Everything that’s wrong with this car is what makes it perfect for its habitat.
A classic, non-digital, timekeeping device on the dashboard. Cannot be changed into a pressure gauge, cannot be changed into a radio display. It doesn’t change color. It cannot be moved around.
They just couldn’t resist...
I posted about this mystery car a year go. Not knowing was driving me crazy. Well, today is the day of great relief as the mystery is no more! I don’t know if it was the wind, a careless owner, or one of you guys... but the secret was finally unveiled! And it’s not as exotic as everyone thought...
I did not realize this but apparently adding more shark fins is a thing...?! Will it turn into a race like Gillette blades?
People love to hate this movie but I disagree.
I drive by this house every day and never saw the car uncovered. Trying to guess what’s under the cover.....it’s messing with my head. Summoning the hive mind of Oppo:
...and you fear could result in the revocation of your car expert card? (And it’s probably a shitty car anyway.)
As stated before, not a fan of how they’re selling the 911T (and not a fan of the brand’s tactics), but can’t argue that this video captures its essence really well.
While the 911 Carrera T is no doubt going to steal the headlines over the next few days with its tried and true “remove the radio and charge more” recipe, here is something else I noticed while perusing Porsche’s website.
Dodge steps up and shows the world what “choose your color” is supposed to mean.
I may have accidentaly opened Pandora’s box while looking into the car upholstery market...
Creepworthy science here
They must be smoking too much pot over there because these cars just don’t age. It’s like classic collector’s heaven. Some day I will def buy a used, clean example of an enthusiast car to maintain its showroom condition.
So I assume we have all seen the newest BMW Film, The Escape, right? It was a good 13 minute flick, high quality action movie making and all. I wish the car would have gotten more stunt driving and wish the engine didn’t sound so anemic.