Cars nowadays lack that unique flair. For the most part, they all share the same plastic dash material, same soft touch steering wheel, and the same ergonomic gear shifter. Everything today has been made to maximize efficiency and enhance comfort. However, we often forget the quirky and unique design choices of the cars of years past. Sometimes designers don’t quite think things through all the way when designing a particular vehicle, and this is how you get some of the weirdest features on cars.
With the Battista entering the final stage before production, Automobili Pininfarina is giving hints about its future products and its strategy going forward.
This is the 2019 Toyota Corolla which Fredric Aasbø drove through the 2018 season of Formula Drift. It's an amazing machine packing 1,000 hp and rear-wheel drive.