|Something made in America that can still take on the Asian imports? Yes, the Coquette has withstood the test of time and, with this new model, Invetero blew through all their bailout money to create an end product that only the 1% can afford. Don't bite the hand that feeds you.|
|This statement about arguing was a joke since I gave you ultimate proof. I've seen it's wrongly named, so I've change it. Guy who uploaded the pic haven't made enough research about the car.|
|Fair enough, seems it is the new Coquette. That clearer screenshot does make it obvious that the front is not an F-Type.|
| Tycek wrote |
I wasn't intending to argue. I'm just a bit surprised, since there wasn't any "update" to the name change.
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|Not long ago. It\'s the new Coquette unless you want to argue with this: i.imgur.com/m2rxkPK.png|
|Uh, when did this change to a C7 Corvette, when it was listed as a Jaguar F-Type earlier? There isn't any proof that this is a new Coquette, let alone another shot of this car.|
|Considering the Jaguar F-Type is the successor to the E-Type, it might not be a stretch that this is the new Windsor, which was based on the E-Type.|
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