That’s neat, I dig it! It’s not flashy, it’s subtle and personal.
The Maxima is a pretty neat car in general, it’s got a “fun” spirit despite some limitations like being FWD, which is a good reason why it’s not a tuner darling.
That’s a 5th-gen SE, nice and understated despite being the sporty variant. I had a GLE for a while, it was a really nice car in a lot of ways and the luxury add-ons were surprisingly decent, eventually it lost its reliability and became a bummer, but when you put your foot down it surprised.
Perhaps the great achievement of the 21st century is finding a way to motivate people without diminishing who they are. That might be tougher than landing a tin can on the moon, though.
This is a good article, thanks for voicing it, I don’t know that I fully agree with the sentiment but I know I don’t fully disagree.
Ha! Now imagine it with the original Gloria Jones version
That whole movie is drugs, but the way Welles locks into the camera during his trick is mindfuckery it’s so out there, he genuinely stops being an actor for a moment to perform this relatively silly trick with absolute seriousness. On a baccarat table. It would have been nice to have a few more scenes with him, let…
Damn, I really wanted to see CeeLo tackle them physically.
Coke Zero gets my choice every time it’s offered, but when it’s Diet Coke I’ll drink regular or another flavor entirely. Diet Coke doesn’t taste like Coke, it has a weird flavor, if that’s what New Coke tasted like when it came out (apparently it was based on the recent Diet Coke recipe that had replaced Tab) then I’m…
This wasn’t a “discussion” until you decided you had to make it your life’s mission. It’s my comment in the comments section, I get to say what I want because it’s solely my point of view, it’s what came to mind at the time, I even made sure to clarify that by starting with “here’s my hot take.” You can ascribe…
Had they run this in the ‘70s, I think this and the C3 could have even coexisted in the market. The badge confusion might have been what held this beauty back as much as anything.
Now that they’ve achieved this, the next hurdle is the roof-mounted Corvette.
Careful, that one transforms into a robot on skates
Yeah but did you have to sit with their fathers for hours first?
I laughed, good job.
Yup, and that’s how I voted. I am nervous about the battery aging out, and the only Fiat I’d personally buy is the rebadged Miata, but in general I think someone in the market for one of these would not do too badly shopping this. It also helps that they still look like this 6 years later.
“Back in my day, our tan and black interiors had buttons, knobs, screens, square steering wheels, AND turbo boost!”
Oh god, it’s about to spike it!
Interestingly, Holder mentioned off-camera that the car was largely designed around being able to carry its removable roof piece behind the engine. And indeed, all C8 Corvettes are going to come with a targa-style roof section you can remove and stow easily in the car’s rear luggage section.
As of last year, commercial GPS can now be as accurate as 30cm through new ways of triangulating satellite positions.