Screw ricers and caravans
*procedes to disrespect Land Rovers*
@Guy with a Jeep, u wot m8?!!
@WelI Obviously, haha jk we can all hate on Toyota FJs
@Guy with a Jeep,
Whatever, I had that jeep thing once... It was red and itched a lot.
@Guy with a Jeep, those things are pretty nice though... when you replace a lot of its parts with aftermarket parts of course
@Guy with a Jeep, most of Toyota is high quality though. Hate on Fjs. But the hilux is an off road machine. Almost every Toyota made has been good but I can't say the same for other companies
@Window Cleaner, the year the wolverine turned into the hilux was named the toughest truck ever made...
@Window Cleaner, I would buy a hilux or an old FJ55 today if the U.S. auto market wasn't so dumb...
2016 Ford GT. That is all.
@nate930, I spooged in my pants at that announcement. I'm a little leary of the 'EcoBoost' V6, instead of a proper V8 though. It seems sacrilegious to use that in a GT.
@Ximinipot, I think they're honestly trying to compete with the GT-R. The power that thing puts out it's pretty impressive for a V6. So it's really a matter of opinion. I think the V8 would be nice, but if it can be done with a V6 (which it can), then really the V8 is unnecessary. It's also worth noting that Ford will most likely lose money on the new GTs. They didn't even break even when they sold the 4,000 or so back in 2005.
@nate930, but let's face it, if it says v8 on the side, people who don't know much about cars who want speed are gonna choose it over anything else. Honestly, I just wanna go back to the classics and have a Li'l red express.
@ClashNBash, ehh, I don't see the V8 badge coming to fruition anyways. Regardless, people had the same mentality about the aluminum bodied F-150s and Ford went with it anyways. I'm going to school for engineering. If the same job can be performed in a cheaper, more efficient manner, that method will always win out. Remember the 2011 Mustang? The V6 of that year put out just as much horsepower as the previous year's V8 model. Engineering is a beautiful thing!
@nate930, WOOHOO! No matter whats good we can always make it better!
@ClashNBash, can't tell if you're being sarcastic or not. But really, aside from the expected growl of a V8, the turbocharged V6 in the new GT will definitely perform. Ford has done an excellent job of bringing back the classics. They won't disappoint with the new GT. I can assure you that much!
@nate930, It is impressive, but it's not the heritage of the Ford GT. And with all the improvements in engines, they could have easily used a V8. The new Viper still uses a V10, and Aston Martin's still use V12's that are pretty efficient.
@Ximinipot, well I'm not a rep for Ford, so I can't tell you their reasoning. But for me, the engine doesn't always matter. If the car gets 0-60 in less than 3 seconds, I don't care what engine gets it there! That's a personal feeling though. The GT is a one trick pony, so the turbo V6 is what we'll get.
@nate930, Ford killed it this year, GT, GT350, Raptor, Focus RS
@nate930, Yeah, but I must ask, what is the point of a V8 in a car that size other than to burn gas faster? Ask yourself, "When am I actually going to be in a situation when I need to hit 0-60 in a few seconds?"
V8s in a car that big are basically just for looking cool, that's about it.
Who am I to talk though? I drive a Chinese 4-stroke moped...
@D0N RAM0N, don't forget the new Mustang and the new F-150!!! The new Mustang doesn't sit well with me completely, but it's still an impressive car.
@PoliticsSniper, I believe you're agreeing with me....awesome haha :)
@nate930, the exterior on the Mustang isn't for everyone, but the interior is miles better than the previous Mustangs. And the F-150's changing the truck segment in every aspect
@D0N RAM0N, you know, I think the new interior is impressive but honestly the 2011-2014 premium models did not have a bad interior! Yes the aluminum body on their trucks will definitely cause a shift in the truck market. They've shaved off over 600 pounds with the new bodies!!!
@nate930, I think the previous Mustang's interior just had too much hard plastic
@D0N RAM0N, but if you noticed the premium models you'd see they had leather dashes! Anyways, I'm more concerned with the exterior of the 2015. That rear end just does not sit well with me :/ I'll stick with a 2014 GT for now!
