GM has periodically experimented with innovative design. Corvair air-cooled rear engine, Tempest rope drive, Toronado FWD V8, Fiero mid engine, EV1 electric, Volt hybrid. They spend millions to finally get it right and then the next CEO cancels the program. The only exception I can think of is the fiberglass Corvette.
I don’t give a damn if it is seven years old. If I won the $237 million Powerball jackpot tomorrow night, one of my first orders of business would be putting together my own Gone in 60 Seconds list of 50 cars (to be acquired legally, though), and a Lexus LFA would sure AF be on there. I think I’d name her... Rebecca.… Read more
Quite interesting, actually. As a Land Rover fan, I get the perverse pleasure.
I also like that it doesn’t fall into the “they escaped to utopia” end that it seemed to be steering towards for the first 3/4 of the movie. Utopia didn’t exist, there is no Sugar Candy Mountain. They have to fight back to their own world, and work to make it better. That’s a deep message for an action movie.
Goddamn it Andrew you're not wrong
Remember when Bring A Trailer literally meant you had to bring a trailer because the car was a basket case that didn’t even have an engine in the bay?
And now it’s another Barrett Jackson. And poor wonderful cars like this are getting absorbed into the speculator bubble that’s been going on for the last fifteen years.… Read more