Today, we want to take a look at 15 of the best widebody cars out there. From bolt-on fenders to complete body kits, adding widebody elements can make any car look damn good.
The best part of Japanese cars is they can handle themselves around cars costing three times as much. Even the ones that can’t take down Italian supercars straight from the factory can be tuned to insane numbers.
The first rule of buying a car is that buying a new car is not an investment. They depreciate like crazy! I mean, when you drive that brand spankin' new whip off the lot, it'll lose 15% to 20% of its value almost immediately! For a $50,000 car, that's up to $10,000 you just flushed away! As much as a used Nissan 350Z!
With a budget of $38 million, the original The Fast and The Furious had plenty of moolah to spend on cars. $2 million bucks to be exact! From modded Supras and R/T Chargers to flashy F355’s, they definitely spent some cash. I mean, Toretto's Charger had a blower sticking two feet out of the hood!
$185,000. That’s what the Mark IV Supra from the first Fast and Furious sold for. A car that started at around $40,000 MSRP in 1993 is now worth over 4 times that! And now, some mad lads are asking for over $500,000 for a Mark IV Supra, and it’s not even Paul's! When will it end?
If you’re anything like me, you probably dream about some of the super cool rides in the Fast & Furious movies. For the most part, the team over at Universal Studios has done a great job choosing and designing cars for these movies. But… there were some cars that were undeniably duds. In this article, I’m going to take you through the worst cars of the Fast & Furious franchise, and tell you exactly why they were so disappointing. These are the worst cars from the Fast and Furious movies…
Ever wonder how much cash they threw on all those sweet toys in Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift? How much would it cost you to own them? Well, we’re going to tell you! By the end of this article, you’re going to know exactly how much every car from the movie costs on the market today, from Sean’s bad ass domestics to Han’s Veilside RX-7. We’re about to drift a whole lot of info into your brain! So, here you go. The cost of every car from Tokyo Drift! And when we add them all up at the end... it’s a staggering number!
With a budget of $76 million for the second film in the series, they certainly had a lot of dough to spend on some dope driving machines. One of the cars on the list was so important they actually got four stunt doubles for it! Another car was even equipped with an ejector seat! If you want to know about EVERY car that they used in 2 Fast 2 Furious, we’re going to tell you! This is the cost of every car from 2 Fast 2 Furious!