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Found the Alpine A110 today. Lovely little model and a nice, leftfield choice.
Very much looking forward to finding the Matchbox model. What a wonderfully left-field choice.
Well, that removes any shred of special sauce the C- Class AMG held over the Audi and BMW competitors. A hybrid 4 pot, no matter how powerful is...
I would love a BEAMS, too. 190-something horsepower NA with the engine behind your ear, especially with the Tom's ram air, I would have thought.
There's a really cool, old video of an E36 with an F20C in it on YouTube. I'd certainly rather that than any BMW 4 pot.
A cool for me. Being the last 7er not to have iffy proportions and/or details helps it massively.
Daihatsu has D-Sport and Toyota has TRD. They're just hoggish for performance trims :lol:
I was already aware, just surprised it was on Daihatsu before Lexus.
An itch I wish I would've scratched when I was a younger man.
A big advance in the interior design, but there's something about those front lights that just seem way too low.
A sympathetic facelift is just the salvo it needs to be fair.
Looks nicer than the QV, in that colour and the red leather makes it utterly desirable to my eyes.
That's an interesting development, GR on a non-Toyota car.
Oh boy, it keeps the NA engine. With those centre exit exhausts it might be my favourite GT3 since the 997.2 version.
Yeah, model fidelity has never been a T10/PG calling card.
Blatantly sub zero.
Dear lord, that is an abomination.
However, the interior disguises some of the Audi design more successfully as I was never a fan of the B8...
Must be absolutely devastating with the 4WD still.
That has to be the least effort they could go to to fully define Maybach as nothing more than a trim level and not a brand on a par with Bentley,...
The Volvo is nice, but the Speedtail doesn't transfer to small scale at all well with Tomica's limited detail and wheel choice.