Bah! I recommended the Jeep FOUR HOURS before Jacob did! THIS IS MINE, BITCHES. »
I'm a fan of Android, maybe even borderline fanboy, and I absolutely DO NOT WANT an intergrated system in my car. Phones and tablets are outdated in 24 months, tops. I want something I can replace and keep up with current tech, not something that looks "so early twenty-teens" for the rest of its existence.
Now, if you… »
This would be my bet. They put a lot of time/effort/money into a large-displacement flat-plane crank V8, I just can't see them utilizing that for the GT350 only and laying it back to rest.
Almost certainly won't happen, but I'd love to see this new GT drop with a 7.0L flat-plane crank (oh, and ITBs since we're in my… »
Jeep with a rollcage. No doors, so it's easy to make sure you puke outside the car; if you do get any inside it's bare metal so you don't have to clean puke out of carpet should you miss the ENTIRE OUTSIDE WORLD, lots of fresh air to keep the nausea down, and you get the awesome jungle-gym for your drunk ass to use as… »
All I can say is, "Good!". If calling it a sport-utility crossover activity vehicle is what it takes to get wagons back on the market, then sport-utility crossover activity vehicles they shall be called. »
I always wanted a stuffed one of these. I love the part where it's drinking gas out of the trough and just drooling it everywhere. »
Uh, no. Where I live it doesn't snow and it doesn't get to freezing but maybe one or two nights per year. Allseasons would give up grip and comfort only to add road noise. Summer tires are perfectly capable in wet conditions, they're just no good in the cold. They're perfectly legitimate for street use in places where… »
They could choose not to act on those orders. The trigger doesn't get pulled if no one's willing to pull it. »
If making SUVs allow Aston Martin to keep making amazing GT cars, I'm all for it. I'm sure that any AM SUV will sound just as glorious. »
Nope. Toyota already has a premium brand: Lexus. If they want to offer lower-end Lexus models, that may work and more closely apes what Mercedes and Audi have done with the CLA and A3. Trying to take Scion premium is only going to result in a Mercury/Buick "cheap luxury" brand that no one in the US wants. »