Just give us this.
Ford has been selling a sports car that is based on one of the most popular race cars of all time. This, however, is the Blackwood part 2.
Nobody is paying 300,000 for a cadillac.
I want that Isdera Commendatore 112i so bad.
Considering that the Cherokee tribe wants Jeep to stop using the name, and that this weaksauce vehicle needs a complete redesign anyway, yeah. Start with a new name and a new design.
But they call it “piano” now, so that makes it upscale and not shiny black plastic. (Pretend it’s not still shiny black plastic).
Oh, look. A modern Laforza.
I’ll go with the 3 for the most rubber room interior an OCD patient could dream up. (50k is expensive to me)
I actually don’t mind modern Bentley interior, I can dig the sweeping dash lines and Audi sourced wheel looks good. I expect certain brands to be a bit less daring on style, but this does look modern, if not a little boring in comparison to other brands.
ANY modern Maserati. The Levante, Ghibli, and Quattroporte interiors all look the same. I once had a Ghibli as a loaner car and while it made such awesome noises, the interior was ugly and outdated looking.
It may be a stretch but I’m going with: Honda’s reputation.
It’s interesting that the ZDX didn’t catch on considering the X6 took off around the same time, then MB followed suit, it spawned the X4, Audi is now into that game, and the whole crossover-coupe thing is a popular trend. Personally I think the ZDX is so much better looking than most current SUV ‘coupes.’
The most surprising part of the Crosstour/ZDX is that they are largely unrelated, as opposed to the obvious (but wrong) conclusion that the ZDX is just an Acura-badged Crosstour.
Do they take advantage of this boxier design to improve visibility over and make it feel less cramped than SUVs with more raked rears?
The Jenner is disgusting. It looks like an SN95 Mustang and an Oval 2000s Taurus had a literal baby.
Reading comments with people saying their mortgage is <$1000 a month is alarming me. My California tax has my mortgage at $3700. Before HOA, insurance, gas, electricity, water, garbage.... oh god, and property taxes.