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These Are The Cars That Have A Good Side And A Bad Side – Jalopnik

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I’d argue the C8. It looks good from the front….but hot damn that ass is ugly! Looks like it was designed by hot wheels in 1993.

Just about every new car has a ridiculous grille. It’s like every car designer looked at Lexus and said: “seems legit!”, meanwhile every person around them was actively vomiting.

Every person I’ve ever told that I can’t stand the way the C8 looks has been surprised, offended or assured me that once I saw one in person, I’d feel differently. I have multiple times, and that has not happened.

Suggested by: DeWayneV8

Source: https://jalopnik.com/these-are-the-cars-that-have-a-good-side-and-a-bad-side-1848207237

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