Reading Allpar for many years has given me a great appreciation for AMC and Rambler. AMC was still around when I was growing up, but being in a family of die-hard Chevy people, AMC was not really on my radar. My loss! I think it's fair to say that AMC stood for a few specific things: Excellence in engineering, innovation, and value for money. Those all seem like typical marketing buzzwords, but in reality they are so difficult to accomplish. Thinking about all of this made me wonder: Who is "the AMC of today"? Which automaker best embodies those qualities now? Is there such an entity? AMC pioneered things like unit-body construction, full-body primer dip, dual brake cylinders, and many other features in mainstream, low-cost cars. Now that everyone is using those best practices, is there any more room for fundamental engineering innovations? We're Mopar fans, but I for one won't be offended if someone answers my question with "Mazda", or "SEAT" (just grasping at straws, lol) -- or "nobody!"