My mother called me this morning to tell me she is looking for a new car, and unsurprisingly is interested only in the above three characteristics. Presumably a number of you have probably needed to look at a car based on those sensibilities for yourself, a friend, or family, so perhaps you could weight in.
The police are out in full force in my area today, protecting, serving, and ticketing motorists. Just driving around town in the morning I saw two guys get flashed down and spotted two more cruisers lurking by the side of the road.
I'm somewhat inclined to agree, perhaps with an exception for Bajas which I'm partial to. Nevertheless I've gotta to say that the styling and the Porsche heart make this one desirable bug.
How do you season your chicken? Rosemary? Paprika? Lemon Juice? All delicious, but decidedly less Jalop-worthy than the choice flavoring of the Italian Futurists: ball bearings.
I've always had a soft spot for the SD1, only thing I'm not keen about on this particular one is the hearing aid beige color, but that could be forgiven given it's condition and general rarity in the states.
Gotta love airplane (edit: I mean tank) engines in cars.
Of course in reality this is a serious situation and everyone should just stay inside and keep out of the police's way, but its nice to look at those roads and fantasize about the powersliding potential.
and yes I know it's a shop but this would actually be a great combo.
Even something as gorgeous as an E30 M3.
Bring back the Top Gear dog!
...but I hope some journalists get to do video test drives first. I'd love to see that thing getting flung round a corner. What a magnificent looking machine. To be honest, I don't usually get too excited about hyper cars, but this and the McLaren are starting to change my attitude.
There's been another record-breaker for the world's largest panorama recently, this time the subject is London. You've probably seen a few of these massive stitched-together panoramas by now, but they never cease to amaze me. You can even get right down and look at the cars, though I've yet to find any that are…
Although it becomes slightly less so when you find out that the Aston wasn't real. The two destroyed E-types supposedly were authentic but if it makes you feel better they were later restored.
Not sure if I should start digging myself out now, or wait and see if any more drops.
Caught sight of an X Type estate on my way home yesterday; not too shabby looking. It's the first time I can remember seeing one on the roads though. How many actually got sold in the US?
Looks like some more quality programming from SPEED.
Is this small print supposed to be funny or are Toyota actually obligated to clarify that?