Fair point!ASCARI said:That's the trouble with a new design today, avoiding or trying to avoid what's already been done, you have to be very radical but in doing so many spoil the look.
I can follow that.Toronto Spider said:Generally, however, I'm a sceptic. I tend to doubt the quality of things that don't have a proven track record, or that I haven'be been able to check out personally (or by proxy through people whose opinions I trust).
True.Toronto Spider said:I have absolutely nothing against a good looking, fast, superb handling, well-designed car, no matter what category it is in -- roadster, supercar, touring car, sedan, etc. Each has its own place and its own purpose.
Touché :lol:Toronto Spider said:I only made the comments I did because I find it funny that a bunch of car guys are only talking about how the car looks, just like a bunch of teenage girls looking at a fashion magazine.
Yes, but personally I dont like it when it seems to become 99% the point of supercar.Toronto Spider said:I mean isn't the power and the engine at least half the point of supercars?
Honestly, Im not too bothered if its very out of range or very very out of range.Toronto Spider said:Quick, do a conversion of Canadian dollars to pounds or Euros, and that price will start to look pretty cheap on a monetary unit per horsepower basis.
Nothing wrong with that, as long as it isnt as bad as the, you know who, yes themToronto Spider said:Sure I've got a bit of nationalistic pride working.
Well and clearly said.Toronto Spider said:I'm a pretty straight forward shooter. If I like (or dislike) something I usually say. I also try to make my biases clear. So if my posts are essentially neutral (as has been the case on this thread) it's because I really don't have any feelings on the matter one way or the other, and not because I'm playing games, waving a flag, or trying to convert the uneducated EU masses.