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Apr 6 2013
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There has to be a fire extinguisher in one of the vehicle lined up behind. There should have been at least 2 guys willing to look....Gawd!

Mar 31 2013
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I believe it can be done, and on rare occasions has been. The only two that come to mind are the Elan and the 1st gen. Integra Type R. Looking through the replies I see lots of hot hatches. They are sporty, and some of them have awesome dynamics (205), but to me these aren't sports cars. Read more

Mar 28 2013
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I agree there's still a little work to done, but a stumbling block is brand identity. They have nowhere to start. It'll come. Read more

Mar 28 2013
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You and I have very different takes on this car. I don’t think many buy it because the exterior is bland or inoffensive. Hyundai designed it that way so value conscious buyers wouldn’t be put off. I suspect the average buyer primarily has the interior in mind. Read more

Mar 21 2013
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Not unlike the Tensostruttura was the Xezri of 2011. In some ways more like the La Ferrari than the Tensostruttura IMO. I wonder which came first...

Mar 12 2013
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The Enzo grew on me too. One area that hasn't though, is the excessive front overhang. The most beautiful thing about the LaFerrari is that this hasn't been carried over (at least at the outer edges). Read more

Mar 9 2013
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What I meant by "a flying car that isn't merely a plane with lights and bumpers added", was little to no compromises when being used as either a plane or a car. The Parajet has huge compromises as both. Read more

Mar 8 2013
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I've been very lucky to have met him and seen almost all of his cars (Splash included) in one place at one time. I was a huge fan of his work before, and the visit to his garage left me with a sense of amazement. Not only does no one do what he does better, no one does what he does. Read more

Feb 28 2013
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The things might actually be prone to it. Car and Driver wrote they had one sliding during a test in the 90's too.