- Jan 29, 2011
- Columbus, IN
At least it's a truck so it's not as bad as putting an iconic car name on a ****ing SUV. Still sucks though.
Implying it's going to be a truck and not a unibody monstrosity like that "truck" they're building on the Fiesta chassis.
I don't know what is worse, Ford dredging up old unrelated nameplates to try and cash in on old valuable names, or everyone else trying to copy ze Germans with some incomprehensible alphanumeric bullshit.
Introducing the i240xAC2DCHVEV6AWD2LESS from GM. Did we mention our logo looks like an electric plug? Because it does.
Meanwhile at FCA...
Want a big muscle car? How about we call it the Challenger? Is it true to form? You tell me. We literally just copied the 70s one and rounded off some edges. And it still has a big V8. Not only that, but we put a ****ing supercharger on it. Now it makes more than twice the power it used to. Not enough for you? How about a Charger? Same powerplant. Doesn't look like the old one, and we added an extra set of doors. Why? Because **** you. Now you can run 10's taking your family to church. Or a bunch of whores. We're FCA, we don't give a shit. See you in hell! That's why we call it the Hellcat. Got a problem with it? Go buy some pansy ass car you plug into a wall, but you'll have to unplug your vibrator first.