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Jan 15, 2013 4:17AM
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How old is the guy who wrote this article? The Stingray name was on the side of Corvettes into the mid 70's. If you are going to write as an automotive expert, you need to get your facts straight.
Jan 15, 2013 4:41AM
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Hey Hyundai, Audi called.  They want to talk about your new front grill.  They say you forgot the 4 rings.
Jan 15, 2013 3:51AM
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If I'm not mistaken the Stingray was NOT last used in 1967 but in 1972.
Jan 15, 2013 6:00AM
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that Via truck looked like a GMC 1500.
Jan 15, 2013 5:14AM
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Who is VIA Motors and where are they made?

 

Jan 15, 2013 3:30AM
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When highlighting benefits for industrial use, why only offer an electric truck with such a short cargo bed?  This poor feature eliminates it for our consideration. 

Plus, why not utilize a small diesel generator instead of the gasoline burner.  If I'm willing to transition to the "reinvented wheel" and accept the risk for failure, I'll only purchase the most efficient technology available today -and a diesel hybrid would be it.

Jan 15, 2013 7:25AM
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Now is the time for a talented designer to step up and design a car that reaches out to car enthusiasts who enjoy a shape that truly strikes a cord.  The kind of car that you immediately distinguish from the rest as being unique and brilliant in execution. The kind of car you keep looking back at when you walk away.  The kind of car you clean and wax when it really doesn't need it.  Today's cars,trucks, and SUVs look like life size toys a child would play with. Bizarre, exaggerated front ends with scoops and cut outs that do nothing more than add shock to an overall shape designed by a computer and a wind tunnel. Huge, garish wheels seem like a last gasp attempt to hide medicrority. There was a time when I could not only easily name a car, but also know the year. Take the badges off new cars today and you are hard pressed to distinguish an Acura from a Lincoln. But hey, the car looks angry!  Please, someone stop the madness!!
Jan 15, 2013 6:27AM
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Once again Mercedes makes the ugliest looking car. At least they are consistent.
Jan 15, 2013 1:35PM
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The Maserati looks the best in this group of photos. Why people like the design of these crossovers is beyond me.
Jan 15, 2013 8:35AM
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The Lincoln MKC does not look very impressive.  I doubt it will sell.  There go the profits. Every time a car company inches ahead, it comes up with a loser which puts it behind.

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