After staring at it for longer than anyone ever should I’ve come to the conclusion that its god awful gaped whale face is actually doing it a favor. After tweaking it a bit you can clearly see that giant grill is the perfect distraction from realizing that it’s a pinched face Maxima/new Jaguar/Panamera looking hybrid. Let’s pray someone at Lexus gets a clue and completely remodels this car from the A-pillars forward. At least there is a nice hood to cover the super premium V6 hiding under there. Continue reading
All modern cars seem to be burdened with the task of keeping their occupants safe at all costs. Which is a good thing, because all modern cars are impossible to see out of. High beltlines create a claustrophobic sitting-in-a-bathtub feeling, and impossibly huge C-pillars bring visibility to near zero. To me this is a chicken and egg situation. Is it better to drive a tank with its hatch shut or actually see what you are doing? Continue reading
A few years ago there was a popular video making the rounds. Maybe you’ve seen it, maybe you haven’t, if you haven’t here you go.
It seems pretty obvious what happened, after the BMW 7 Series scrapes out President Barack Obama’s limo takes a stab at it and completely bottoms out, more or less disabling itself.
Well, that’s not what happens at all, at least in my opinion. Have a look at the wheel gap of the front wheels, the car is completely laid out. I have scoured the internet looking for answers and some of them are pretty far fetched about what actually happens. Continue reading
I could have gone over the top with a Luby’s trim level of this car but decided to go with the safer bet Bing Cruiser. Don’t get me wrong, I like Lincoln. In fact, I drive a Lincoln. But let’s face it, they have a long way to go to shed the geezer image, if that’s what they are even planning to do? Continue reading
I was definitely surprised to see this prototype at the Russo and Steele auction. It’s the Mastretta MXT, the first Mexican made sports car. To me that is the cars only claim to fame, but who knows, maybe we will see more of them jetting around Scottsdale road one day. Originally, I knew nothing about this car other than a bit about the Top Gear controversy. Continue reading
The first Mary Kay pink Cadillac was purchased in 1968 by Mary Kay herself as a personal car. She had the dealership paint it a light shade of pink to match some of her most popular cosmetics. The car attracted all sorts of attention and she took advantage of this, buying a pink Cadillac for her top sellers.. eventually working the whole thing into part of her genius pyramid scheme that continues to this day. Continue reading