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>> You know, Americans have an image problem when it comes to very small, very economic cars.
>> This Toyota Aygo [assumed spelling] for example, I go crazy, I mean, it does. What they've done is they've taken an example of a very lean compact car and taken it to the [inaudible] degree. The engine came out of the front, just get rid of that, and put a 1.8 liter, turbo 4 in the back, driving the rear wheels, 200 horsepower back there. Look inside, basically a stock [assumed spelling] economy interior, though they did give it a sporting wheel, which I see rendered the airbag gone and the horn button useless, so it's up there on the console instead, and a full roll cage all around. But the ideal here is simple. Take a basic bread and butter car and put it under the halo [assumed spelling] of a race serious sports edition.
>> What carmakers have done for many decades, win on Sunday, sell on Monday.
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