Sorry about the lack of posting, but I’ve been getting intimate with my Triton Workcentre….
Hot on the heels of the Aero-X winning the "Best-In-Show" award from Autoweek Magazine, automotive snotrag Car and Driver (also known as Auto und Treiber) are hosting a poll to gain reader’s views on which Geneva concept vehicles should be given the green light. Proving that the readers know more than the writers (something that happens here at TS everyday), the Aero-X has gathered 28% of the vote so far (total 2047), the highest number of votes for any one vehicle.
WHICH LEADS TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTION:
Assuming the Aero-X could make it to production, what modifications from the concept would you be willing to forgive?
I’d say the cockpit canopy is an impratical pipedream as may be the instrumentation and the absolutely enourmous wheels. But I’d want the proportions to remain the same and the interior to at least look similar to the concept. And I’d definitely want that engine/drivetrain setup.
Could this be done and could I live with the result? Could you live with the changes you’d think are necessary to give it a chance at production.
Comments are open. I’d offer this as another ‘Tell GM About It‘ campaign, but it seems they don’t listen anyway.
Thanks to Peter Stokes for the tip on the poll.