What do you think when you speculate European car design future?
With American industry trend to make remakes from golden age of American
car industry, do you think that Europe industry will follow? We have seen
Opel’s GT 2006 already, do you think that other manufacturers will follow
Beside those speculations, I would want you to post your visions pictured if you have done any…
Well, Lamborghini are bring make the Miura:thumbs:
Lamborghini's going back to its roots, in a very modern and intense way
looks great , got it here
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(euro) you should change the name on this thread to 'bringing back
or something like that just so more people post up:2cents:
This may come as a surprise to you, but the first major manufacturer to build a high volume vehicle that catered to the retro crowd was Volkswagen with the New Beetle. Last time I checked they were still a European company.
Other than the the more exotic companies(Porsche, Ferrari, etc.), I see them making designs that are more futuristic, and honestly, I think that the styling in European cars peaked 3-5 years ago.
You don't say... :doh: :banghead:
Good idea. I agree.
As far as the cars we see from Europe in the states, I say it's only getting bigger, heavier, and more powerful from here on out. With the exception of Lotus :drool: . I think that is pretty much everyone's trend.
Not to mention more plush. (Again, Lotus is the exception)
american cars are slowly getting fatter and heavier
but theyre also getting more powerful, its confusing:screwy: