It’s absolutely a Kia Optima. The Cadenza has a really close taillight, but the center brake light is situated at the top of the rear window, not at the bottom like the hit-and-run car. Even though the Fusion has a similar taillight, it’s ruled out because of its high mounted center brake light as well.
It’s 100% an optima. The Cadenza has the right taillight shape, but a center brake light mounted at the top of the rear window.
Love that one-spoke steering wheel.
At least it’s slightly better than the concept?
that was a secret project and you will be hearing from my lawyers.
kinja apparently ate my link, so here you go:
not to be one of those guys . . . but I’m gonna be one of those guys.
If that bodywork is final it’s definitely a Corvette.
Fresh tomatoes, as well as vinegar and anything fermented. Beer, wine, kombucha, you name it.
Handed the keys to my dang wife!
I just can’t get over how much like a Buick it looks.
It looks dated already. Way too many nonsensical creases, tail lights straight off of a 2000s Hyundai Azera, ugly grille and headlights, and they managed to make a fastback look more bloated than a sedan.
I can’t emphasize enough how cheap and shitty flat silver wheels look. I hate them.
Working under capitalism doesn’t make criticism of it hypocritical. And besides, I’m pretty sure it was supposed to be satire. Clumsily done, maybe, but still . . .
Every once in a while I think, hey, maybe we should just eat the rich.
I saw an Aston of my own today; a concourse blue DB11.
No one called the CX-9 a “bad mama-jama” so I’m pretty much fine with it.
We live in the dumbest timeline.