Cooley On Cars
Top 5: Your favorite videos from On CarsBrian Cooley runs down the most popular videos -- ever! -- from CNET On Cars.
[MUSIC] Now, as this is our 100th episode, we're going to do a rather self regarding Top 5. It's actually one that you wrote. These are the top 5, on the road, car videos that we've used. The ones that always start off our show. Now, while none of these can compete on stream count with a really good cat video, these are our big guns Number five is the Lamborghini huracan. The only Lamborghini whose name you can figure out without google translate. It means hurricane and it goes like one. You know my favorite compliment for any car, it feels light. The huracan replaced the Datto, and brought along with it a boatload of new techs, a fair amount shared with Audi, and that's no slouch, and it really underlined this new era of super cars that are livable Not just bearable. Number 4 is the Tesla Model S P85D. I will always remember this car. It goes so fast and does it with so little fuss. This is insane. How can a car that weighs nearly 5,000 pounds do what that thing just did? Tesla has since topped even this guy with the new 100D, but both are pretty Number three is the 2017 and still pending Ford GT. This guy came out of nowhere, nobody saw it coming. Hot as a stolen cop car. I still haven't actually got my hands on one of these on the road, that remains job number one for the year ahead. Number two is the Mercedes Mayback S class S600, the perfect place to put those stolen contour license plates you bought on Ebay. And let me tell you this is better than my office. Making Mayback the high end of S class Instead of the high end of excessive was a smart move by Mercedes. And this car more than any on our list really begged for a nap in the back seat. Your number one favorite of our on the road videos has been the Mercedes F-015 concept. Now once you figured out which end was the front this was the most amazing vision of future driving we've ever seen together. Autonomy, visual interfaces of the outside world, nuanced communication with people on foot and bicycles. And its biggest idea of all, that tomorrow's definition of luxury isn't more leather and wood. It's getting your time back on the road. [MUSIC] More top five lists await the car lover. Go to CNETOnCars.com, click on Top 5. [MUSIC]