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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by Youngtimer, Mar 1, 2018.
Oh. I didn't catch that, and interpreted it differently.
The Dodge Challenger, remember: Like father:
They did it right by just modernizing it, no other changes, it's still a cool muscle car, but modern.
It's the Challenger.
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And in the sporty Dodge segment, it technically replaced this:
And the 2nd Challenger was this:
oops... I'll fix it XD
the trabant looks the same but a tiny tiny difference
It's not that tiny. There's a few changes I can notice from it.
like the grill, and other stuff.
(i was too lazy to type)
from a hideous, late 90's car forcibly following ford's new edge design language:
to a simple, well proportioned front end that fits well with the rest of the car.
Saab 9-3 Convertible, probably because first gen rear is so hideous..
BMW 1-series F20
The Ford Focus Mk3 to Mk4.
While the 3rd gen was already a nice-looking compact:
The 4th one improved further:
I gotta disagree with you on that. While I do like the facelift the MK3 was given, I think the MK4 looks like a fish.
1991 F150 to 1992 f150
‘91 looked better. I would argue the opposite.
From rather boring, uninteresting design...
...to fresh and pretty attractive look.
Though I'm a big fan of Panther body cars,I still think the 1st gen. Crown Vic looks weird,and the 2nd gen. looks much better!
2017 Duster vs Duster 2019
1st gen Camaro to 2nd gen. While the first one looked a bit nondescript, the next one managed to give the Camaro a distinctive, sporty-but-not-aggressive, look. (at the cost of visibility, though)