I would take a land barge over that ugly piece of shit
/o/ actually thinks these pieces of junk are better than the classics, rest in piece /o/ no wonder no one comes to this shit board
The impala and charger aren't as cool. The mustang, i really don't see what your deal is. It's a sports car. It looks like one. Not to mention the 2005-2014 models looked like the first gen.
who even cares about anything else other than looks? No chick is gonna be like "dam look at that sick turbo" lmfao u fags
where da fuk did you 'check' that from?
do you honestly care about times? god thats pathetic
besides exhaust notes, ride quality, interior, etc.
Either you're a troll or you're as shallow as the average Range Rover driver. I don't really care which it is either. Modern cars can be as good as or even better than older models, if you're not a 'beauty is skin-deep' type of moron.
.....you have obviously never even been to a test and tune. Obviously the ideal is to have both the vintage looks and the modern performance, but there is nothing like WOT for 1/4 mile in a faster car like a catfish camaro.
sure performance has gone up but did the engineers go blind when they designed them?
I hope you aren't talking about pic related. Doing the same style for too long gets way too played out. Also, drag coefficients are a thing. I will give you the catfish, but thr impala is boring and it knows it, nothing wrong with looking bland, and the new edge mustangs looked very sleek and aggressive but not 2010+ HURR ANGRY FACE ON EVERY CAR, and thr charger really isn't terrible, just a rounded-but-boxy style.
>Safety regulation has caused design changes
>Efficiency regulation has caused design changes
>Technology and features have caused design changes
>Demand for innovation has caused design changes
>Lack of getting the "okay" from anon to make sure he likes the design even though everyone else is fine with it has caused design changes
TL;DR It's not 1970 anymore and your personal opinion doesn't really matter at all to companies or designers.
The most iconic cars from the US are from a period of economic booms following WW2 when wealth was abundant and resources and services were sold far under value, otherwise such cars would've been stupidly expensive. Look what happened as soon as the economy slumped in the 70s, they tried to hold onto their car building philosophies but the products immediately turned into complete shit because they had to cheap out on things.
looks like a piece of plastic trying to be a hotwheel
>Look what happened as soon as the economy slumped in the 70s, they tried to hold onto their car building philosophies but the products immediately turned into complete shit because they had to reduce fuel consumption.
From a fun and cute little car to an angry, soulless appliance shitbox.
If anything it looks smug compared to the joy of the original Twingo.
>materials and craftsmanship
lolno. even nostalgic baby boomers will admit most american cars in the 50s-60s were crap and were basically disposable.
you only get got fine materials and craftsmanship if you bought a Buick, Lincoln or Cadillac
ignoring the glorious L-body charger