...the Corvette is nice, but a bit much going on with the rear bumper.
...the Q50 is nice, but the funky JX style pillar kind of ruins the side profile.
...the CLA just doesn't look right in a compact package --- the roof line seems to stop to soon for what they were going for? And the wheels are the gay.
New Vette looks hot, BUT I still hate that the bean counters dont get that cheap looking dash parts have no place on a car costing this much or for what this car stands for...an American Icon. Just dont understand.
Of the three, I like the new Infiniti the most, even though I'm not particularly a fan of the front grille. The interior looks awesome.
Corvette looks pretty good, but I think the styling is a bit too aggressive. Rear bumper has too much black plastic, the taillights are ok (not great), and I'm not sure if the vented hood is necessary.
The front grille opening on the Benz looks too big in proportion to the rest of the car. The fronts of some newer Benzs and BMWs seem too bull-nosed, or upright. That might be a safety requirement though.
The Corvette and 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA250 look sexy, interior on the Corvette is hot
Dunno about the Q50's exterior though, kinda looks ugly
i feel pretty much the opposite of what you said
-i like the infiniti exterior and interior. good classy car with the balls to back it up
-the vette looks great, it'll make the older gens look outdated quick. but that interior is hideous
-and the CLA.. wtf.. they just squeezed a normal benz and made it c class sized? wheres the market gonna fall for this one? will this be priced as much as the C or higher? because the C is already pushing it being as expensive as it is for its size
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