@nate930, true that on the rear, the tail lamps on the 13 and 14's were sinister. And the previous stangs also had better colors, the Grabber Blue was my favorite color of that generation
@D0N RAM0N, gotta love Grabber Blue! A 2014 white GT is my next Mustang I want to get.
I thought this sounded like you, Richard Hammond.
@Stag GT, Just call him hamster.
@Gamasennin, I know...
@Stag GT, well, it's way more funny than Hammond. Then again, he does usually have better taste in cars than JC.
*Looks at my 04 beetle* *smiles and hugs
@Quack430, what color is it? You have the little flower holder?
@AdrianBrody, mines silver and it has a duck on a stick near the steering wheel
@Quack430, nice touch with the duck on a stick
@AdrianBrody, i didn't even do it, my grandparents put it there when they gave me and my sister the car, ducks are a funning gag in my family
@Quack430, I had a 99 beetle I loved that car. Got in a wreck last year and totaled it :(
Don't like Ford but agreed, the GT is nice. I'd take the skyline though
@AdrianBrody, I'd take a gt.....to sell it to someone else, 4 mpg lolnope I'm walkin
@angrydwarf, ah you're thinking with a limited budget my friend!
@AdrianBrody, there is that, and the fact that you would have to fill it up every time you drove it, and long drives will really cost you, I would rather have a Lamborghini, koenigsegg, pagani, or any SSC model.
@angrydwarf, Koenigsegg Agera somehow gets over 20 mpg
@Alexander III, with biofuel it can get like 26-27, and its engine is amazingly efficient
@angrydwarf, it makes my penis hard
@Alexander III, lol, I'm not an engineer so I don't go that far, but the sound of it however......holy christ
@AdrianBrody, THAT'S A GTR, NOT A FVCKING SKYLINE!
@Stag GT, my apologies
@AdrianBrody, you is forgiven.
@Stag GT, I called by its name in Japan, you reside in the states?
@angrydwarf, It basically comes down to the fact that most of your Lamborghinis, Paganis, etc. are naturally aspirated V12s. The Agera is a twin turbocharged V8, less cylinders means less friction, and the turbos compensate for the less displacement.
@AdrianBrody, yeah, but isn't it called a GTR worldwide? I thought the skyline was discontinued
@Stag GT, I've always understood the name GTR is a US term, skyline is from it's origin, Japan
@AdrianBrody, if that's true, then I apologize for yelling, and were both right
@Stag GT, I though the g35 was the beginning of the new generation skyline in Japan
@Stag GT, Lmaooo no worries, it's funny how the Japan companies changed their names in the US for marketing purposes
@Imasianproductions , I don't even know anymore.
@AdrianBrody, Skylines are illegal in America, that's why you never hear them referred to in America. I think any GT-R before the R35 (the modern GT-R) is illegal in the U.S.
@Gollum Fetish, gotcha, thanks for sharing. You a Nissan person?
@AdrianBrody, They're definately my favorite Japanese company. I'm a Ford guy though.
@angrydwarf, you don't buy a car like that for the mpg's. Just saying. At $200,000+ for a used GT, the cost of gas is superfluous.
@nate930, true, but what if you drive it a lot, and have to fill it up every day, you might be rich, but that's still gonna make a dent eventually, but if you get one of the other supercars, or a tank(which you can legally own in the us and other countries) then you get better mpg and costs less monthly
@angrydwarf, but once again, to spend 200k on a car, you have a lot of money! I think it's a fair assumption to say that a Ford GT owner doesn't use his car as a daily driver!
@nate930, true, but im not the kind of person to buy a car for its looks, I want to drive the thing and enjoy the power, people who buy one and drive it less than 10 times a year should just buy one without an engine or get a painting.
@angrydwarf, you don't have to drive a car every day to make it worthwhile. The car's rarity and cost alone would prevent most people from driving it every day.
