The top 3 worst looking cars you can buy in Britain, today


#121

:grin:


#122

this thread is funny - watching people getting worked to a froth by other peoples vehicle choices is great fun.


#123

And now you can get:

:heart_eyes:


#124

Almost as much fun as driving in heavy traffic with a shed-on-wheels blocking you-and-everyone-else’s view of the road ahead :wink:.

VB


#125

You know the answer


#126

Yes. But following folks into a service station and slashing their tyres is against the law. All we can hope is that the next generation gets the message

VB


#127

Next gen - will be autonomous SUVs


#128

driving themselves to the scrapheap, hopefully


#129

#130

There is progress for you. Normally you are murdered by the cabbie. Fair play to Uber for cutting out the middle man.

:disappointed:


#131

Seems highly probable this is the kind of routine accident that would have happened no matter what the vehicle.

Not that hysterical luddites won’t be wanking themselves into a self-righteousness coma irrespective of the facts… :roll_eyes:


#132

If they’ve only managed one so far they aren’t trying hard enough :smiley:


#133

Don’t be surprised if there are still three drunk teenagers tied up and gagged in the boot of the car. It is an Uber after all.


#134

Clocked some of the headlines in the Torygraph when I looked at an article Graeme had linked in another thread, to summarise:

" :fire: Burn the Witch Car! Burn it! Burn it! :fire: "


#135

Skynet is only months from taking over the world…


#136

My theory, is Elon Musk using space x and hyper loop is preparing offworld colonies and underground bunkers for the worlds elite. The solar panels and batteries will power this while the people left on the surface are hunted down and squashed by self driving Teslas.


#137

:ok_hand:


#138

Well, if I was a billionaire I’d go full James Bond villain. Anything else is a bit boring really.


#139

Maybe he is and is being a bit sneaky about it.


#140

I’d like to think so.