A Not So Serious Article of Appreciation
It’s that time of year again.
It’s time to look back on the year that’s been and give thanks to those who keep this wild and crazy obsession of ours alive – the manufacturers. A lot has happened in the past 365 days; some good, some bad and some downright ugly.
But at AutoGuide we love it all. If we couldn’t talk about cars and trucks all day long, we don’t know what we’d do. Maybe start CatVideoGuide or create the world’s first craft beer distilled exclusively by the tears of hipsters. But we digress. The automobile isn’t going anywhere anytime soon so let’s join together and give a major thanks to all that create those marvelous mechanical machines.
Thank you for the continual parade of NSX prototypes all over the world and the click worthy spy shots and general buzz-creating news. We greatly anticipate the model’s 2026 model year launch.
Thanks for proving all the naysayers wrong and actually returning to the North American market. Should we grab your coat or do you not plan on staying long?
A continued thanks for all the ridiculously expensive cars we can never afford to own.
Thank you for showing North Americans a small, affordable premium sedan can work. Thanks as well for realizing the world needs several more TT variants – please give us the inside scoop as to when the TT pick-up truck and TT panel van will arrive.
A big thanks for understanding that 752 lb-ft. of torque was not enough and what the world really needs is 811 lb-ft. in a four-door sedan.
Cheers to BMW for the continued creativity when it comes to creating new vehicle body classifications. We look forward to the six-door grand-roadster X7.
Thanks for giving traveling salespersons vehicles to aspire to.
Thanks for proving American companies can do luxury right, but if we hear the term “Arts and Science” one more time, we’re going to go snap circa 2007 Britney Spears.
Thank you for offering three different V8 performance vehicles and all that other technology and stuff.