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On its technical merits the overexposure of the hood and sky causes the shape of the car to lost into the similar background of the blown out sky. That's a physical limitation of the digital medium — short range — that occurs in most outdoor images. The only solution is to add flash in the foreground or blend multiple exposures.
Flash wouldn't have been a good option here because it would create reflections from the flash on the chrome. A big white reflect like a sheet might work if you had someone to hold it, but the more practical approach when isn't moving is to shoot from a tripod, expose for detail in the highlights, slow shutter down 3-4 stops and take a shot to record the shadow detail lost in the first. Open the two shots, then copy/paste the second into the first onto a new layer in Photoshop, add a mask and blend in the shadow detail where desired.
Starting with your original lowered output in a copy in the highlights to get more density there then added a bit of color to the sky. On other layers I adjusted the tone and color in the shaded foreground which has a reddish cast in your original. Chrome, seen in shade takes on the blue bias from the sky winding up looking cooler by eye than the sunlit background. I tried to create the same effect: