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.
I want to want this Kei Car. But I think I can appreciate it just as much from a distance.
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.
Camry or Cayenne. Both can be had for about $20K. But only one will be exciting and bankrupting.
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.
It checks all the boxes. I just need a good excuse to fly to Asheville where I could ‘unexpectedly’ discover this cream puff and drive it home.
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.