Fans of obscure 90’s automotive experimentation probably know of this, the tiny V6 powered egg-shaped Mazda coupe. On paper this clicked all the boxes. But Mazda had already introduced a better sportswear, the MX-5 Miata, and the MX-3 was out of the US market after 3 years.
Special edition Mustangs are undeniably cool, and getting cooler the closer we come to the day that IC engines are no longer.
It’s not flashy, but flashy doesn’t often mean beautiful. No better example of this is the 760 Coupe is a most beautiful box due to its proportions and details.
The Pulsar is a one-of-a-kind, a concept that was actually brought to market. This is much more of a museum piece as a case study of lifestyle design from the ’90s than a car one would have passion for.
A German coupe with a V8 and red interior – need I say more?
I’m on a big coupe binge and ever since Google served up a CL-class Mercedes, nothing else compares.
I don’t know why. As a grand tourer it has everything going for it; speed, exclusivity, comfort, technology and (dare I say it) looks. Of course it is hampered by the Bangle Butt and BMW’s famous unreliability. But I would look past that for the honking V8 and 6-speed manual of this example.
S5’s (and A5’s) are the ideal daily driver for the executive who has style, but who also makes rational decisions. Driving a refined, safe, and respectable Audi will assure any Board of Directors that you’re just the type of person they want running their global conglomerate.