Pony Car: an affordable, compact, highly styled car with a sporty or performance-oriented image and an available V8.
FWD, not me cup o tea
If the only thing they changed was adding door handles Acura could be headed in the right direction lol
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Honda did announce it is is developing new v6 turbo for its futureType S vehicle.
So probably AWD and V6 turbo. But question is how will it look once it reach production stage.
This is a good looking concept.
I love the rear wheel drive like dash to axle ratio, and RWD like surfacing in the design.
ew. no thanks. boring body, because they put all the character lines on the hood for reasons that are inexplicable.
Last edited by JimmyDiablo; 08-15-2019 at 04:50 AM.
It's ok. Best thing about it is the color.
They did a nice job hiding the fwd proportions, be interested to see if that visual trick that words in 2D photos carries over to the real world. That's why, to my eyes, all Acura's look like Honda's - they all have that fwd proportions that in the end make them just look Honda's with fancier detailing and not luxury cars.
The front has me thinking Lexus and the side profile makes me think Mazda. Both in a good way. I'm not a potential buyer in this segment, but I like this. The color looks great too.
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It looks fantastic to me. It would make a better Legend coupe though.
looks like the stinger
GM needs to learn there's profit to be made in Good Looking sport sedans.
Decent looking. I think a coupe version of CT4 or CT5 would look somewhat like this.
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In the past, I've had a 5th gen Camaro, a CTS sedan and coupe, two 3rd gen Firebird Formulas, a convertible 4th gen Trans Am, a Reatta, a couple of Monte Carlos, an Avenger coupe, a couple of Cavalier hatchbacks, a Saturn SC1, and a Cherokee.
It's amazing what shifting the cabin back a few inches does for a vehicles profile. The FWD front overhang is still there but less dramatic because of the longer hood. Mazda uses the same trick on the 6.
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