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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by KuchenVier, Apr 5, 2018.
I couldn't agree more. A Lamborghini Sedan would be amazing!
Here's something I really hate... Coupe SUV's, such as:
Mercedes GLE Coupe
They're for people who want an SUV, but without all that pesky cargo space in the back.
Like coupes are for sedans?
I'm pretty sure Lamborghini made the Urus as an successor to the LM.
I mean, they never did in the past, and it's not really that farfetched when you think about it. Ferrari did have an sedan concept car called the Pinin.
There is only one prototype left of this, yet this has a lot of potential.
Which basically states that you'd have to give everything up (safety, creature comforts...) in order to beat fuel economy modern hybrids are currently capable of. That's the very point of fuel-efficient cars, not to be frugal in absolute terms, but rather compared to similarly-packaged vehicles.
That said... He hates cars that sacrifice driver involvement for efficiency. It's his opinion, one I don't agree with as much as you, but... It's just that, his opinion.
Not in Japan, if you want to pay low taxes and be able to park reliably you're only left with a kei car as an option. Anything outside of that class and your premiums skyrocket. Also doubt anyone there is embarrased to be driving one since they're so deeply embedded into their culture.
Except that with all likelihood, your opinion isn't meaningful, unless you have the cash to buy a Lambo or can persuade somebody with that kind of cash.
GIVE IT TO ME NOW
I NEED THAT FERRARI
That's honestly beautiful though, I don't get why they didn't make it.
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Good point, though I am a millionaire in Grand Theft Auto Online Nonetheless, it'd be nice just to look at. From a distance.
Not Ferrari, but rather Pininfarina on Ferrari underpinnings. It was a styling proposal (one-off) that never had a following, only one in existence.
That's what I said, government forcing people into deathtraps.
The man who founded Ferrari decided that the project should be killed, although I don't know why.
Well, that's correct. The only reason it's still called an Ferrari is only because of the badges, and maybe the rims as well.
Crossovers are just pitiful. I'd rather take a bus than drive a crossover. (May be an exaggeration, just slightly)
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That seems like something Enzo Ferrari would do. Think of how he f***ed over Ford when they wanted to purchase Ferrari. Probably a bolt in a place he thought was micrometers off. He demanded perfection. Anyways, back on topic.
90's American Micro-Sedans. Im not talking Crown Vics or Lincoln Town Cars, those are amazing. Im talking these
(Issa Bruckell Legran right?)
Nothing bad. You get a reliable, spacious, comfortable package you can fix for pennies.
Technically, the LeGran borrows more from the Cutlass Ciera.
Thank you for ruining this car, Ford. Not only that, they are ending US Fiestas, and I need to facepalm for that decision.
A Fiesta remains a Fiesta, just bigger.
Also, who the hell needs a Fiesta in the land of cheap gas, wide streets and cheap used cars?
Well, then why did they even sell in the US then? Atleast I don't need to look at the charmless 7th gen in America.
Because it was right after a crisis, and the flock went towards cheap cars.
Also, the new one basically looks like the old one.
Somebody who doesnt like wasting money and resources?
Well at least most coupés are good looking, whereas I almost throw up any time I see a coupe SUV, particularly the BMW X6.
The rest of buyers is already cornered by Mini, Toyota, Nissan, Hyundai and whatnot.