What car companies are left without a crossover in their lineup?
The crossover Jew cometh
That's a good question
FERRARI AND ALFA ROMEO.
Those are the only ones I could think of... I think the clue is having the brand start with L
They made that SUV in the 80s senpai and plan on releasing that pos edgy suv. Urus?
They made a cross-over and a minivan so?
Lancia made a crossover? I was not aware
And by god I wish I still wasn't... fuck me how horrible it looks
i know bro
Read an article by some numale claiming that we were seeing an automotive renaissance with CUV's, and seemed impressed that some manufacturers were putting big engines/ turbos to save face.
Jesus Christ it depresses the shit out of me that racecar companies have to resort to making mom-mobiles to stay afloat.
Oh dear God that is horrifying
luxury mom-mobiles intended for the worst of the normies, no less
Just why. Why the fuck?
What is going on in FCA that they need to spend a decade and change pushing Lancia that far down into the shit?
Dear fucking god, someone put Lancia out of it's misery.
Olds? Was the Bravada a proto-crossover?
Will they ever update their fascia in anyway?
Lambo made that SUV in the 80's
That was not a fuckin crossover m8. That was a beast.
No more than a Suburban is a crossover from a Silverado, or an Excursion was a crossover from an F250.
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You'd think a tractor manufacturer would do a better job at designing a pickup.
It isn't a pickup you dicklick, nor was it meant to be.
2bh it was Lambo's bid for the next US Army tac vehicle, but it lost to the HUMVEE. Something about Italian cars being unreliable as fuck in battle conditions.
It's still a pickup.
that's a completely different vehicle
Aston Martin hasn't made a crossover and they really shouldn't sell out to making one
Chief executive Andy Palmer said the design team conjured up a picture of their potential customer – a young, rich American lady. They even gave her a fictitious name, "Charlotte".
"Of course, we will see a lot of guys buying the car as well. But the DBX is about reaching a new market," said Mr Palmer.
How fucking big is that thing going to be exactly?
Goddammit how long have they been planning this? I thought the Lagonda SUV thing was dead
Why do you care?