And the Up does not plagiarise? Cripes, the coloured dash is as per Fiat 500, the rear as per Peugeot 107, the 3 cylinder engine as per Pug 107 etc, and so on. But they've done it all better. Isn't there some quote about great men (1) stealing?Craig200588 said:I was just away to post about this
I really love small, smart, innovative city cars! Especially stylish ones. But what it looks like Vauxhall have done is steal design parts from other cars and just mixed them together.
I think thats why I really dont like it, there is just too much going on, its too fussy. I like the simple sleek lines in the up.Dan said:Just read this too:
Ignoring the funny trim names looks like they are going to get you with options - 'virtually unlimited combinations'....
Vauxhall will sell the Adam with three trim options: Jam, Glam and Slam. Jam is described as ""fashionable and colourful""�, Glam is ""elegant ""¨and sophisticated""� and Slam ""¨is ""racy and sporty""�.Designer Mark Adams says that within these trim levels comes ""virtually unlimited exterior/interior colour, fabric and kit combination choices. It's very unlikely you'll find two identical Adams out there""�.
Me too. The Fiat 500 works cos it is simple and elegant. As is the Up.willowaz said:I think thats why I really dont like it, there is just too much going on, its too fussy. I like the simple sleek lines in the up.