The first is true. GTO's have there own agressive look. The split grill and twin hood scoop on the 1970 is agressive. However, the split grill and same twin hood scoops on the 1968/69 appears rather sexy and less agressive!
As for the Vin Diesel... my wife keeps bugging me about doing crunches and push-ups at night!
"when this car comes up behind you", so Cadillac is admitting that their drivers tend to drive up onto people (which implies speeding). The agressive look is supposed to frighten me so I have to yield to the Cadillac elitists? I am probably being over-sensitive, but being a driver of older cars, I tend to gravitate to classic looks.
On the other hand, KITT had a cool LED 'eye' on its hood that was wicked cylon like! So the agressive look is nothing new!
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