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MisterLefty saysCadillac sedans and SUV's - hideous. Chevy SUV's - hideous, glorified vans with AWD. But let's hear it for female executives.You do realize that most of the Caddies on the road today were designed long before Mary Barra became CEO, I hope?
Cadillac sedans and SUV's - hideous. Chevy SUV's - hideous, glorified vans with AWD. But let's hear it for female executives.
I would be OK with a Volt, Cruz, or Sonic if they are still making them in USA.
That's not a notch back design...?
You keep using SUVs when talking about notchback design. Notchbacks are sedans.
MisterLefty saysWhy does the front have to be taller than the side?EU frontal impact standards have ruined car styling. http://www.autonews.com/article/20120423/OEM03/304239967/european-safety-styled-cars-due-in-u.s.The 2013 Chevrolet Malibu, shown, and 2012 Mercedes CLS have high hood lines and low bumpers to ease a blow to a pedestrian's head and legs.
Why does the front have to be taller than the side?
Yeah, but because of EU standards, you won't be seeing this again:
Wtf , click bait chick pic. How is she relevant?
It's not just GM, it's everybody.
Canada legalized euthanasia and assisted suicide in June 2016 under the term Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID). In December 2016, the federal government announced that the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA) would research and provide recommendations in December 2018 concerning the expansion of euthanasia in three areas:White males (toxicity euthanasia): Men whose whiteness is ruled to be too toxic by at least two doctors or nurse practitioners when the person fulfills one of the following conditions:is a male at least 18 years old,has serious and incurable whiteness,refuses to acknowledge privilege,doesn't like rap music,believes access to money should be directly related to working,No Colin Kaepernick on his fantasy football team.
In the last photo of the OP, has tech not come far enough with wireless mic technology?
And he will. He is in the last 3 months of the investigation.