Friday, December 28, 2018

New Years Cars?

Okay, I've got a question for you guys: What cars most represent the new year?  Something that a baby would drive?  A car with a cooler for your champagne?  I dunno.  Comment below or send us a note to tips@dailyturismo.com

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  1. Take command of the new year with a 1957 Volvo Sugga Military Command Car. 1957 Volvo

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    1. Presumably you are thinking of this for the first New Year after the Apocalypse? Thanks for sharing this, as I had never seen one.

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    2. Would be great for new years eve. Drive wherever you are going and then bike home!

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  2. According to this guy, virtually ANY car can represent some aspect of the New Year:

    New Year's wish from a car guy

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  3. I go from one end of the spectrum to the other here. (1) The Hellcat platform is a solid example of how super-car performance can be had for a "poor man's" price. 2019 cars are rated at 717 hp. That's crazy. (2) Tesla and electric performance. Sure, they've come under fire for falling behind Model 3 production/delivery dates + Tesla performance numbers are no secret, but Tesla isn't going anywhere. Jaguar just released their sharp new electric vehicle and it looks, IMO, better than the Tesla Model S, but performance still doesn't match the Tesla and range is about 100 miles LESS to boot.

    Ultimately, crazy horsepower/performance numbers are available all over the place and it's a good time to be a consumer. All that being said, there is still something to be said for a clean, straight, normally aspirated Porsche 914. That being said, the car that defines 2019 is what you make it really?

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