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Hyundai’s April Fool’s Day prank shows what a little N roadster might look like
Welcome to Hyundai's idea of an April Fool's Day prank-teasing us with a car we want very much, but no matter how often we ask, it simply will not build. Not cool, guys. Don't be joking about things
This is our version
The second-generation Mitsubishi Lancer was offered here from 1980 to 1988. Its distinctive angular styling earned it the nickname 'box-type.' It was fairly simple, easy to maintain, and quite sporty, particularly if you opted for the GSR and newer GT
This is what we think it would look like
The now-discontinued Isuzu Crosswind landed on our shores at the beginning of the century, and it only received minimal updates during a local run of over 16 years. Its older architecture also meant it used older-generation Isuzu mechanicals. This includes
With improved aero and a very low suspension
It has been concluded that the 316hp Honda Civic Type R could be the best hot hatch on sale today. JAS Motorsport-an Italian racing team with ties to Honda- now wants to turn the finest hot hatch money can buy (today)
Those gold wheels though
Today's batch of internet rendering goodness comes from George Yoo. He's a San Francisco-based industrial designer who clearly has a thing for old Ferraris. Specifically the P3/4, the Dino, the Testarossa (not the blocky '80s one) and, crucially,
A new small SUV
It follows the design and functional idioms of its bigger Kia SUV brothers, but packages it all up inside something that'll sit in the Ford Fiesta class of cars. Ladies and gentlemen, this is a cartoonish render of the all-new
Run at me, bro
Rendering enthusiast Rain Prisk is becoming a regular on Top Gear UK. Remember the apocalypse-ready Porsche 918 Spyder?From the same school of thought comes this, the tank-tracked Bentley Bentayga. If escaping zombies is something you wish to do in
Can you name them all?
Pokémania has taken the world by storm. Children and adults who've failed to grow up have been stomping around towns, cities and racetracks in order to catch animated pocket monsters. Sometimes they got more than they've bargained for; like
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