Shocking that a company would use similar design language on similarly sized vehicles!
Okay, so by “thousands of pounds of coffee”, you meant “thousands of pounds of coffee.”
That is a strange relief.
Hi man. Nice pic from Insanity.
Is it bad that I read this and immediately thought “hmm, transit connect pickup... wonder when someone would swap in an ST powerplant”
Probably. My guess is that it’s going to be more or less a Transit Connect pickup. And if that’s all it is, it will be the most awesome small truck built in 30 years.
“You mean you have to pay money for new cars? I’ll buy a gently used one in a few years.” - a Jalopnik poster before lamenting when Ford stops making them in 2027 due to low sales
Let me guess:
If you’ve gotta be old, rich, and obnoxious, buying ridiculous cars is a way more innocent hobby than funding The Federalist or paying Toni Laren’s rent. So I can’t hate him too* much.
So VW been selling pre-production cars for how many decades?
BUY A DEER AND RIDE IT AS A SHOW OF DOMINANCE TO OTHER DEER
Ctrl + C
Here’s the Toyota Supra Face before you’re supposed to see it.
“I really wanted a wagon but I have back problems and the wife said she would never drive a Buick hearse.
“I would totally buy that if it was in the US and under $30K” that lurk around these parts, this is your moment!
“Does any civilian really need to be able to tow 21,000 pounds, or put 7000 pounds of stuff in the bed?”
The problem with the H3 was the H2. If the H3 had come first we might still have Hummer as a brand. But the H2 was as tacky and cheap looking as vehicle can possibly be - just owning a Hummer became synonymous with expensive bad taste. It was a pointless exercise in pretend machismo, and it destroyed the Hummer brand.
Alt headline: Car we once openly mocked now indistinguishable from present norm.
Where would you suggest that I rent a VW alltrack for the weekend?
Tom said that in his article already, but your huffy whining really helps.