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I'm glad he addressed the Camaro memes. Just goes to show you what a pack of dumb hyenas the internet has become (or maybe always was?).
 


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Pretty sure it was Texas Truck Channel

They still have this:
 

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Actually I feel the same way. Gloss just does not do it for me. Love the matte finishes and simplicity in the lines.
 

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Exactly what I've been waiting to see...conpared with the S550, I think it really misses losing all of those sharp lines and doesn't have the same accentuation of the front/rear "dhoulders and hips". Not a fan of how flat the rear deck sits either, though it should definitely work better for adding pedestal spoilers for those who are into that.
 

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Exactly what I've been waiting to see...conpared with the S550, I think it really misses losing all of those sharp lines and doesn't have the same accentuation of the front/rear "dhoulders and hips". Not a fan of how flat the rear deck sits either, though it should definitely work better for adding pedestal spoilers for those who are into that.
It looks like the door still has some sharp creases and muscular surfacing. Looks like you really have to see it in person to notice the difference it makes. I also wasn't a massive fan at first of the longer, flater rear deck, I like seeing fastbacks stretched all the way to the decklid. That said, it accentuates and enhances the rear end, making it look more muscular without going full dodge Challenger, you never go full challenger.
 

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It looks like the door still has some sharp creases and muscular surfacing. Looks like you really have to see it in person to notice the difference it makes. I also wasn't a massive fan at first of the longer, flater rear deck, I like seeing fastbacks stretched all the way to the decklid. That said, it accentuates and enhances the rear end, making it look more muscular without going full dodge Challenger, you never go full challenger.
They made it more dynamic (I know, such a cliche design term ugh). All of the changes accentuate length in profile. The side treatment loses those awesome scalloped body lines BUT it does an amazing job of enhancing the coke bottle, pinched-waist effect that makes the hips look wider and the front fenders more resolute. The doors look slimmer but that’s only because the jambs are hidden in the undercut, which is neat.

By removing the rear fender line that ran through the gas cap and extending the rear deck lid out even further (pronounced by the extreme kink that bisects the trunk panel), and then adding a character line that emphasizes the rear decklid’s edge (fading into the fender), you get a car that’s proportionally identical but visually transformed.

I know these rambles sound like I’m breathing in my own farts and obsessing over minute design details but I’m honestly impressed at the execution and how effortlessly they emphasize the right proportions.
 

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Also going to assume that the trunk opening will benefit from the extended rear deck. Bruh trying to pack boxes in the S550 was total ass. Hallelujah.
 

 
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