2010 Sports & GT design ratings
find their way into dealers with fun fast cars. So, I see why someone would want to get a head start. I know I would, but I just can’t seem to find the funding to build my sports car.
This year we only have one company who is familiar to most people. And the rest, well two are new finds, and the other two are just companies which haven’t made anything new in awhile. Well just sit back and prepare to be amazed by some of the cars which will make you rethink purchasing that Cobalt Coupe.
Even with the fall of some sports cars, it seems that there will always be more who come out to pick up the pieces, or market share in this case. The sports car arena may seem to be cooling off, but the fire is just starting to heat up. Soon we will be seeing some more true sports cars from the larger companies. Of course, that will be when they have made some payments on their government loans.
When you take a look at this year’s sports car lineup its not hard to see the bad, but when it comes to good, or really good, you just have to have the right eye for it. For this year we name the 2010 SV-9 the AutoLooks A+ winner. Even though it has a pig snout, the rest of the car is way better than the one it built off of. As for this year’s bottom pick, it seems that someone tried to hard to be cool, and wound up being the dork of the bunch. That dork being the 2010 Nissan 370Z, and the reason why the Z wins the Rusty car of the year is because if forgot on main goal, you should always be yourself, not be everyone else.