lol... well... what can I say? My favorite car is a Diablo... need I say more?DuSpinnst said:What is "Mr Ideal Lineup's" obsession with Exotics. Mid-Engine cars are not something Saturn wants or needs. Who is going to buy a Mid-Engine Saturn? NO ONE.
Maybe they can ask Honda to provide the engine for this one too. Since it'll be an NSX competitor, Honda should have plenty of engines around.AmericanRevolution said:Storm $60,000-$71,000
A mid-engine NSX-level competitor, this car is extremely sporty. With 350 hp from the V6 (Redline pumps out nearly 400hp plus a race-tuned suspension and minor interior and exterior changes for a more aggressive, sporty design), this car is extremely quick. A stiff suspension setup helps it corner like a sports car.
Exactly. If Saturn should change it's name then the Brits should change Vauxhall to Opel. They are pretty much the same cars, even more so than Saturn.gmhashope said:I think renaming Saturn to Opel would be a stupid idea, but I like your line-up except for the Corsa. That thing is ugly.
Agreed... and for the Corsa... remember, Saturn is now the import-fighter... and the higher end ones at that (Acura/new VW/etc)...gmhashope said:I think renaming Saturn to Opel would be a stupid idea, but I like your line-up except for the Corsa. That thing is ugly.