• Worst Car Interiors
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[QUOTE=Impreza;33968188]lol, they are just cruise control and volume dude[/QUOTE] I dunno. I'm spying a ten button minimum. Sorry. I'm just hating cause I love bare race-feeling interiors.
But lots of race cars have buttons on the wheels [t]http://i.imgur.com/WaTli.jpg[/t]
Five buttons and they're not.... I don't know. I might be retarded, but it just seems like a... Corrola-y thing to do.
I counted 11 individual buttons on that?
Oh, okay I see it now. Still.
[QUOTE=Second-gear-of-mgear;34008228]But lots of race cars have buttons on the wheels [t]http://i.imgur.com/WaTli.jpg[/t][/QUOTE] small time [img]http://brakebanzeen.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/team_lotus_f1_steering_wheel.jpeg[/img]
I really don't like Cadillac interiors, they look clashing. As if they couldn't decide between a futuristic and/or conservative-minimalist interior. They failed at both, at least in my opinion. [img]http://cadillacforums.com/cadillac-models/2008-cadillac-cts-interior.jpg[/img] Not horrible in general, but a failed effort for such an expensive car. Also it has an analog clock, my least favorite interior design trend.
Considering what they looked like on the inside in the mid 2000's, that's a fucking huge step up. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/FnenG.jpg[/IMG]
[QUOTE=pg.;34015201]I really don't like Cadillac interiors, they look clashing. As if they couldn't decide between a futuristic and/or conservative-minimalist interior. They failed at both, at least in my opinion. [img]http://cadillacforums.com/cadillac-models/2008-cadillac-cts-interior.jpg[/img] Not horrible in general, but a failed effort for such an expensive car. Also it has an analog clock, my least favorite interior design trend.[/QUOTE] Man, you really have shit taste in cars. Analog clocks are classy as all fucking get out.
What do you guys think of the Kia Forte/Cerato 2012? [IMG]http://imgf.tw/933152940.jpg[/IMG] I own one and I like it.
It's nice
It's pretty tacky.
[QUOTE=bradley;34021462]Man, you really have shit taste in cars. Analog clocks are classy as all fucking get out.[/QUOTE] cheap looking analog clocks thrown onto a dashboard seem like a cheesy attempt at evoking class. It's impractical first of all and looks totally out of place considering how futuristic, designers attempt to design interiors these days.
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[QUOTE=rampageturke 2;34013243]small time [IMG]http://brakebanzeen.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/team_lotus_f1_steering_wheel.jpeg[/IMG][/QUOTE] This reminds me when some track official tried to steal a steering wheel from a crashed F1 car last year. These steering wheels are bloody expensive too.
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[img]http://images.gtcarlot.com/pictures/49209565.jpg[/img] Fuck you Buick. I don't understand who thought having 2.5" high gauges spread across 3 feet was a good idea. I can't even read half of the gauges without moving my head around my steering wheel.
[QUOTE=Lamar;34024019]cheap looking analog clocks thrown onto a dashboard seem like a cheesy attempt at evoking class. It's impractical first of all and looks totally out of place considering how futuristic, designers attempt to design interiors these days.[/QUOTE] Analog clocks belong in one brand of cars and one brand only. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/aMx43.jpg[/IMG]
BMW?
I saw a toyota camry with an analogue clock next to the spedometer... why???
[QUOTE=The Decoy;34030125]I saw a toyota camry with an analogue clock next to the spedometer... why???[/QUOTE] what's so bad about it? the volvo 940 that I had did have an analogue clock and some golf mk1's have them. I don't see the problem with them at all
I can't find a suitable picture, but the Dodge Intrepid/ Chrysler Sebring and Touring have the most wretched interiors. The cup holders are right in front of the CD changer in the Sebring, and, since it's recessed under the rest of the center console, you can barely fit a standard 16oz bottle of soda in them without having to tilt it at an angle and wedge it in. Such a bad design.
The Ford Ka had an analogue clock
[QUOTE=Ldesu;34030385]what's so bad about it? the volvo 940 that I had did have an analogue clock and some golf mk1's have them. I don't see the problem with them at all[/QUOTE] it's in the place where the revometer should be. And it's huge.
I don't even have a rev counter in the Beetle and I can drive it perfectly fine. You don't need it anyway
[QUOTE=Ldesu;34031383]I don't even have a rev counter in the Beetle and I can drive it perfectly fine. You don't need it anyway[/QUOTE] I kinda want to put one in my truck just because i wanna see that needle bouncin around.
Awesome, that's why. My '78 Accord had an analog clock IIRC. My '80 had a digital one, but it also had a weird little light bulb display, like, made of tiny LEDs or something, for what the gear selector was in (it was the only first gen Accord I had with a three speed auto!). I miss my '78 Accord. For being a car from the '70s, it had some pretty decent interior, almost like a late 80s import: [img]http://carphotos.cardomain.com/ride_images/3/3441/3461/33601730016_large.jpg[/img] My Accord had burgundy interior and the exterior was a plum color. It was a pretty little hatchback... I had to get rid of it because the guy I bought it from never brought me any paperwork on it. It makes me sad when stuff like that happens. [editline]3rd January 2012[/editline] Ah yes, here we are, the burgundy: [img]http://carphotos.cardomain.com/ride_images/2/3679/4821/21697410003_large.jpg[/img] Much better color than the tan. [editline]3rd January 2012[/editline] I got ninja'd by like half a page lol. That's what I get for posting at work. [editline]3rd January 2012[/editline] would help if I didn't have this page open all morning without submitting my post :|
[img]http://www.arpem.com/coches/coches/citroen/pluriel/flash/2007/citroen-c3-pluriel-int.jpg[/img] Pluriel [editline]4th January 2012[/editline] I kind of wish I was blind
looks like there is hardly any room if you have legs longer than 1 foot
It looks ok, other than the fuck ugly seats
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