Anyone have any favorite car interiors they saw this year? I had three.
Aston Martin botched the interior on the 2016 Vantage GT. Here’s a comparison of the 2016, and the -2015.
Earlier we met the Liebherr T284, which is an enormous big dump truck.
I guess that's just a popular place for the 'oh shit' handle these days...
I was browsing C4s, which I always do because I'm a total nerd for them, and I stumbled across this:
I'm going to split my vote between the red leather from the old Volvo 740s...
There are some cars that are great on the outside, and completely terrible on the interior side of things. The proportions are wrong, the head unit is hideous, the seats grab your butt in a weird way, etc.
GM is pretty hit-and-miss with interior design. Here is a comparison of a few tiers of interior.
Went to see a friend who works for a guy who shifts oldtimers, mostly big old Mercs. Here are the cars I sat in and checked out. I was too stupid to remember to take my own photos, so these are from Google. Here's what I remember now.
Hey guys, it's tuesday, and it's raining. SO instead of walking down to my greenhouse complex to do lame fucking PhD stuff I'm lurking oppo. So here's a question for you guys:
I'm a sucker for red interiors. A lot of people find them tacky; those people are only slightly wrong. What are your favorites?
Unless you enjoy riding Christmas tree style on top of your car, chances are you'll spend an awful lot of time in it's interior. That means that whether you're in bumper to bumper traffic, cruising through 5 states in one day, or autocrossing in a parking lot you'll want an interior that you find comfortable,…
...who thinks that the interior of the Spyker D8 (formerly D12) is pure sex?
There's something wrong with Chevrolet's new lineup. The more expensive the cars get, the worse they become. I went to a Chevy Test drive event, and tested their entire lineup to find out why. Comprehensive Reviews after the break.