over the past year, but the appearance of most cars within the segment has. Most large aftermarket cars consist of sedans and coupes, with most being from a luxury background. But that isn’t any excuse to dumb down you image with some more natural looking sedans. Come on people, put some effort into it and make those cars really shine.
Now for this year we only have five entries, but still, that is enough to make a valid point about the segment. Of course, the point in question, is whether or not can anyone make a gorgeous looking sedan. Well for this year I’ll have to go with No.
Now when it comes to winners and losers no one really is a full-fledged loser. Well of course that was a lie created to make the losers feel better. But really when you trying to make something look aftermarket, maybe some of you should actually work with the aftermarket, and not just try on your own. Because it seems that some companies need a little bit of help.
Well, when it comes to winners the first thing you have to look at, is did this company do everything it could to separate the aftermarket from the base. And if they have done that, then did they make the aftermarket look like it works. So, for that we have to award the 2010 Jaguar XFR the AutoLooks A+ winner. This car seemed to make things work better than the rest, of course they still need some wheel work.
Now this year you don’t have to look all that hard to find the worst car of all. Of course, this car is actually making by an aftermarket firm and it does have many aftermarket parts. But when it all comes down to the line, you have to see that they tried a little too hard. And for that we name the 2010 Nismo 370Z the Rusty car of the year. Maybe next year you’ll dumb it down a bit.