The Subaru SVX is one of the most interesting cars to come out of Japan in the 1990s. It was Subaru's first and only low slung sports coupe with massive expanses of glass and crazy styling. Very cool.
It also has amazing brakes. 60 to 0 comes in just 98 feet. That's seriously great.
Yet MotorWeek cannot get past the fact that the gauge cluster is missing a volt meter and an oil pressure gauge. Seriously. That is the top fault they pick for the car.
Not the fact that the windows, while cool, barely open, or that a low slung sports coupe isn't available with a manual transmission.
Nope. No volt meter.
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