Dare I say I prefer the looks of the Audi over the Porsche? This is the most German looking car I have seen in a long time. The whole thing looks like it was carved from a single block of aluminum.
You can’t tell me that is not a minivan that they left the sliding doors off of.
Buy to $60k cybertrucks, and weld them together to make a square truck.
They just need to fix their terrible infotainment system, but otherwise their interiors are top notch, nice materials, perfect fit/finish. Lexus are luxury vehicles you can actually buy and keep for 10+ years, I doubt most are leases with them.
This is a bummer. I would much rather have.GT350 than a GT500. Though, like a true Jalop, as much as I love the GT350, I never bought one.
The front grilles are a design abomination. They are unbalanced beaver buck-teeth. And oddly - the design flier that BMW designers and leadership somehow decided to approve is large not for any functional reason or benefit. If you are going to abandon a long and well-earned design heritage - do it for a functional… Read more
IMO the wagon availability was the only reason, and that’s a wildly unpopular one amongst Americans. I ended up with a 2015 3-series wagon because I wanted a wagon which was reasonably fun to drive and had a nice interior. The only other option was MB (too old man-ish for me) or Audi (big fan but I like BMW driving… Read more
‘sup, bro? Let’s hang...
I’m a diehard BMW guy but I find the new z4 FUGLY. It’s ok... but for the price I’d be all over a used Porsche.
I’m not saying buy a Supra but I wouldn’t be seen in a C8 unless you put a gun to my head. It’s one ugly motherfucker.
Right, I saw that, but what I was trying to say is, “Whoop dee fucken doo, yet another boutique car with over-the-top specs that’s three, four, five times as costly as new cars ordinary people ordinarily buy. What does that do for me or you or anybody you know?” Seriously! Throw enough cash at any engineering problem… Read more
Ok, so that sedan is actually drop dead gorgeous from some angles. But what I really want to know is what a wagon would look like using the rear cargo area of the SUV on the sedan’s body. It’s already very close if you choose to visually block out the black plastic on the SUV and imagine smaller wheels / wheel arches.
My only worry is for something like a road trip which is something I do multiple times a year. I don’t want to have to stop every 3 hours to charge it for 20+ minutes (assuming you can find a charger, and its not in use).
“chest-level work surface”
Can we stop for one damned minute and talk about how fucking bonkers this is? The goddamned tailgate opens and it’s at chest height on a stock truck?
I remember playing in my grandparent’s old C10 as a kid, the tailgate was at best at thigh height on an adult. Why? Because I… Read more
Chevy could be the first to put a hydraulic liftgate as standard in their half-ton trucks. Now that would seriously rock. They won’t, though.
I read thought the new Silverado looks hedious in the pictures, I saw one in person few weeks ago, it's even more hedious in person.
If they just removed 7/10ths of an acre of body panel and 19" of gap between the wheel and the arch, then you wouldn’t need a built-in ladder to get into the bed. And as a bonus you wouldn’t blow out your back if you ever decided to load anything heavy into the damned thing.