Oh I remember this car! So much fun. The biggest calamity was using the brakes at +200 km/h, it got massively unstable and the rear got too light, it certainly could benefit with a bit extra rear downforce.
The C6 was a spawn of desperation for creativity out of Citroen in modern times. The controls, the arched rear window, they were the the definition of what should be referenced as Citroen Picasso. After the consolidation of budgets between PSA, I was worried this greatness would adhere. I still wait in anticipation… Read more
What an insult to the name.
And you still wanted one?
File it under, april fools jokes.
Yes, back in series 8 the automaker ambitious but rubbish had a rather awesome prototype. I believe Land Rover based the Evoque on this. Have a look at the official development:
Oh I get it, thought there may have been something underlying in the message, which I did not register.
Understeer is when you turn and the car continues in the original direction, oversteer is when you turn and the rear of the car tries to continue in the original direction while the front turns. The driver was barely touching the throttle, this is down to cold tyres, no weight on the rear and likely too high pressure… Read more
Dealerships should have underground parking for the available inventory. Customers should be able to see all available new cars online. Buy the car online, order pickup at the delivery lane or home delivery. It will disrupt the chaotic business models dealerships have and provide a more informed decision for the end… Read more
This is how you apply to be the next standin for James Bond!
You just voiced the opinion of pretty much everyone who endured the first half of this video. Cool Lambo though.
The Hyundai was on the correct side of the road. The van or whatever was recording was in the oncoming lane.
Your idea of flooring it, is very imaginative.
I did not know that. Apparently even the Citroen 2CV featured the up and over.
That gearbox...Mercedes 190 evolution, I believe? Actually forget the ?, I am fairly certain, so *!.
Worst commercial ever. Nuff said.