Words seem superfluous here…
These were actually pretty common all around France, but as one of the few French cars around we actually liked looking at, it seems worthy of inclusion on the list.
We never actually bothered to figure out what they were, instead just saying “hey look, another French TT!”
The other French car we liked…
A peek behind the grille reveals a nose full of transmission.
Now that you know it’s front-wheel drive, look closely at the back of the front fender. Front mud flaps!
Also far from uncommon, the Alfa Romeo Brera is still way up on the list of everday cars we’d like to see around here every day.
The same goes for the 159, with which the Brera shares its front half. 159s, in wagon form, are all over Europe and, based on looks alone, I’d even take one over the shorter, lighter Brera.