I feel that although this is a architecture website, cars have their place in it. Because a car, just as a house, is a place of living, you sometimes eat in eat, sleep in eat, or make love in it. So yes, we can say that cars are just as well houses.
With that being said, let me introduce you the “Transformers” icon: 2010 Chevrolet Camaro. If you’re not a fan of Chevrolet, like me, you may find this uninteresting, but this model, definitely is worth your attention. And let me tell you why:
The “pony car” division from General Motors, Chevrolet Camaro is like the return of an icon in 2010. Comes down as a 2-door coupe, and a 2-door convertible is on it’s way during early 2011.
The new Camaro 2010 shares some basic lines of design with the discontinued Pontiac G8 large sedan, and also wears body styling from 1969 Camaro. Two engines will be available a V6 and a V8. The V6 is a 3.6-liter unit that produces 304 hp. It’s available on LS and LT. SS versions with a manual transmission get a 426-hp 6.2-liter V8. Automatic-equipped SS models also get a 6.2-liter V8, but it makes 400 hp and features GM’s Active Fuel Management cylinder deactivation. V6 versions also offer a manual or automatic transmission.
Available safety features include ABS, traction control, antiskid system, front side airbags, and curtain side airbags. An RS Package for LT and SS models includes bi-xenon headlights, specific trim, and on LT versions, 20-inch wheels. Rear-obstacle detection is standard on the 2LT and 2SS and optional on the 1LT. Other features that are available include a wireless cell-phone link, USB port, satellite radio, and remote engine start. Added during the model year was a Transformers Special Edition package that includes specific trim inspired by the movie of the same name ;).
You can build your own Camaro here. I know you want to.