Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Kruezerman, Jun 28, 2012.
The Ford Fusion looks nothing like an Aston, the Fusion could at best be described as a mini SUV.
it makes a better aston than that hideous little toyota with an aston front end they did
I remember that, the Signet I think it was called. So sad.
Adding another car to the "Pretty Car List", the Mercedes CLS-class. Sexy car.
I should make a thread for pretty cars... have people post up their favorites...
Please you are telling me that looks even close to an Aston?
Ours, hell no. The US (2013 version) may have some influence from Aston Martin, but that'll probably be sold as the next model of Mondeo here.
Well I'll grant you that the car that most of the world knows as the Mondeo might have some similiarites to an Aston. It'll be what the Mk V version of the Mondeo.
Looking it up, yeah, it will be the Mark 5. One of my mates had a 2 until recently, but I didn't realize it was quite as old as that.
Talking about Astons, I do quite fancy one myself and saw a second hand Virage at one of the local car supermarkets back in 98. I certainly couldn't have afforded it, but it would have been a laugh to arrive at work one day driving that rather than the Vauxhall Chevette I was in the process of replacing.
Yeah, the Mondeo came out in what 92, so it's been around as a name for 20 years. Has it really been that long.
But thats just it. What defines "clean" power? And yes i would rather keep my super clean ICE.
No electric cars or cars loaded with pointless distractions/idiot-centric driver aids for me, thanks. Give me a roaring V8, a nice light chassis, and suspension that puts function over comfort, and I'm happy.
"Idiot-centric" driver aids make the roads safer for everybody, and not everybody likes sports chassis.
You gotta think about the general public when building cars (or indeed any product).
What to you class as a pointless driver aids just out of interest?
Another big fan of the ICE here.
We'll see in the future what Detroit and Germany has for us won't we?
Sorry a bit late to the party, but the problem solver was first proposed in 1958..
Well, slap my ass and call me Sally!
It's a nice looking car as well.
I love the Mercedes CLS series. Very sleek and swoopy, like a dolphin on wheels.
The Tesla is quite pricey for the average consumer, but I will say that I am a huge fan of the Chevy Volt, much to the chagrin of my family and friends. The Volt is also a bit pricey for what it is, admittedly, but it's cheaper than a Tesla. If I could afford a Volt right now, I'd buy one. I'm actually planning to test-drive one (a Volt) in the near future, for the purposes of doing a review of it on my Facebook page. When I write my review, I'll also post it on this site.
I've always wanted to try something like that!
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