Here are the ten worse guesses from the motoring press:
10.) 2014 Chevrolet Corvette by AutoSpies
Cadillac Cien as a Corvette, anybody? I'm pretty sure that's not what David Carradine had in mind...
Suggested By: blackonblack, Photo Credit: AutoSpies
9.) 2015 Chevrolet Camaro by GM Authority
Pilotman strongly disagrees, and it's easy to see why:
It looks like some horrible aftermarket retro mod and then they drove it into a wall.
Suggested By: Pilotman, Photo Credit: GM Authority
8.) Mazda MX5 by Road & Track
That looks like an Opel getting busy with a Honda S2000, not a Miata. Try again!
Suggested By: J "oppo" Zeke, Photo Credit: Road & Track
7.) LaFerrari by Car and Driver
They were right about the F1-style nose (big deal after the F50 and the Enzo), but wrong about the rest. Ferrari kept it a secret until the very last moment.
Suggested By: StoneColdSteveUrkel, Photo Credit: Car and Driver
6.) Lotus Elise by Auto Express
No Bahar in sight yet, and a V10 in the middle. So what was wrong with it? Listen to RXEight:
And what makes it even worse is that it is a photoshop off of a hot wheels concept done with Lotus.
Well, it turned out to be vaporware anyway.
Suggested By: RXEight , Photo Credit: Auto Express
5.) Ferrari 458 Italia by Car
It looks like a badly executed Chinese Ferrari copy, and that says it all.
Suggested By: ATSR, Photo Credit: Car Magazine
4.) McLaren P1 by Car
Way off, so that Frank Stephenson could surprise us all.
Suggested By: jaimm, Photo Credit: Car Magazine
3.) Mercedes GLG by Auto Bild
Suggested By: philaDLJ, Photo Credit: Auto Bild
2.) Honda NSX by Auto Express
The artist clearly haven't seen a Honda NSX before. Let me help.
Suggested By: Fl1ngstam=Flingstam, Photo Credit: Auto Express
1.) Chevy Volt by General Motors
So, GM built a fake concept just to confuse us all. ATX211 reminded us about the ultimate mind fuck:
Naturally, the final product looks much less exciting.
Suggested By: ATX211, Photo Credit: General Motors
UPDATE: The Mustang one didn't seem quite fair since the car isn't out. While we think the actual car won't have those proportions, we can't for sure say it'll be inaccurate so we replaced it with the Corvette which, obviously, was.
Welcome back to Answers of the Day - our daily Jalopnik feature where we take the best ten responses from the previous day's Question of the Day and shine it up to show off. It's by you and for you, the Jalopnik readers. Enjoy!
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