For me the Ferrari is a jaw droppingly good progression of their current style. The Lambo's appearance is outrageously commendable (a la countache), & the iroad looks like it might just be more fun to drive than either of the 1st two ( in a sociably more acceptable way). It also reminds me of the ill fated Carver, which I adore.
I like the exterior of the Ferrari. Certainly not the classic Pininfarina beauty. More challenging and purposeful looking, but not unlike most recent Ferraris in this respect. The interior is unfortunately (imo) true to the Ferrari tradition: an unbelievable mess! Looks like one of those wheel and pedals set you'd buy for your Playstation. And the name sounds like something out of a comedy routine
What exactly is the ‘look of buttermilk’ and why should I want it?
Three wheelers. Cum se, cum sa. They come, they go. But none seem to actually be produced in number.
The iRoad. .. smaller than the rest and it's cuter. But with only an estimated 50 km range [33.5 miles] and a 3 hour turn-around charge time? It (like the others below) has three wheels and is technically a motorcycle; meaning that in most states you would need to pass a motorcycle safety course in order to drive one. And being a motorcycle, enclosed or not, in most states in the U.S. you are required to wear a helmet when operating it. And like most motorcycles, they are virtually invisible to automobile drivers.
In reverse order...
2009, Mercedes-Benz Dreirad.
1994, The Carver, 200 produced between 1997 and 2006; no longer in production.
Diggin' the lines of the silver bike at the end, particularly the leather piece that's starting to find its way over the tank and frame.It looks like an early harbinger of where bike seat styling was to go 50 or 60 yrs later.
La ferrari.. What a name, bleh!
Like some things about it from where the hood stops and backwards. It gets a bit to pointy and cluttered imo. But considering what its heritage is with the enzo, it doesnt bother me that much. Never really liked the enzo either though.
Lambo! pretty over the top even for those guys. What i find interesting is that it almost looks like they took inspiration from audis diesel le mans car (and transformers). I do find the headlights pretty awesome, and the tail is pretty brutal too. Will be interesting to see it in the 3 italian colors that they pronounced. Maybe a bit too much batcar over the entire project, but kudos to having their owning designlanguage nailed solid.
I thinky my favorite car of the show is the Pininfarina Sergio concept. everything just flows so nicely.