It looks absolutely fucking sinister in that combination of car color and brake caliper color.
And now I have officially fallen in love with this car.
Sure, the Panamera wagon isn’t manual, but still.
Porsche got ahead of most everybody and has now opened their configurator for the new 991.2 GT3. They got Miami fucking Blue, but I’m not having that.
I was on BMW’s website
endlessly looking at the 320i earlier today and I noticed that they completely renovated it. For a few years now, their different models and versions have been laid out in grid formation. First, you would choose your series or model (Ex: 3-Series). Then, you’d choose the model you want (Ex:…
any car you can find in a configurator, I aint care
So I keyed in 15430 on the ZIP Code and went for Maximum Heavy Type Death Trooper.
Because I got some time to kill and I won’t stop throwing money at my screen until I get either.
It’s real easy to get this thing over $200k!
Aston Martin launched a fancy new configurator with the DB11. I have to admit, I’m not nuts about the interior of this car. The centre console has a weird tapered shape, and the parking brake feels like an afterthought. I also think this is the first Aston with an electronic parking brake, which is a step in the wrong…
I just discovered that AutoByTel’s pricing configurator works back to 1999 models.
Dark, flat blue-grey, with metallic silver-blue stripes.
And this is what I'm doing:
Post your builds here!
Call me a traditionalist but I'm getting mine in red. Other than that it's a base stripper model.
How would you configure yours?
Jalopnik seems to have dropped the torch for the new Volvo XC90. I still love it.
I don't know who on here is a Volvo fan, but I am and I thought I'd just give everyone a heads up. It's no Mustang, but I think it's just as cool, and man is it a looker. I mean, it's easily the best looking crossover out right now.
The price says "TBA" on Porsche's website, but the configurator is up.