Look forward to seeing this on the track.
You can count always count on Autogefühl for ultra detailed coverage!
If you don’t have the time, Carfection does a nice summary below as well!
Let’s all ogle at this together.
My fav is the 370Z lol.
Love this, reminds of “View Suspended II”. There’s definitely something to be said about the aesthetics of a car and the idea that it can be used as a canvas not just for painting but tuning!
Pic was seen at Cars Move Us.
Part 2 after the jump.
All those manufacturers should be ashamed, the retail price on that GTR is considerably lower than quite a number of the contenders. But I guess it’s not all about going fast.
I like his car references, I appreciate anyone who loves cars in any way shape or form.
Love the filming and love the cars.
An often debated topic in the automotive world, and one that I have a clear stand on: drive an automatic if that’s what your into, drive a manual if that’s what you’re into and that’s that. But, for those of us who love the control and intimacy that you get with a manual gear box (not sequential, dual clutch, paddle shifter bullshit but a real manually shifted transmission with a clutch, shift linkage and an actual shifter/shift knob), it seems that our days are numbered 😦 and thats a damn shame as no other transmission set up (imo) can provide the engagement that three pedals and a shifter can.
Definitely learned something new as well as gained newfound respect for Ferrari. Let’s not forget that it’s also sick to just see Tsuchiya-san blast through the touge in a NSX-R and a Ferrari. Something about those paddle shifters ticks me off though lmao, I want more control!
They all look so good, makes me want to hop in my car and drive a little.
I don’t know how I got all caught up in cars, must be a guy thing, we all dream about it starting right around puberty lmao.
Edit: I guess the pictures I linked to didn’t last long, whoopsies! At least theres still the beautiful R34 🙂