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The 7th Dream Car from the Top 10: Corvette XP 700

Greetings, fellow car enthusiasts! Today, we're diving into the exhilarating world of concept cars to explore the 7th dream car from our top 10 list: the iconic Corvette XP 700. This marvel of automotive ingenuity isn't just a car; it's a bold statement of innovation and design. So, buckle up and join us on a journey through the history, craftsmanship, and legacy of this extraordinary vehicle. A Visionary Design: The Birth of the Corvette XP 700 In 1958, under the visionary guidance of GM's Chief Designer Bill Mitchell, the Corvette XP 700 was born. This stunning concept car was more than just a prototype; it was a glimpse into the future of automotive design. Built using many components from the 1958 Corvette, the XP 700 featured a long nose with a centered Corvette logo, Grand Prix-styled side vents, and a unique bubbletop canopy. Its sleek red exterior and cutting-edge features made it an instant sensation. Pushing the Boundaries of Innovation One of the most strikin

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Did Aston Just Say Something Between the Lines?

Design never lies.  Looking at the Vantage , you may have noticed similarities between this and the DB10 . As a matter of fact it seems like the DB10 from the James Bond movie is the real successor of the Vantage. If this is true, then Aston may have reached its design apex regarding the evolution of the post-Fisker era.  What further develops from this idea, is that the Vulcan is merely a tendency in the Aston Martin design vocabulary. This enhances the very fact that some of the Vantage design's elements resonates with the Vulcan and the DB11 .  This concludes that the DB10 was done after the DB11. What does this mean? It may mean that the design-wise top dog Aston of this decade will be the DB10, since it completely lacks any Vulcan/DB11 vocabulary. The final conclusion of this would be that the ultimate design expression of these days is the DB10. Not the DB11 or the Vantage. At least according to Aston Martin.  Only between the lines speaking. Of course.      

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