Here’s the thing though, He’s NOT a “car guy”, these supercars are nothing more than trophies that are used to show how much money he actually has. Why did he buy them? Because he can. Will he drive them? Probably not, and he’ll just end up selling them a few years on. You can learn a lot about someone by looking at… » 4/23/15 1:51pm Thursday 1:51pm

I’m sorry Andrew, but you’re just wrong. My taste buds aren’t fried, the Escalade is a colossal waste of money and you’re better off buying a Tahoe or a Yukon. In fact, the Yukon Denali looks nicer and is cheaper by a large margin, so it makes people who buy the Escalade look even more dense than people already… » 4/18/15 10:21am 4/18/15 10:21am

Yeah, the current Challenger is content with being a big muscle car, but I can see Chrysler reshaping it to be more of a competitor to the Mustang and Camaro in the next redesign. The first-gen got their foot in the door, now they gotta set it up if they want to be taken seriously.. well not too seriously. I… » 4/14/15 11:35am 4/14/15 11:35am

I've been debating which commercial is worse, the infamous "grounded to the ground" Camry ad or Chevy's current one. The focus group commercial for the Colorado works because, as you said, "trucks are cool", compared to the current ad, I almost feel insulted. Does GM think people are this dense? ARE people this dense?… » 4/13/15 12:49pm 4/13/15 12:49pm

I don’t understand Ferrari anymore. They got ass-panned when Deadmau5 customized his dime-a-dozen 458, they got ass-panned when Jim Glickenhaus made his P4/5 into a racecar, and they got ass-panned when Pininfarina made that one-off Stratos for Michael Stoschek. So now, they’ve let Justin Bieber, a.. (I don’t know… » 4/07/15 10:27am 4/07/15 10:27am

I agree, but I still believe that people out there are either too supportive of Clarkson or too supportive of BBC's decision to sack him. I don't believe that Jeremy should have gotten away with what he did, and despite the hate spewing on this now-toxic website (among others) I don't think he should have been fired… » 3/25/15 12:00pm 3/25/15 12:00pm

Agreed, (outside of BMW) a lot of cars designed around the mid to late-90s had a habit of looking kinda bulbous and soft or just a little too "future chic". Kind of like the original iMac G3, it looked so futuristic and cool with its clear casing and wild colors, but as soon as Apple shifted all of their products to… » 3/22/15 1:43pm 3/22/15 1:43pm

Yeah, but I'm letting that slide due to them using a bunch of varied cars throughout the movie. NSXs (NSXes?), R32 GT-Rs, Evo 8s (and 9s), 350Zs, Silvias, and RX-7/8s are still prominent at shows and events so it's easier to believe, even though the 350Zs and Evo had heavy screen time. The only part of that movie that… » 3/20/15 6:42pm 3/20/15 6:42pm

The thing about the Challenger though, is that its design is fairly practical. It's big on the outside, big on the inside, and despite being a coupe, there outward visibility isn't too bad. The Camaro is big, and yet is somehow manages to be EXTREMELY claustrophobic when you get into it, nor can you see out of it. » 3/16/15 1:38am 3/16/15 1:38am