Hans Kuiper
hanschepuve
11/27/19
4:18 PM
51

Do they want to run this down the same assembly line where they build S-X or 3-Y? Or do they want to set up a line just to do trucks? I own a wonderful set of shop tools at home, but I don’t bring them to work.

11/25/19
9:32 PM
33

Am I the only one who thinks that yellow is better than blue at night?

11/22/19
3:42 AM
260

Don’t worry, as long as they keep getting assholes like you turning up to post jibes about the job security of actual people, they’ll have the traffic to keep going.

11/22/19
12:28 AM
17

Yeah people are cowards, and generally regressive. When they say they want futuristic stuff, what they mean is they want present-day stuff but nicer. This design isn’t necessarily quality, but it is Fucking Spectacular. Read more

11/22/19
12:22 AM
30

Right there with you. Finally, a company has had the guts to do something properly futuristic and weird.  Read more

11/21/19
11:48 PM
546

My whole life I’ve wanted car companies to make their concept cars but they never do and I always wondered why. Well the comments show why, because people are full of crap. People say they want a futuristic car or something out of bladerunner. They say they want something unique but at the end of the day they buy a Read more

11/21/19
3:52 PM
1

The curse of the old millennial— Old enough to remember when things were good, young enough to have to put up with soulless garbage for another 50 years before the brain starts to go.

11/19/19
3:45 PM
15

It honestly looks pretty good for a mini-CUV, especially compared to what Ford, GM and Nissan are pumping out.  Styling is handsome and the interior doesn’t look like a penalty box. Read more

11/12/19
11:33 AM
34

Kinda, but the current A7 refresh has only been around briefly but the lines still follow the early 10s lines. Pinpointing the long rear slope is a bit harder. You saw that trend starting in the late 00s. See the 2010 Koreans

11/7/19
10:36 AM
31

THIS JUST IN: HIGHLY ANTICIPATED CAR HAS LARGE PRESENCE AT TRADESHOW FOR AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET THAT WAS FUELED AT ONE POINT BY PREDECESSOR OF SAID HIGHLY ANTICIPATED CAR

11/5/19
12:33 PM
5

The 370Z is pretty outdated, but it’s just plodding along doing its own thing. I fear its replacement will either be (a) some variant of the Rogue, or (b) nothing. So let’s just appreciate it as one of the few cars Nissan has not ruined.