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ChriSharek
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Re: Giving a "face" to speed
ChriSharek   3/14/2014 2:30:17 PM
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I agree!  Where is TESLA!?  

Looney128
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Re: Giving a "face" to speed
Looney128   3/14/2014 9:42:00 AM
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I also like the front end....very Styl'en

 

My big question for this article is.......   Why was Tesla not included?

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Re: Giving a "face" to speed
GTOlover   3/14/2014 9:37:14 AM
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I agree, except that last car is ugly and the LED lights do not help it at all! But being called the Ghost II is probably an indicator of its fate.

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Giving a "face" to speed
Charles Murray   3/13/2014 10:14:13 PM
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I like the way LEDs have enabled designers to give a "face" to some of these vehicles. The Lamborghini Huracan is a great example of that. The LEDs give it a little bit of a sinister look. Every 200-mph car should have a face.

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