Back in India (or maybe I should say, when I was much younger), I could identify a car by its sound. It's not hard to differentiate between a Tata Indica, Maruti 800, and a Fiat.
Since I'm not into cars, that says for itself that I'm not crazy about them either. My heart does not stop pumping blood at the sight of a Lamborghini. Neither does it fall short of breath on seeing a Ferrari. I don't want or wish to have any of these cars.
I believe you are pretty conviced that I too am going to buy a Toyota Camry someday. Hey I know the name! and I sure can relate it to a picture in my head. BUT! there are a few cars that do contribute in those little tiny instances where I don't feel my feet being in contact with the ground. Umm... not a few, but two. Don't worry I won't prove you wrong, if not Camry I'll buy something pretty much like it since Ferrari and Lamborghini are not on my crush list.
The first car I like would be Nissan Maxima. Surprised? Of course! What's so special about this, so simple, so boring, so not-unusual looking car. Well, I don't know! When you like someone, is there a reason behind it? Or is it a feeling inside? Something you can't control. Something you know is strange, yet feels right! Same thing here. I guess, I'm pretty practical in that manner. Why dream of a Hummer when I know it's of no use to me. Or, am I just finding excuses? Nah! C'mon its a MAXIMA!! I don't need an excuse for this car.
Maxima and Z have been on my list for a while now. Even today, when I see either of the two cars my dil goes mmm...
It seems that soon enough a new member maybe added to the 'I like...' family. You won't be able to guess this one.
It turns heads.
It's a two seater, two door.
Most likely a fantacy forever.
Hopefully, a dream waiting to be turned into reality.
And the winner is Lotus! May be I over exagerrated. I'm still not sure if I really, absolutely, truely, passionately like the car. I've only seen it twice on the road in the past five days, and once on a photoblog. But the car looks pretty cool. And I believe, there should at least be one car in the house that lets just the two - him and i - take a trip, without even having the option of more people. The rest of the cars, can quitely sit in the garage, and act like they are at the repair shop.