Which Foreign Car Should Be Imported To Your Country?Patrick George8/25/12 1:30pmFiled to: Question Of The WeekendFb465EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink We've got a lot of good things going for us here in America, like religious freedom and rap music. But we get cheated out of a lot of really great cars. Advertisement Take Audi for example. Here in the U.S., we can't even get an A3 with a manual transmission and all-wheel-drive, let alone truly insane cars like the twin-turbo V10-having RS6 Avant wagon. Don't give me any of this "But nobody would buy it!" guff. I want my grocery-getters to be overly expensive and packed with Teutonic craziness.Things are getting better for us, though. In the last dozen years or so, we've seen the Subaru WRX and STI, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution and Nissan GT-R get imported stateside. And the recent announcement that the Ford Fiesta ST is coming here gives me hope that we'll see even more awesome foreign cars shipped over to the land of baseball, apple pie and gun crime. So here's my question: Which foreign car would you like to see come to your country? Advertisement As for me, I'm pretty partial to the entire Citroën lineup, particularly the DS3 Racing and the C6, pictured above. I love Citroën's unique, quirky style and history of innovation. They look like nothing else on the road. I have no idea if anyone in America would buy them, but I'm jealous of nations that do get them.How about you guys? What car from another country do you covet? For those of you outside the U.S., do you feel cheated out of the Mustangs and Camaros we take for granted?