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Discussion in 'European Cars' started by dolinc, Jan 21, 2011.
They were all beautiful cars.
it is quite a fruity shot ill admit
if i change mine will you change yours, and your username?
tbf hernandez looks like a lesbian
Looks considerably better here, IMO.
the front and side vents are so so awful.
Not at all!
What? that looks heaps worse <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>
I dont understand really why 90's cars had that dipping waistline thing going on. The windows curved down into the bodywork and gave the cars a sagging quality. It didnt look very good.
At the same time I'm not a fan of the high beltline/low visibly styling of the 2000s either.
same. I like the sort of neutral design. About even amounts of window and bodywork on the side with a straight bodyline or at least not sagging. I dont like the high beltline tiny window design like the Mercedes CLS either.
Really really like.
If they make that 4 door sedan Maserati, Mercedes & Aston Martin will bury it.
Interesting concept, however I'm not that fond of the design the rear and the front don't look that coherent. It looks to me as if they were designed by 2 different people.
Also were are the fanboys that waved the flag of RWD purity? Or is this borrowing it's racing pedigree from Fiat's other subsidiary Lancia via Integrale ? Or maybe the 250 breadvan ... ?
I'm all but eager to hear them on this
I don't see the big fuss being AWD.
I like it
I'm not sure about it, as long as it's virgin, it's fine
Best AWD in the world.
get a brain moran
I don't either not for this model.
But Ferrari should never ever make an AWD for cars like the 599, 458 or Enzo successor.