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Apr 9, 2012 2:04AM
Not a very impressive list of cars to be honest
Apr 9, 2012 3:24AM
With the exception of the Viper,Light bulb most of those cars look boring. Like a loaf of bread.Confused
Apr 9, 2012 3:27AM
Top Ten "HOT RIDES"..............​ Toyota Avalon?  Are you kidding me.
Apr 9, 2012 12:24AM
They are all the same .....beached Whales...  Where did creative designs go?
Apr 9, 2012 4:40AM
All these care are real nice, but if GM, Ford, and Chyrlser want to become the dominant force again this is what they should do. The best years for cars were in the 1960's and 1979's. Those wee the years of the muscule cars. All the "Big Three" would have to do is manufacture the origianl cars with the original bodies with the original interior orginal engines with today's technology and these cars would sell like "hot cakes". That's because thiese are the cars of the Baby Boomers". These are the cars that made America great. I truly believe that the "Baby Boomer's" would sell their cars and buy the cars when we were in high school. Can you imagine driving an original 1964 GTO or Grand Prix, or a Camerio. Ford would bulid the "Shelby Cobra" the same car Steve McQueen drove in the movie Bullet, the Mustange. Chyrlser "Dodge Charge, Road Runner". Detroit wouldn't be able to keep up. This is the kicker sell these cars for a good price that everyone can afford. Even the kids today would want one. Think about. Having the same care when you were in high school. This is a win win situation for "The Big Three"
Apr 9, 2012 7:31AM
the Lincoln is kinda of a cool looking ride,
Apr 9, 2012 7:44AM
the Lincoln caught my eye the most ! very nice ,and the way america is going. i will buy american. never had one fail me. driving for 27 years.and drive lots of fords.
Apr 9, 2012 6:14AM
Yawn! A group of mostly boring-mobiles. Maybe they will be more exciting in person, but I'm not jumping up and down over the photos you posted.
Apr 6, 2012 8:33AM

That Infiniti LE looks like a Buick that was left out in the sun a little too long and started to melt.


The Fisker is gorgeous, other than the nose, but it  has the handicap of being electric. I'd love to see one with all the electric nonsense ripped out in favor of a C6 Vette drivetrain, now THAT would be a great car!


Why is the Altima wearing what looks like Lexus' (ugly) new grille?


And other than the Linc and Fisker, all of these sedans look pretty similar, and all have the dogleg rear 1/4 window treatment.


And what's up with the high, blunt front ends on the Impala and Avalon? Very bulky and ungainly looking, IMO. Is it for pedestriam crash standards? That's BS...pedestrians need to stay out of the street. Cars are big, if you can't see one coming and know enough to get out of the way, tough. Darwin at work.


The Viper looks tough, as it should. I like that it was only a mild restyle, the previous car looked great just the way it was, and the new updates take it to the next level.

Apr 9, 2012 6:01AM
WOW talk about BORING! The only car relatively exciting was the Viper. 
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