What deceased cars would you like to see reborn?
The classic original DeLorean was a bit rubbish really. It was way too expensive, didn’t have that much power and wasn’t very well built, yet was an iconic design. We would like to see Audi produce a 21st century version with the twin-turbo V6 petrol engine from the Audi RS5.
Produced between 1993 and 2000, the Fiat Coupe was a beautiful car that is already regarded as a modern day classic. However it was built at a time when Fiat were producing some truly awful cars and a modern interpretation of the car with a 1.4-litre turbo engine with 180hp would be a gem.
Not the recent cartoon-like Mini rival, but rather the proper, regal, floaty DS that makes sitting in the back of a Mercedes Benz S-Class feel like you are on a donkey and cart.
This handsome cruiser could be made by BMW, with the V10 from the M5 and a SMG gearbox. It would also probably not rust.
Ok, this might sound like an odd one, but the Signum was doing what executive brands are now calling things like Sportback. The Signum, reinterpreted by a rejuvinated Opel could actually work again. I may be very wrong on this one.
So guys, tell us the cars you would like to see re-interpreted by modern manufacturers. Maybe some of them will be a bit more sensible than mine.