, a long, low-slung five-seater that catches the eye from every angle.
The intent of the low-slung, ingeniously aggressive four-passenger fastback is to demonstrate to the premium world just how Infiniti aims to play its part, it said.
With its lean, low-slung styling, the car has made a strong impact following its debut at the Detroit Motor Show earlier this year.
Elegant and low-slung, the two-door coupe boasts an adaptive suspension set-up called Magic Body Control which reads the road to improve comfort and adds a curve tilt function whereby the car leans into bends.
The low-slung coupe is certainly bound to turn a few heads, particularly since it takes some of its features from the earlier LF-LC concept car.
uk THIS low-slung base cabinet has one drawer and a drop-down section for storage flexibility.