Is the Dodge SRT Hellcat dead? Will there be more SRT-branded vehicles in the future?
I bet you didnt know that Volkswagen Group has actually owned 100% of Porsche since 2012, that Tata Motors, an Indian company, owns the reliably unreliable Land Rover, or that McLaren owns... well, McLaren! Who owns the world's most popular car brands here in the USA is about as clear as mud, like the kind you can slide through in your Rolls-Royce (which is owned by BMW). Wait... that's got to be a mistake... there’s no way BMW owns the British icon Rolls-Royce! Are you kidding me? Well, guess what, it's the truth. I’m going to dig into the 12 automaker parent companies and which brands are under their care. This is going to be a fun one. And by the end of this article, you might be surprised who actually made your car!
Ever wonder which brands are putting out the most horsepower? Of course, we all know what the most powerful cars on the planet are: your Bugattis, your Koenigseggs, etc. But we took the horsepower of every vehicle in every brands 2020 lineups, and added them up! Vans and semis excluded of course… And after a whole lot of math that made my head spin, we figured out which brands put out the most power in 2020. So, hold onto your seats, because these are the brands with the most horsepower in 2020 in order of least to greatest!
Supercars: the cars of our dreams. Cars that make a statement everywhere they go. For most of us normies, they’re unattainable. With price tags in the six figures, we couldn’t ever imagine owning one. But why is that? What really separates them from your average sports car, and how is it that people are actually willing to pay these unbelievable prices?
Did you know you could be driving a Ferrari for $12,000? We aren’t talking about crappy, fake kit cars that someone out of work floridian built in their garage. We aren’t talking about the worst Ferrari’s ever made that you wouldn’t be caught dead in!