I definitely agree, but I also think that in 30 years we'll look back on the current one as well and say the same thing. They're both exceptional designs.
This is one of the few cars that can really pull off the 4-headlight bug-eye look, the other being the A110.
I think you’re right. You know something was really off with the 8's design when the convertible looks better with the top either up or down. It’s the only car I know of that pulled that off.
that is indeed a Bige Boye
I can only conclude that you purchased the watch in a Shanghai alley for $50.
This. This is ultimate coupe.
Then they go and saddle it with one of the ugliest interiors ever made.
I’m going to just Endgame on Friday, like a loser. I know absolutely zilch about comic books, but I’m still excited since I’ve sort of grown up with these 3 phases of Marvel films.
Oh man. We had one of these for ages. I know what every surface in there feels like, haha.
I’m going to start calling everything an “obsidian shitbox.”
I think this literally boils down to the fact that Tesla is too cool to need regular updates. They were clearly designed with longevity in mind and they still look fresh, if inoffensive, now as they did in 2012. Hell, I’d still buy one if I could. Range, tech, etc. is still more than competitive, just not as…
I don’t think the new one is great, but it’s a hell of a lot better than that. That has to be one of the worst-looking front ends ever conceived by man.
And every man I know who says this turns out to have an IQ that matches his shoe size. I’m surprised you could figure out how to start a car in the first place.
How is this the first car called Decennium? That kinda rules.
This is the only completely correct opinion.
I didn't even read the article. What a wonderful little thing.
The 911 is okay. The Boxster is one of the ugliest things I’ve ever seen.
Wow, that kinda sucks.
What the hell.
I like a small wheel, but I gotta say those turbines are maybe my favorite stock wheels of all time. That and the chromed turbines you could get on Corvettes way back when.