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post #16 of 37
The lambo suvs lm001 and lm002
post #17 of 37
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What I'd give for an old 930 or 993 turbo...the new 911's are cool too.

Now we're talking - the 993 turbo is one of the most handsome cars ever made.
post #18 of 37
I think the Lambo sedan looks really cool.
post #19 of 37
this lambo sedan is just a concept, or is sure that is going to go into production as it is ??
post #20 of 37
I love Lotus.
post #21 of 37
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I love Lotus.

+1

I saw one today but unfortunately did not have my camera on me. When I buy a car it will be a Lotus.
post #22 of 37
Lotus is indeed rare (for me at least). It is something to gawk at, definitely. I think I've seen ONE....
post #23 of 37
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Lotus is indeed rare (for me at least). It is something to gawk at, definitely. I think I've seen ONE....

The funny thing is they're pretty cheap and you get a real sports car for your money.
post #24 of 37
I like the lambo
post #25 of 37
The lambo sedan doesn't look that bad to me.
post #26 of 37
It doesn't look bad, but it doesn't look anything like a Lambo either. /Adrian
post #27 of 37
I like it. My friend has a Lamborghini tractor, which I think is very cool.
post #28 of 37
Certainly not as bad as the Saab SUV that is basically a Chevy Trailblazer plus $10,000. Now THAT'S a stupid product... Anyway, Lambo has never thrilled me much. If I had the money, there are any number of Ferraris or Maseratis that I'd pick first. Jaguar is the biggest sell-out to me, though, and the one that disheartens me the most (probably because while a Lambo will probably never be in my future, a Jaguar is certainly closer to being a possible purchase). Some of their models (like the Xk8) look nice, but basically it's now just a big fancy ford with a V-8 to compete with their rivals. To me, a Jaguar needs to be sleek, smooth, large but still cramped on the inside, and with an inline 6 or a V-12 that falls apart every six weeks. The Cayenne never bothered me, though, for the reasons PSG mentioned; it seemed an extension of their design innovation into a new arena, not a quick "fit into market need" scheme. Every new Jaguar seems JUST that... I mean, what was with that shitty little X-type (the BMW 3-series rival)?
post #29 of 37
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe Jaguar was bought by a company from India?? I heard this some time ago. Perhaps that has impacted their designing/engineering of their cars? Again, not sure about the aquisition.. EDIT: Yes, Tata Motors had struck a deal with ford (2.3 Billion USD) to take over of Land Rover and Jaguar!! Link: http://www.businessweek.com/globalbi...326_384146.htm
post #30 of 37
Have you ever seen the Sultan of Brunei's Ferrari 456?
http://www.geocities.com/sul288us/#2
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