Originally Posted by TEKtheMAESTRO
Originally Posted by RFX45
And you only look at the side profile of the car? Because it still looks exactly the same from all the angles? Can't see the shorter overall length? I guess you only look at BMWs grill and and think they are all the same too, right? That car companies shouldn't have that signature look that flows through all their models? They can't have this inspired by one of the most sought after cars the brand makes, right?
But here's the Gallardo it replaces, it looks exactly the same right? No way you can tell the difference?
Oh hey, here's the Veneno, looks exactly the same as any Lambo, right?
Then you look in the front and....
WOW! It looks totally different! AHHHHH!!!!
Go-go gadget reach. youre defending lamborghini like you work for their PR. so a car looks different as long as its shorter and the front ends are different. got it. not like the profile is the biggest portion of the car or anything. And car companies having a signature that flows in ALL models pretty much agrees with me saying their cars look the same right? and obviously i didnt mean that you couldnt tell one from the other, they just look TOO similar. what other supercar company continuously reveals a new model that looks like its predecessor, or as you would say... keeps the same signature model after model?
as you can see, they put millions into research and development for design between the two cars. notice, from one y-shaped headlamp, to two. notice the deeper line in the hood. notice the lower profile of the vent. (Much like the Camaro's incredible redesign last year) look at the black window tint. clearly... these two cars look like two different models, not a toss up of which car is the 2013 and which is the 2014. theres as much innovation/redesign between lamborghini models, as there is between the yearly 2k basketball games and call of duty.
It's not a reach, it's a fact that they look different. And now I got to be the companies PR to defend my argument? What do you want me to do, defend yours when I disagree with you?
This is what you wrote:
Lamborghini with the disappointing showing. its like every time they reveal a "new" car, its the exact same as the last one with a paintjob
Now that's a reach, again i would agree if this were Porsche and they revealed a 911 Turbo that is practically the same as the standard 911. But it isn't, Huracan looks distinguishable from the old Gallardo and from the Aventador and from the Veneno, etc... And those are like the last few reveals from Lambo. It's not like they reveal a new production model every year, they just make up special editions. And the Gallardos first gen and second gen are practically the same car and the Huracan is the true update they made to the car and it's different.
If you can tell an Aventador and Gallardo from a Huracan then that statement of yours is completely wrong and outside of showing a blackout silhouette, you should be able to easily tell which is which. As a matter of fact, even a blacked out silhouette, you can probably tell which is which from the side. You can show any comparative angle of the two cars and I can tell you which is which. Again Lambo has like 2 production models (Aventador and Huracan) and you want them to look completely different? The Gallardo and Huracan look distinguishable from each other hence the discussion of which look better in the Huracan thread.
Having a signature look that flows through the design concept doesn't really work for your argument because they still look distinguishable from each other.
so a car looks different as long as its shorter and the front ends are different. got it.
Obviously you do not get it, if there is any reach, this is it. The fact is, those aren't the only thing that makes the car different, it is more than that and that was what I was trying to say but you are trying to say it look the same because those selected factors look somewhat similar when it is actually some of the most obvious difference. Look at everything, the windows and it's shape, the hood, the rear, etc... they are all practically different.