What's Wrong With This Picture: We All Knew This Would Happen Someday Edition

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer
what s wrong with this picture we all knew this would happen someday edition

Via dinosaursandrobots.com come pictures of what may be the most predictable conversion ever… and it looks like this particular Kia owner went the full Amanti with it.

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  • Catbert430 Catbert430 on Jun 22, 2010

    It's a pity my Blackberry doesn't have a camera function. Yesterday I saw a very attractive, clean, and shiny black Hyundai Genesis sedan at a red light. It was very elegant looking. So elegant, in fact, that it had winged 'B' Bentley badges. One on the hood just above the grille and another replacing the 'H' badge on the decklid. Any Hyundai badges to signify model or engine size had been removed so it was well-thought-out rice. You stay classy, New Jersey.

  • ToeTipper ToeTipper on Sep 11, 2010

    "Badges? We ain't got no badges. We don't need no badges! I don't have to show you any stinkin' badges!"

  • Tassos Subaru really knows how to take fugly to ever higher levels, and sell every one of the (of course very few) it makes. As if the number of sales negates the fugliness.Don't hold your breath. I bet this will NOT be the vehicle James Bond arrives at the Casino in Monte Carlo with in his next flick. (if any)
  • ToolGuy Government overreach. Park the Ford in your air-conditioned garage on a maintenance charger and this won't be a problem.Here's some (old) general background if you are interested.@ILO, there are 3 Fords, and Ford Pro™ is the one with the bright future 🙂
  • ToolGuy No harm no foul (no one died), business is business, yada yada. Why must everyone pick on dealers?-this post dedicated to Ruggles
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  • ToolGuy The vehicle development process which gave the world the Neon was so amazing (according to the automotive press) that it prompted Rick Wagoner to hire Bob Lutz.Didn't work 🙂