I have to say I was a bit flattered when you offered me to drive this... ahem... car. It's not every day that I get to drive a future Aston Martin model that's not even... ahem... on the market yet, right? I actually never thought I would ever say this about an... ahem... effing Aston Martin, but it was quite a peculiar driving experience.
First of all, the car looks like an elephant's... ahem... mutated feces. The hairy mole on my wife's tooshie is better-looking than this... ahem... silly excuse for a car. The Aston Martin Cygnet, they say they'll call it? More like the Aston... ahem... "ugly duckling". No, no, don't get me started now.
Obviously I am fully aware this is not the actual future Aston Martin model, but a regular Toyota iQ without the "Cygnet"... ahem... styling add-ons. Without being too negative about it, I can only say that the Toyota guys definitely have a tiny IQ... ahem... don't they? I mean, it's only slightly longer than that dreadful smart...ahem... fortwo. Oh wait, compared to that I can only fit my crocodile skin wallet in the Toyota's so-called... ahem... boot.
Speaking of the smart, at least the people behind it don't brag about offering more seats than the car's petite interior can handle. Even that preposterous four-wheeled scooter going by the name of Tata Nano has more... ahem... interior space than this piece of overpriced turd on wheels. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that, the Toyota iQ is even more expensive than the already... ahem... hyper-expensive smart fortwo.
So, who would actually buy a small iQ? Let me tell you who, people who already have... ahem... small IQs. If you really want a city car why spend Volkswagen Golf money on an... ahem... iQ? There's no way in hell you could fit more than... ahem... two persons inside it. And even if you somehow managed to... ahem... do that, where would you fit your luggage, the boot is as large as my watch pocket...