The job of selecting the right way to celebrate an anniversary is one that can be a task that becomes a full time job for some people. The commitment it takes to be in any relationship for the long haul and last the test of time, tribulations, hardships and even success is one that should be celebrated, especially when the number creeps up near the century mark. One such automotive company has an anniversary they want to celebrate the right way, even though they are still thirty years way from reaching three digits.
We hear announcements nearly every day from some company head that gives us an idea of where their mindsets are and what their company values hold. Sometimes these announcements and bold statements end up offering us a look at the end of the company while at other times we see the importance of protecting a brand signature and the what the company stands for. The difference between the two often is the strength of the company and where the market is headed in any industry.
Turbocharging used to be a bad word and for those of us who are called purists it still is. The use of turbo to improve the power of a vehicle, which also improves the overall fuel mileage, seems to be rampant in the automotive world, especially for cars that are meant to be sports models. Thankfully, for those who love a naturally aspirated engine, there are still some great cars to drive when it comes to actual horsepower from these engines that seem to be dying out. Here are several that you can find and still enjoy the old-school charm of cars that are powered by a more original form of propulsion.
There are a lot of cars out there that look very similar. Design parody has become commonplace; perhaps it always has been. One of the most fun comparisons between similar vehicles takes us back to the late 60s and early 70s when the Toyota 2000GT and the Ferrari 365 GTB Daytona.
Don’t get me wrong – they aren’t that similar in appearance, but it was clear that the up-and-coming Japanese automaker took some fundamental design concepts from Ferrari to make their entry into the sports car segment.
Horsepower is always a great topic to discuss, the more the horsepower the faster your car is capable of going. Owners and enthusiast who enjoy sports cars often begin their discussion with comparisons of horsepower and torque numbers to see who has the most of either or both or a combination of the two. Well, here is a list of the top ten high horsepower sports cars meant to delight and enthuse those who love to talk about high powered machines. Read more