The supercharger hump on the Chevy Corvette ZR1. The ZR1 is magnificent, but the 755-horsepower motor is so amped up with a hood-busting supercharger that it's actually hard to see the road. Oh well, what are you gonna do?
The ride quality on the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ. This is a race-track car. On public roads, it's very uncomfortable.
The interior of the Chevy Silverado. The new Silverado was redesigned for 2019, but the interior wasn't significantly upgraded.
The prop rod on the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. It didn't work.
Almost everything about the Fiat 500X. It's the worst vehicle I've driven in my career at Business Insider.
The backup and auto-parking system on the BMX X7. They sort of work, but they're rather harrowing.
The engine and transmission on the Toyota RAV4. For a crossover as popular as this, the crude throttle response and bumpy shifting was unacceptable.
The rear wing on the Honda Civic Type R. I know, I know. It's THAT kind of car. But I still don't have to like it.
As long as we're on Civic, I also dislike the tail lamp design. They look like a pair of crab craws!
Navigate on Autopilot in the Tesla Model 3. Rather than enhance the driving experience, I felt that it forced me to pay even more attention to Autopilot than I usually do.
The front end of the Bentley Bentayga. It's the front of a Bentley stuck onto the body of an Audi.
The joystick shifter on the BMW Z4. I hate joystick shifters, and the Bimmer has one of the worst.
The joystick shifter on the Cadillac XT4. Cadillac's is also annoying.
The trackpad infotainment interface in the Lexus UX hybrid SUV. Lexus has the least user-friendly system of any major auto brand.
The interior of the Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid. It screams practical plastic.
The dual infotainment screens of the Acura TLX A-Spex PMC. I used to like this feature, but I now think it's redundant.
The infotainment system in the Jaguar XE P300 and ...
... The climate controls in the Jaguar XE P300. Jaguar Land Rover still haven't gotten its game together on this front.
The infotainment system AND climate controls in the Range Rover Sport hybrid. Jaguar's corporate stablemate has the same problem.
The anima controller in the Lamborghini Urus. Yes, it's cool, but I'd rather have it on the steering wheel.
The rear end of the Toyota Supra. The rebooted Supra is great, but its, um, boot isn't.
The headlights on the Porsche Cayenne. They work on the 911, but they never have here.
The business proposition of the VW Arteon. It's a nice sedan for a market that doesn't want sedans.
The price of the Chevy Blazer. At $48,000, I thought my test vehicle was tad rich.
The dated vibe of the Nissan GT-R. The 1990s called and they want their instrument cluster back.