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Would you buy this Bryan Nesbitt vehicle? Supposed to be in the Crossfire Range of $40k plus. I LIKE it!



The young-gun designer behind the head-turning Chrysler PT Cruiser, Bryan Nesbitt, introduced the Chevrolet SS to hearty applause at the 2003 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Now serving as GM executive director of design, Nesbitt explained how the five-seater embodies the Super Sport heritage in a modern sports sedan, with the 21- and 22-inch wheels pushed out to the corners for a muscular stance. Seeming to draw design influence from Ferrari, the SS is all-American underhood with a 6.0-liter/430-horsepower V-8 touting GM's imminent Displacement On Demand technology scheduled to appear in some 2004 models. The independent suspension features driver-adjustable shock damping. "It all adds up to an aspirational vehicle performance car for Main Street America, and it points toward the next-generation of Chevy SS vehicles," said Nesbitt.





http://www.motortrend.com/future/concepts/
 

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I like the angle & rear view. The side view doesn't appeal to me. The back looks like some kind of cheap model.
 

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Personally, I don't much care for it. Looks kind of like a Chrysler 300 grafted to the Nissan 350Z IMO. Keep in mind too that this is a concept and may never see production. I do like the paddle shift, though. :)
 

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Yes, if I could afford it. But then we would have to start a war to get the fuel to run it..you us American's and our need for big engines and gas...at least that's what the world thinks. Maybe it'strue
 

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I hate the front and back. I think he blew what could have been really cool but I do love the 430 horsepower. It looks like the musle cars are making a comeback. Chrysler has the new hemi but nothing to put it in.
 
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