The Zagato coachbuilding house has turned out some absolutely unique and gorgeous automobile designs over the last 100 years. Without a doubt, cars like the Aston Martin DB4 Zagato, the Lancia Fulvia Sport Zagato, and the Alfa Romeo Giulia Tubolare Zagato are some of the most gorgeous designs in the world, but among…
Okay, it’s not just me. Maybe it’s better in person, and these photos looked considerably better than the press kit ones floating around, but it looks like a sad catfish to me.
Stakeholder: We’re really into organic forms and how they may be used to inspire automobile design. We’re thinking for the new line up, fish.
It’s going to take me a long, long time to come around on that front end. I appreciate that they swung for the fences, but, man. Catfish vibes.
You sound like you’d be as much fun as a wet blanket.
This atrocity deserves the profanity.
Well that’s just like your opinion, man.
I’m not THAT much better than that, let’s be honest.
“looks classy, the classiest. I’ll take 12"
I really appreciate that Subaru went full ballsy with their promo footage and pics. Honda could take notes on how to market their “rugged” pilot.
But then you’d just end up with a Brontësaurus.
This looks like exactly what all of the job site managers / builders around here want. Their crews can have actual vehicles and they’ll stick to their Lariats, etc.
Where’s the “SO TEXAN” version!? How can I let other truck buyers know that I’m like, the most Texan? I need my truck to have a panoramic sunroof for my literal ten-gallon hat and so I can work on my Clint Eastwood face by staring into the sun while driving.
More than anything else, truck buyers want to impress their buddies at the boat club.
Most importantly, pickup buyers want big-ass grilles. Where’s the humongous fucking grille, Rivian? Are you even trying to compete??
Ecco the Dolphin came out in the early 90s. And now I feel old.
You left out the absolute best vehicle.