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      RWD
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'd love to see more outrageous, far-reaching concept cars. These all seem to be very close to production-ready. But maybe that's because modern cars look so futuristic already, making even the outrageous seem more plausible by comparison.
      illnever tell
      • 2 Years Ago
      Very good show with a lot of interesting new stuff. Better than the last few. ...No models? Just wondering.
      metalmatrix7
      • 2 Years Ago
      did i seem like there is an unusually large showing of sports cars here? not that i am complaining, just seemed remarkable
      Groagun
      • 2 Years Ago
      Starting from the top: Ford Fusion, it's a family sedan, but put next to it's competition it looks good if not great. Dodge Dart, I'm just not excited about this car, still cautious towards Chrysler/Fiat products and quality. Cadillac ATS, interesting as it's pitted against BMW 3 series and I like the look of Cadillac, different from all others. Chevy Sonic RS, will only have opinion after time behind the wheel. Hyundai Veloster Turbo, never really cared for this car but I like turbo's: Genesis Coupe, mehhhh. Merc SL, is it me or is this particular car now just the old mans or bored well to do house wives car? Charger Redline, rednecks rejoice, I guess it's cool. Mopar 200 Super S, honestly, why would anyone consider buying this? Porsche drop top, one in an almost infinite line of 911 variants. Lexus LX 570, don't care at all. Acura RDX, a real step backwards again for Honda. It was a quirky little CUV with a great turbo 4: it didn't seem to fit within it's family and that made it stand out and be unique if not great. Now it's just another one, a premium CRV. Bentley V8, subtly it looks better and smart turbo technology. Jetta Hybrid, why not buy the TDI? Buick Encore, maybe this can fill the role the RDX has left? Mini Roadster, looks much better than coupe version. Merc E class Hybrid, this tech belongs in big expensive saloons, this makes sense to me. Audi A4 Allroad, I like this car. Toyota Prius C, well it's a Prius and that is all I have to say about that. Shelby Anniversary Mustang, in the pics the gold looks to be wrong hue but cool retro I guess?
      GasMan
      • 2 Years Ago
      You left out a segment on Booth Babes! You could call it Updated Models or something like that to be PC.