When the Sports Saloon market first came out it seemed that maybe it was just a one-off model. But when Aston Martin said that they would enter a new sedan into the marketplace it just seemed that the sports saloon market was here to stay. Now with Audi and Porsche both getting into the ring, it seems that the Saloon market has become a new battle ground for luxury auto makers and sports car makers.
Who would have ever thought that cars could come with hatches without being called a hatchback? Well now you know that cars are slowly becoming more and more like their coupe models, minus the loss of two doors. But when you’re a new comer to the automotive playing field you have to have something major to offer. And when you offer people the look of a sports car with the usage of a sedan then you might have something real to offer.
Well, it was a close call when it came to the winner but when you consider that our winner has more class and more attitude compared to most then you will get why this car won. If you’re wondering who won then you should really take a look at the 2010 Aston Martin Rapide and wonder why not make it the AutoLooks A+ winner.
If it takes nearly three decades to create a car you might think that it would be one of the best cars on the market. Well, that could be said if your name is Aston but when your name is Porsche you might have problems. It seems that Porsche still has a problem creating a car with a working trunk. So, for this year we had to name the 2010 Porsche Panamera the Rusty Saloon of the year.