• Ed Posted: 10/27/2008 3:29pm PDT

    "2010 Toyota Prius: The third generation of Toyota's game-changing hybrid will get its worldwide debut at the 2009 Detroit show. "
    I'm sure this ugly catfish Yaris-grille lookalike will be "game-changing" too.. LOL. But NOT in Toyota's favor.
    People who pay an arm and a leg to buy a Prius (frequently the actual cost is well over 30k!!!) do NOT want a vehicle that looks like any non-hybrid Toyota,
    but especially they do not want an ugly POS that looks like a cheapo 12k Tpyota Yaris!

  • Ed Posted: 10/27/2008 5:05pm PDT

    As for the pitiful, grotesquely-grilled, 2010 Lincoln MKT: Lincoln is failing BIG TIME not only in its pitiful models but, equally importantly, in the pitiful, meaningless Letter names it chooses for them.

  • Reece Posted: 12/8/2008 8:21pm PST

    Is it me or does the MKZ looks like it wants to eat anything in its way, scarry and ugly, interesting design direction, unique in an Aztec kind of way.

  • ray Posted: 12/9/2008 1:56am PST

    Please, American car company executives, now that you'll be getting a huge infusion of money, just hire someone from toyota/nissan/honda/hyundai to design the interior and exterior of your cars.
    I still see Lincolns with interiors that look they're from the 1970's.

  • Ed Posted: 12/9/2008 9:02am PST

    I appreciate a lot of things in Toyota and Hyundai, but design is not one of them. Not exterior design for TOyota, and not interior for Hyundai.
    WHY go to them, and not go to the EUROS? Most Audis are MASTERPIECES, and the previous Gen BMWs and M-Bs were too.

  • Taberd Lee Posted: 12/22/2008 4:38pm PST

    Mazda has the best exterior design. Interior is their strong point, but not as good as Audi. Both Toyota and Honda have boring exterior and ugly interior design, except for a few of their cars. BMW interior design has always been dark, cold, and austere. Mercedes is better, but still no match for Audi.
    The most improved is GM (Cadillac CTS, Chevy Malibu, and the new Equinox).