Whether you're seeking an ultra-rare replica, classic hot rod, or track-focused monster, there's a kit out there for you. Ideal’s got you covered with this list of 8 incredible kit cars guaranteed to bring a smile to your face!
Right now, you can buy the brand new 2020 C8 Corvette for $60,000! That is a hell of a deal! Or for that same $60,000, you can get some granite interior trim on the Maybach. Tough choice, right? A mid-engined supercar-slaying American icon, or change the color of your center console.
Of course, you love supercars, and you probably love cheap ones that look like they cost a lot even more! Well, we’re going to break down the best supercars that you can fit into your budget! And the last one is a raging bull that looks and sounds like a million bucks! Flames, anyone?
Very few things are more satisfying than nailing the perfect shift in a classic H-pattern gearbox, especially when you know that if you do it wrong, bad things can happen. Ouch, that’s a serious money shift! That’s why you never let your friends drive your race car. Unfortunately, the art of using all four limbs to drive a car is becoming a thing of the past. Thanks to ever-increasing terrible traffic, the invention of lifeless, gearless, CVT transmissions, flappy paddle gearboxes being arguably faster than traditional stick shifts, the rise of electric cars with only forward and backward settings, and lazy drivers optioning for automatic gearboxes, you’d think the death of the classic manual transmission is all but assured.
And now, I have my real-life straight-piped Hot Wheel that brings a huge smile to my face every time I drive it: my Porsche 911. Now that I’ve owned my dream car for a couple of years, here are four things, plus an honorable mention, that I didnt know about owning the car that has no substitute: the Porsche 91. Oh, and at the end, I’ll dig into a little of what I’ve learned about being a Porsche owner.
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!
Get ready for the rumble and thunder of Lebron’s garage, because the King’s collection of MVP vehicles is a striaght-up slam dunk! Some of these cars are absolutely ballin', like his King’s Pride Lambo worth $670,000! Or his high-flying 911 with horsepower jumpin’ out the gym! Lebron’s not only a world-class athlete, he’s proved that he’s got some serious taste when it comes to what he’s driving. In this article, we’re going to go shooting guard to gearhead with Lebron’s wild car collection!
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!
There are few words in motorsport as powerful as "Group B". Why? These cars are arguably the wildest, fastest, and most dangerous cars of all time! For many rally fans, the Group B era is still the pinnacle of the World Rally Championship. Four years of insanity that brought Rally to the level of Formula ONE. Yeah, I want one of those! And I bet you do too!