The VW reminds me of the Pontiac Stinger
The corvette was at Seca being shown with a cutaway. I really liked it. It was larger than I expected but there is tons of room for turbos in the back.
That VW makes me thing. GM should bring Pontiac back just for the Stinger. But now it would be an EV. And it wouldn’t come with a portable CD player.
I don’t think it knows what it wants to be....concept fluid?
That deTomaso looks like it's from the future of pod cars
That BMW is... interesting. Is it a modern concept or one from back in the day?
How can I get one of these Jalopnik parking signs?
how is the feel of the shifter?
Can it comfortably fit a rear facing car seat and a passenger?
Will it baby?
Man those isuzus still hold up today. Great styling.
I have kept my eye on Isuzu Impulse Turbos for the better part of two decades. In that time, I have seen fewer good examples for sale than my
six five fingers on one hand.
Let’s try to be Civic to one another.
As someone that has owned 2 Impulse Turbos, one of which had the lotus tuned suspension, I would not necessarily put them in the most reliable category. Fun to drive, crazy control layout, a bit underpowered, but both had their share of problems under the hood.
“Monitored by a computer...”
I’m at every radwood. I’m one of the co-founders.
The Isuzu Impulse was a tremendous design for the time. The sound system with the graphic equilizer was as good as any. Interior room was very good and with the backseat down, you could put a half sheet of plywood (4x4) inside. I had a red ‘85 non-turbo. When it comes to CRX, my son’s first cars were ‘85-86 CRX. Boy,…
You’re right, I don’t want someone who makes Impulse decisions to influence my political choices.
Far be it from me to influence your political choices, but I urge you to consider Impulse Turbo/CRX as an option for 2020. They won’t let you down.