Discussion in 'Cars in General' started by Beeblebrox237, Nov 16, 2011.
Yeah that's the one. It's a GM car, this one in particular is a Holden but it's also sold in Europe and the US under Vauxhall, Opel and Chevrolet.
An easy one
some sort of sierra convertible?
The car was from a European company but was manufactured and marketed in North America.
Chrysler TC by Maserati?
This was the performance version, of a European country's most popular car and the company's best-selling model ever
The car was an FF and had a 2.0 L I4 engine.
I know this is a Renault GTA Cabriolet.
FFS, Mark, stop doing that.
Yes, it the Renault Alliance GTA which is the performance version.
I don't who gets it cause the GTA had a few visual differences .
Nevermind, Mark gets it.
Can't see the differnts in the pic.
Now... Might that possibly be Japanese? Just throwing it out there.
Suzuki Luce Wagon ZX5 Probe 106 Le Car?
I can't believe you figured it out so fast
I kid, lol
No, it's not an SUV.
Looks like the back end of a Rover P5 or Austin Cambridge.... or a mini-hifi.
The new Zafira? Or it could also be the front of a new gen Chevrolet, but which one...
Chevrolet Orlando? Idunno... :$
If that's the front end, it looks Nissan-ish.
I still think it looks like a CTS though is admittedly a little "upright"...are we allowed to squash pics?
It's Japanese, and it's a small car (but not kei).
The manufacturer hasn't been mentioned.
And yes, it is the front end.
AND, the only thing done to the picture is blurring it.
Suzuki Swift (Sport)?
About the right size, engine-wise, too, but no, it isn't.