Actually, you do get the gas station and parking bit, if you’ve got an Ionic Electric, Kona Electric, or Soul EV.
Well, just be glad you don’t have what we’ve got here in the NE US. I live in New York state, and we’ve got a few inches this morning. Certainly doesn’t look or feel like Spring is around the corner, that’s for sure.
Dang, I remember that one from when I was a kid. I’ve also been looking for examples of this for a while, too.
How long before ICE cars start hogging them?
Looks a lot like the Cinquecento that Fiat introduced in 1991. Could it be Fiat copied this obscure concept? The engine size is even somewhat similar (720cc vs the Fiat’s 704cc).
Reminds me of years ago, when I spotted a Mexican market Chevrolet Astra with New York plates on it. Silver 5-door.
Honestly, it’s not a bad look. I like it. Should look good with an Airstream RV conversion.
I’m probably the only one here who doesn’t think of Mopar when they see/hear that firing order. For me, I think Holden, all because of a single song.
Always liked the R1, would love to get my hands on one of those someday.
Those look awesome. Ironically, I only own the wheelspin GRC Beetle, but I might just have to buy one for one of those paint schemes.
It’s alright. Personally, I’d rather have the one that was unveiled two years later.
That TL Type-S magnet, tho.
The grille and headlights were my biggest issue with the Acadia, this new look fits much better into the lineup. Hopefully it trickles down to the Terrain in a year or so.
As much as I hate to see stuff like this happen, I can’t help but see this as a benefit for North America.
That must only be the case with the first gen, because we’ve never had that problem with our 2017.
Just checked the ‘19 Mirage (US-spec), four vibrant colors available. Infrared Metallic, Sapphire Blue Metallic, Sunrise Orange Metallic, Wine Red Metallic.
So, basically that just means that eventual Telluride owners will just have to wait for aftermarket snorkels for them to hit the market in order to do that. That’s actually not bad if that’s the only modification needed.
Yeah, I can agree with the name not belonging on it, but the design has definitely grown on me. They could have called it the Lancer Cross, since the Lancer nameplate doesn’t just apply to the iconic Evolution models.
Personally, I quite like it as well. It may be FWD based (though it’s also MINI-related), but I hear it’s still got good driving dynamics.
X2, the SAC (Sports Activity Coupe) version of the X1.