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Ferrari F12 Spider
Ferrari has only just revealed its F12 Berlinetta, at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, but already plans are in place for a convertible 'Spider' version of its fastest ever car. It probably won't be on sale until 2015 and, furthermore, will be an exclusive halo model with production restricted to 100 units, much like the 599 Aperta.
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Issigonis must be spinning in his grave.
The Mini "mini-van" concept HAS to be the UGLIEST creature EVER to have mutated from the original brilliant design.
Please note that I wrote this BEFORE I read cobra427sc's contribution, so I cannot agree more.
As for the rest, the Ferrari LOOKS nice, otherwise, Yawn.....
Fuel costs are irrelevant as far as this article goes
If you can afford a super car you can afford to fuel it...
The sports cars are not everyday cars either so the running cost is not a decision breaker either...
The every day cars like the Smart will come with green/economical engine options
Oh and the Mini MPV should be burnt and the designer should have is eyes checked and a full psychological evaluation
the BMWx 4aint all that there should have been more to it. and love the Ferrari 458 Scuderia. i soooooo want it.. these cars are so not afordable its not fairrrr. whats the point of getting so many new types of cars when peopls cant afford the old ones yet? and car insurance is so high right now . poof. guess the kia gt is orightt. and the Lamborghini Cabrera is wow a amazing creation. its beautiful and hopefully one day mine. the mini MPV is kinda not nice i think the original is so smart and smooth and got a nice noise to it with out the sencers. and of course aother audi out
i love audi i think they are well cool.
i love ferrari's to.
not sure on the mini it looks horrible just stick to what u have got.
love the bmw they are well cool
Great site, ended up spending an hour talking about the quiz.
Anyway, was just wondering. Check it out.
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