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Every now and then, a leading automotive publication compiles a list of cars it thinks have made a valuable contribution to the automotive landscape. The latest to offer such a list is Edmunds Inside Line.
Their list is quite interesting, as it makes mention of such odd-ball picks like the Acura Integra Type R, the Lamborghini LM002 and the 1934 Chrysler Airflow. It has some familiar favorites also, like the Ferrari F40, the Bugatti Veyron and the Lamborghini Countach, which probably adorned more teenage bedroom walls than Brooke Shields back in the 80′s.
Then there are cars on the list that would make you question Inside Line’s sanity, including such dreary motors as the original Ford Explorer, the third-generation Toyota Camry and the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
For a full list of entries by Inside Line, and to see which car they placed at the number one spot, click at the source link below:
[Source: Inside Line]
This isn’t the first time we’ve shown off Lumma’s CLR X650 M, but we felt obliged to post this one up because of just how different it looks compared to the previous black and white variants. It’s amazing how the exterior color of a vehicle does to transform the overall impression the customization does to the vehicle. The bold one-piece design wheel also does wonders in shaping the BMW X6 M’s lines without a deep lip taking precedence.
The CLR X650 M is another product from Top Car in Russia, and you can clearly see in this shoot the unique design in the rear bumper, the fine carbon fiber weave in the rear wing and vented hood. There are some nice profile shots that really allows us to see the true lines of Lumma’s product. All in all we feel like we have a better idea of how this CLR X650 M would look like in real life compared to the black and white ones that we’ve seen previously.
In fact, we can’t believe we’re admitting this, but this Lumma X6 M is one seriously awesome machine. You absolutely have to check out the gallery below, in particular the view from the back.
[Source: Jon Sibal]
GALLERY: Blue Lumma CLR X650 M