Cars that you would like to see, and what you think would be their features.
>Dodge Dart R/T (Concept in pic)
>Honda Fit Type R (WHY DON'T THEY DO THIS)
>Ford Mustang RS
>2016 return of the Cobalt
>RWD Mini Cooper
With the rear-biased AWD of the Focus RS of course.
A modernized 70s/80s wedge. Where is my promised future?
Protected by a piece of paper that says every car must have a flat noses, smooth curves, and foot-thick pillars for safety purposes.
That's why the wedge is gone and every modern car looks a little bit like a bar of soap.
See, I get that, but how does Lamborghini get away with building and selling their doorstops?
Isn't it just a result of car manufacturers competing between themselves to make safer cars rather than explicit external laws that lead to same shit everywhere in the cheaper segments?
challenger GT concept. AWD and engine from police Charger, 8 speed automatic from Chrysler 300, all Scat Pack options available for the 5.7 making 480hp
I want a Chevy Fiero but that'd just be competition for the Camaro and Corvette they don't want.
The Levorg with a manual and sold in the US.
...basically the WRX wagon.
The RS technically existed as the Mercury version of the Ford Mustang SVO.
So if Mercury comes back and they make their own Capri again, the Ecoboost would be your RS.
Or, you can use the modern interpretation of RS and have an AWD turbo Mustang. Rear wheel drive Mini is silly though, and why would the Cobalt need to come back? If anything, Code 130R needs some kind of implementation of something. Whatever those concepts were that revealed at the NYIAS some time ago.
BMW 0 series
3 door hatch
3 cylinder engine 160 hp 210 nm
FWD (pls no hate)
Lancia Stratos. Grab the 4C, get that shitheap DCT and 4 banger out, put in a manual gearbox and a Maserati V6. Bring it to Bertone or Pininfarina, tell them to make it look good.
what are you doing?
>RWD Mitsubishi FTO
>GTO/3000GT with the 3.8 V6
>Miata with a 13B
>Miata with a 20B
And as economically unviable as it would be, rolling shells for discontinued models. Want a Skyline shell to house that LS engine you have laying about?
I've been fantasizing about V8 AWD launches for a long times. The Charger has the option, but a Challenger with the 8speed AWD is pure sex.
Huh, I might actually buy an FCA product
Chance of a 3 door version? If not I might as well get a FiST.
probly not without a major chassis redesign
all Darts and variants thereof are 4 or 5 doors
Here's a wagon version.
People talk about how they wish the prelude was RWD..But if Honda was really cool they should of made the prelude AWD and the integra RWD. A poor man's GTR and a s-chasis competitor
Ford Thinderbird Italien, but with V8 and manual transmission pairing. Also, actually stylish, non-autist compliant cars that you can actually see out of
>Pontiac Tempest Jetfire
Such a shame they didn't offer the most innovative engine on the platform on the most innovative car on the platform.
>Honda Accord Type R
Actually that does exist in Europe, and in Japan it's called Euro-R (although Euro-R looks different from pic related).
And what are the odds that these will be any cheaper, easier to maintain, or spacious despite these being the pinnacle points of fwd?
>BMW introduces the precision of an all new front wheel drive, for only 10% more than last year's rear drive models!
maybe if i dont forget the picture
MX-3/MX-6 Reboot. I had a '93 MX-3 and it handled really fucking well. I'd take one over a 90s miata because those things are small as Fuck but have a little more cargo capacity with the fastback. So I guess just a new Mazda fastback would be cool