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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Deane x, Nov 5, 2015.
2016 Ford Capri Release Date
What a missed opportunity. Looks like a Mondeo coupe with a bodykit to me.
And to be a Capri it will need to be tail happy rear drive
Shades of Bentley around the rear quarter.
I like it.
I like it a lot.
I was thinking more Aston Martin
I like it too. Nothing like my old 1970 GT2000 but ........
If it built like the new Mondeo it will be another winner.
the old one was amazing, i loved it it reminded me of a Ferrari when i was younger
The front end looks pure Mondeo. I would have liked to have seen something fresh.
It's a from me.
Looks pants! I suspect modern regulations might have something to do with it. Personally, I think the bonnet needed to be longer and lower.
The blue one is entirely different from the orange one.
i will keep my Capri 280 ( brookland) thank you unless prices go haywire for the original ones
I've just gone off you Do you still drive it or is it being preserved?
Destined to be another Probe or Cougar.
That's not to say I don't like it. I think it looks great.
Now I want to see a replacement for the Puma - a real Ford pocket rocket.
The 'r' is in the wrong place in its name.
Suppose after all these years it would look a lot different to the original. Looks ok but you wouldn't look at it cold and say that's a Capri.
I like the idea and guess that plenty of older blokes would consider one to relive their youth, I would.
However, I suspect that it will be too small, one of the photos makes it look like a Scirocco which would be a shame as the original wasn't a little car.
My Dad had two, one in 1975 and another in 1982. He hated the second one which suited me as I had not long passed my test and he would lend it to me whenever I wanted and it was usually full of fuel too, happy days!
Looks great, a bit different to the old one, had two of the ones from the past.
Ford appear to have forgotten that a Capri is supposed to look differently from that that donated its underpinnings.
One someone else did earlier..
And the background to it
Ford Capri, Austin-Healey 100 and Lotus Elise S1 - car designers reimagine the motoring classics | Autocar