Friday, March 4, 2011

No, I am not the same so stick with your lame ways!

It's 5 O'Clock in the morning. I'm tossing and turning trying to find words for this blank sheet of paper to convey my unspoken voice to you. Grasping my hands and clashing them together, I began to speak on the things which some people have wrote off. Just because it is not from your perspective to understand the intelligent design behind it, don't write it off.

Now blowing smoke with the wheels, Wiesmann puff puff pass on the others with them beaming in our review mirror. "And nope, we are not the same or in the lane together," says the Spyder. Wiesmann came out with the best intention wishing people will listen, but now they are all alone for being different. Redefining what it means to be fast, the Spyder makes belligerently moves against the pavement eating it for breakfast. Now, what we have here is a failure to communicate as to what you think a car should be. Wiesmann is making plans to pump the race tracks full of the truth and it's rawness.

The Spyder is pushing weight by the pounds; 2,200lbs is the curb weight of the car and  it is catapulted in the super car territory. Having an ambiguously and prominent design, the Spyder speaks to all the speed freaks. With its expose wheels, the Spyder becomes more than just your strip racer. It becomes a compulsion that breaks the barrier of the future. Carrying the weight of the car is a classic V8. Moving the weight from 0 to 62mph in 4 seconds it comes to the end user as pure gratification. As for the interior, well it is bare.

"We are not going to call it unattractive." Well, guess what? I am and it has a innovative flare to it. Now beat that to the pavement. 

Because we are an unbiased magazine we want to read what the viewer has to say; so give us here at Auto Ring Magazine your views on this Spyder. 

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