For me it’s a C6 Z06. I see them online or in games all the time but I’ve seen a few in parking lots and wow they’re pretty. The low wide frame with the sloping hatchback style (and circular tail lights) all come together so well.
I’ve had an 03' G35 for several years now and as I’m about to graduate I decided to start looking at newer cars. I found a 2011 335i for sale and had the opportunity to drive it and really see what it’s like. Here’s a quick review.
It just looks like it was made for supervillains.
It wasn’t a bad movie bruh
Corvettes seem a dime-a-dozen these days. The C7 Z06 was released last year, the new ZR1 was recently announced, and a mid-engine car is in the works. It’s for these reasons that now seems as good as any to invest in an old ZR1.
For me it’s this, an early 2000's Jaguar XKR.
The F50 could hit 100mph in
6 seconds (allegedly) and sounded incredible, but journalists considered it heavy and slow.
Roughly $35,000. I enjoy researching things like this, so here are some cars that you could buy instead of a reliable family sedan.
First forced induction car I ever drove. Was super proud of it until I realized the 0-60 time was nearly 8 seconds. Did any of you have cars like this?
I’m 21 years old and have had more cars than most people. My first car, a 94' Chevy Corsica looked about as plain as cars can be. Imagine a stock outline of a car...
I’m 21 and never learned to drive stick; a tragedy, I know. But bare with me, I just never had the opportunity. The only vehicle my family has continually had over the course of my life with a manual was a Volkswagen Thing, and try learning stick with a vehicle that is barely safe for highway speeds.
I drive a 2003 Infiniti G35 Sedan. I love the car, it’s comfortable, handles well, and is fast by 4 door standards. I had it for over 2 years before deciding to use the manumatic transmission option, and after several months of almost exclusively using the user-controlled option, I’ve gotten a pretty good idea of fuel…
I hesitate to even call it that; if it were a child this would be the equivalent of a stubbed toe. Let’s rewind:
WRX STi. Lancer Evolution. Firebird Trans Am- Isn’t in line with the other two, I know. A few of these may be considered good cars, and were what I wanted coming out of high school, but they aren’t what I ended up with. Let’s rewind time to 2014. A young Michael Gauby had just graduated and was planning on going to a…