Re: 2015 Dodge Challenger Comes In Eight Trim Levels, None Of Them Supercharged
I personally think that The first-gen Taurus/Sable were even more advanced (and on this side of the pond, impactful) than any Audi, and it was a necessary first step in increasing the fuel efficiency of the automobile. However, as mechanical and thermodynamic efficiency began to increase as well ultra-aero was no longer was as necessary as it initially was. And yeah, that gives the stylists a lot more leeway in making cars that look good while being efficient. I like Jack Telnak's work from the '80s, but I'm glad that styling still isn't with us today. And the Challenger, for all it's age and tubbiness, still looks good.