And I can see why someone would like it, but as a designer, I just can't.
The 80s Testarossa looks horrible.
That looks amazing. Go for it.
I think you meant Mitsubishi L200 Triton and Fiat Strada.
That's why he has a cult following.
Not only did everyone purposefully ignore Kristens point and focused on the clickbait-y title, y’all also make snarky articles about it. Funny part is that Jalopnik is supposed to be the place where everyone is “included”, but this would never happen if a dude wrote that first article. Just ridiculous.
OOoooh boy, do I have something for this.
Glass doors are form over function? HA, nice one!
The real question here is what’s that red vehicle to the right to the picture.
Everyone knows the best brands are Lancia, Alfa and Plymouth. There shouldn't even be a discussion.
I sure hope you're joking.
I’m at the same time happy that he is being acknowledged, and sad because I know that this coverage will bring a bunch of idiots to his comment section.
I'll be sure to check it out!
To be honest, a good designer should have a very deep understanding of geometry and trigonometry, and they should put that knowledge to good use. Problems is, most designers think design is drawing pretty things on their wacoom and have someone else build it for them.
Solid actors like Tyrese?
Oh wow, they managed to make a car that always looks the same ugly, somehow. Impressive.
Would be a Dodge Polara in Brazil.
If only all modern Mercedes looked as clean, sharp and good as the A class, both this and the hatchback. I hope they implement this visual language across the board ASAP.