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gzdesign
9/21/19
10:19 AM
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This looks like a strange #Marketingspecial... reasonable parts, reasonable price for a higher profit compared to the base model, but no fancy names or decals whatsoever. I was kind of missing something along the lines of “All new F150 Saurus” in dull orange with black parts.

1/27/18
1:01 PM
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It is fundamentally the same exact car as the one that went on sale in 2007. Read more

1/21/18
5:41 AM
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34k got you covered, base miata hardtop and decent-quality custom color paint job, maybe add a roof rack for that extra wagon space and that’s it

10/27/17
4:29 PM
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I don’t really know why those have always been included in the “New Edge” language, since the changes, while respectful for the model itself, had almost nothing in common with that design language. It would have been interesting though to see the contemporary Cougar’s design language translated to that Mustang’s

5/7/17
3:48 PM
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I would argue that in fact, there is not going to be much change in terms of feeling dynamics and sound perception from an ICE to an electric engine. Read more

11/19/16
2:43 PM
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Taking a page out of FCA’s ideas would be easy to come up with a more honest design solution to that, but that doesn’t mean it would look any better so...

10/17/16
4:26 PM
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There could be a number of suspects here, ranging from SPD school (which works side to side with VW group, which means that projects each year are based only in VW group brands)...

9/27/16
10:41 AM
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Something along those lines was acknowledged and included as an ad itself a lot of time ago... it seems like some people just won’t listen even if society has already evolved quite a few years ago.

8/9/16
8:22 AM
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Easy.... Tesla has a pricing power and an upmarket ring Chevy doesn’t... plus Tesla is equally perceived as “domestic” so they can’t play that card either. It wouldn’t be that hard to reuse that one brand GM had ...

7/2/16
2:28 PM
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Maybe there’s something I just missed but... why a british manufacturer brings LHD test cars to a RHD market?

6/19/16
10:50 AM
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It reminds me of another Toyota, that time 700m short of winning.

6/10/16
7:47 PM
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I’m not entirely sure whether or not in a few years those differences you highlight, both in proportions and styling efforts to maintain different identities for each segment while preserving a common brand DNA, will be dilluted in our perception, but I absolutely agree that there is a greater differentiation now Read more

6/9/16
3:08 PM
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Have you considered all cars from a same era tend to share the same basic looks when you see them now, but on their heyday they were distinctive on each other, because people were more accostumed to seeing them daily and differentiating the subtle details? That is what automotive styling implies, so likely in a

5/6/16
6:35 AM
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Meet the new box... same as the old box...

4/26/16
5:42 AM
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Well, I guess that if you came this far down the line, you could always do what Mercedes-Benz did back in the day when they stuffed a new engine into a 1990s 190D, which was tricking the software into thinking that it was just in a dyno... all the better when we are talking about a VW, it could bring up some sweet, Read more

4/22/16
12:13 PM
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Another story about brazilian weird one-offs, another story about Dacon-SP or Gurgel... it always ends up like that, isn’t it?

4/17/16
7:29 AM
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Those Astons are gorgeous cars, but are waaay longer so that helps with proportions, normally when you try to shoehorn a design into a shorter wheelbase it ends up looking pretty ungainly, and moreover the roof line in the Zs is a bit more rounded and falls more abruptly, so I am not quite sure that would work. Read more

4/17/16
7:25 AM
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Well, I am not sure if we are on the same page! You mean like a restomod, or just exaggerating current 370z’s cues?