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LOL 2 long ass videos with no pictures of the car? wtf
35,600 posts and counting since 09-09-2002. tRCMB Dead Pool Commissioner.
Funny hearing you complain after sitting on your ass at home for the last 6 months. Check page 2, alligator arms
Are those pictures or artist renderings? Where are the actual car pics at, damnit!
overdone styling. rear end is terrible. i much prefer a c5 or c6.
My initial thought also. But, like Tree Rat, it might grow on me.
Drive past the Tech Center every day to and from work. Can hardly wait to see one on Mound Road now that it's been introduced
Looks bad ass
if the hood didn't have such a pronounced chrome scoop and rear end was less camaro-ish i'd be totally on board.
The blacked-out A-pillars are interesting. Wanna see one up close to see how they went about it. I hope it's not just paint
You can download it for Gran Turismo 5 on Playstation.
Cool car, but way too many slits and vents for my taste. Do they have problems with overheating?
The shape is trendy right now, but I don't think this one will age quite as well as the C6. I'm sure it is awesome to drive though.
Not enough curves. Looks sweet but not iconic.
I liked everything about the car in the video except the lack of analog gauges on the interior. Maybe I am old school there, but to me there is just something cool about having analog gauges in a sports performance car. On the outside, I liked all the odd angles, the stingray logo, all of the cool venting, the lights, esp the front ones were kick-ass, the rear exhaust, the removable carbon fiber top that shows the carbon fiber but is painted to match the car color along the edges. Not a car guru by any means but seems like a winner to me.
The test version, or the actual car? Because a while ago, they released a spy car version of it
I think it looks badass.
The actual car, as of yesterday/today I think.
The camo covered test vehicle has been available for a few months.
I think it would look great without all of the blacked out vents. It's way too busy with these.
apparently all the vents are functional. I can tell you, as someone who has done just a little bit of road course racing, overheating is ALWAYS a problem at the track. The more cooling the better (brakes, trans, radiator flow, etc)
Drank my money on a red roulette, that's a ride I can't refuse
-- The Band of Heathens
It will be available dark green! Not sure why they named it Lime Rock Green unless the pics are deceiving.
Will be a head-turner on campus
Lime Rock is a historic race track in Conneticut.
The roof doesn't match the chassis.
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