@nate930, yeah, but to me, it is pointless to spend so much on something so amazing and powerful, only to treat it like a baby, I wouldn't drive it in the city for gods sake, that's a deathwish, but the highway, back roads, doing 150+ when its fairly empty, just for the power. Ive flown passenger in an F-14 and it was a mock carrier takeoff(the go to full throttle with the brakes on, with a barrier behind the jet to catch the jet wash, and release the brakes) and it was the most amazingly terrifying feeling, that I loved immensely
@nate930, and that is what I would get a supercar for, that feeling of immense acceleration and velocity, the power reverberating throughout the car and anyone in it.
@angrydwarf, yeah but once again. The typical mentality and financial situation of a supercar owner is to treat the car like their baby, haha. Look at Jay Leno. He barely drives his Ford GT. It's just not worth the risk to drive a car like that daily! Then again, Jay has so many cars. Hard to use him as an legitimate example.
@angrydwarf, honestly you could get a 2014 GT500 with 662hp for only a fourth of the price of the GT and have just as much fun!
@nate930, I boycott anything ford bastardizes by using the great Shelby name on cars made with parts from other countries
@angrydwarf, lol you have to educate yourself my friend. There are countless "American" cars that have parts from elsewhere. It's a world economy now. My 2007 Ford Mustang (not a Shelby) has many of its parts made in Mexico. That doesn't bother me at all. The thing I take pride in is that the profits and home company are located in America. Gone are the days of an "American" car. It's all a matter of money. The quality doesn't always suffer. Sure we have less jobs in the states, but American labor costs too much. Companies have to be profitable.
@nate930, and that's why I want an audi or Volkswagen, because they don't cheap out their labor, they pay people who work hard what they deserve
@angrydwarf, I doubt there's a staggering difference between compensation by Ford and Volkswagen for their employees relative to the country of employment.
@nate930, no, but it can decide the quality of the parts they make
@angrydwarf, well it's always tough. There are tales of quality and lack there of in every automobile company, but I've had excellent luck with Ford. My Mustang has 96,000 miles on it and I've only had to replace the alternator. The car was in an accident before I restored it, so I wrote Ford's accountability off because of that. Ford's quality has certainly increased in the last five years, I'll give you that. I'm not very familiar with Volkswagen and their production but there's no doubt both companies are comparable in their size and price ranges.
@nate930, well, maybe ford isn't that bad, but could they at least change the look of the thing every couple years, the differences they make are almost unnoticeable to me
@angrydwarf, you mean the Mustang? The new one looks COMPLETELY different lol. Most fans are actually disappointment. The Mustang goes through generations. Some generations last three years others last five. Within these generations the body style does not change. If you're a fan, you'll notice the differences between each generation are noticeable enough.
@nate930, the only mustang I've ever liked was Eleanor
@angrydwarf, well there's your problem! You're not a fan. So naturally you won't give the car much attention. I could easily tell you what generation a Mustang is by looking at the front, side, or rear. The design cues aren't always drastic, but noticeable. Look up a 1969 Ford Mustang 429 Cobra Jet. Gorgeous car. What about the 2014 GT500 (even if you don't like Shelby) or the 2005-2009 GT? I'm wasting my time lol. You like what you like. Can't disagree with that.
@nate930, I like the ones from around 1965-1975, and I love Shelby, but he left the company because they stopped accepting his designs or modified them without his knowing
@angrydwarf, hmm might want to check up on that. He worked in the Shelby 1000 shortly before his death in 2011 at the age of 93 (might be wrong on the age).
That's my 3 car garage right there.
@CynicalSir, they pay you for the rights to snap photos of your rides?
Sorry about your small penis.
@But fvck it, Sorry about your small Prius
@But fvck it, lot of people should have gone back to upvote you.
@Captain Swordsman, but that comment doesn't resonate with high performance cars like it does trucks
Really, a nissan? That ugly piece of garbage? It's not about getting there first, it's how you look doing so.
Id understand this but im not a car guy
If I had a yellow GTR, this would not apply to me
As a jeep jeep owner *disrespects hummers*
We can all agree land rovers are terrible.
Anyone into saabs and volvos?
I'll take Ferrari Enzo, thanks.
GTX Titan Z
This does not just apply to cars. I have an Xbox, and I respect the Uncharted series.
Looks at my 76' jaguar (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
This is my kind of porn, and mustangs are my top billing actors.
Respecting the diversity here