Pop-up headlights were once a popular feature in the automotive world, but they are now largely a thing of the past, apart from a few exceptions such as certain supercars and the Volvo EX90. The Bishop has broached the idea that having too many pop-up headlights on a car might not be the best thing, with the Cizeta-Moroder V16T serving as an example of excess. Despite this, some people think that the car should actually have even more pop-up headlights. To further highlight the point, the discussion turned to the idea of completely covering a car in pop-up headlights, which elicited a mixed response. Ultimately, the debate left people with the question of whether there is such a thing as too many pop-up headlights on a car.
Moving on from the contentious debate, the article also acknowledges the elaborate nature of the lights on the Volvo EX90, despite them not being traditional pop-up lights. However, the discussion comes back to potential excess with some commenters suggesting adding even more pop-up headlights to the Cizeta-Moroder V16T.
The discussion then takes a more sentimental turn with a heartfelt comment from Mr. Asa about his fond memories of a friend’s old truck with a big engine. As he recounts the story, he expresses his hope that his friend Keith is doing well, bringing the conversation to a close with warm wishes for everyone to have a great weekend.