Why don't cars look normal anymore?
@BalooUriza new cars tend to have larger wheels and rims than old cars, which throws the proportions off imo. also grilles have gotten HUGE
@max Yeah, the aggressive front ends and low profile tires are kinda meh. I especially don't like low profile tires because the ride quality is fucking awful.
@StampedingLonghorn I'm high key into late 80s/early 90s GM's designs. I feel like DMC really went deep in the GM parts bin with the DeLorean.
@BalooUriza I liked the Japanese cars of that time. They were starting to get a curved look to their designs. My parents had a 1990 Suzuki Swift. Despite being an economy car, it was one of the first vehicles of that time to go curvy.
@normand Basically the era in American and British automotive history from about early 70s through to about 1985, give or take a few years depending on make, with Olds and Caddy dragging it out as late as 1993. Huge, expensive, cheaply built personal luxury gas guzzlers.
Some egregious lowlights was the 72 hp Caprice and really everything about the Morris Marina.
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