That's no gear shift, that's crap.
It's pretty violent to see how hard the car Rammed into the ground.
Calling it now: this is the best-looking Buick that I've seen not only in the last few years, but probably in my entire lifetime.
This thing is awesome! The sloped planes make it look like a road-going stealth jet, fit for the 1980s.
Meanwhile, Mercedes fucked up and presented a near-useless hatchback as the new A-class.
And that's a good thing. The A-class was such an unpretentious and clever idea. The double floor would have allowed to store a battery pack in there, but that wasn't meant to be after the car went in production.
Overall, I think the design is a good one. Calling the Bolt a crossover is really just using a word that happens to be popular now — it looks and feels more like a tallish 5-door hatch or smallish van, which I think is a very good thing. In general proportions, it's not all that different from an old Colt Vista or a… Read more
What younger people? This is clearly a car that elderly people might like. It's a heavy, soft convertible cruiser without any mentionable engine or memorable design whatsoever. Surprisingly it doesn't have a hardtop. Read more
Yes it is.
Producing this was a bold move of Volkswagen. Unfortunately they backpedaled soon with the 1993 facelift, equipping a conventional grille just for the sake of it and veered the Passat safely back to Boredom County. Read more
Stance Works. Fucking nailed it, Volvo.
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