5 Most Infamous Cars Of 2012
For Generation X, the Pontiac Trans-Am is the phoenix-painted hellwagon Burt Reynolds and Sally Field took bootlegging in Smokey and the Bandit, that David Hasslehoff spoke to in Knight Rider and that Dwight Schrute commuted in during The Office. Ford
Hundreds to thousands of cars fly by the average person each day. Why should any of them be memorable unless their driver left grille marks on your hip as you were crossing an intersection or flipped you off while crossing five lanes of traffic to reach an exit?
Only because it somehow slipped into the garage of your subconscious. Parked there next to the van from The A-Team, Ryan Gosling's 1973 Chevy
5. The 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLK from Gangnam Style
Before South Korea's Psy sang during halftime at a sparsely attended NFL game in Toronto, apologized for singing anti-American sentiment before performing for President Barack Obama and danced with Britney Spears on Ellen, he made a music video.