2021 Porsche 911 (964) By Ares Design
The Porsche 911, in all of its generations, is a legendary machine. As some would say, it has mastered the art of having the engine in “the wrong place”. The classic 911 models in particular that are the most intriguing and often subject to modernization by tuning studios. The Italian coachbuilding company Ares Design has chosen to let its creativity loose upon the 964-generation 911 Turbo, resulting in one of the most epic recreations ever. Of course, there are other studios that have their own interpretations of the 911, so what makes the Ares 964 Turbo so special?
Cars We’d Like To See Make A Comback
Thanks to the invention and refinement of the internal combustion engine over the years, we’ve gotten some truly amazing vehicles. More than a few of them reached legendary status, either because of their innovation, styling, performance, or simply because they had to prove something. Whatever the case, these cars had an aura about them that’s not easy to replicate. And while some of these cars have modern-day successors, others are still waiting to be commemorated with their own modern version. Here are 10 cars we think should make a comeback.
Best Brake Pads
We can all agree that there is an undeniable correlation between horsepower and stopping power. What goes fast needs to be able to stop fast. A component often neglected are the brake pads. They are an important component of a car’s brakes since they transform kinetic energy into thermal through friction. Because of this, eventually, they eventually wear out and need to be replaced. Since the aftermarket is vast for such parts, both in terms of brands and types, finding the ideal option for you might be difficult. Because of this, we have compiled a list of the best brake pads on the market.
Everything You Need To Know About The Lamborghini SC20
Lamborghini has been giving us some pretty epic one-off cars in recent times. Now, the brand’s motorsport division is giving us another one-off Lamborghini. The marque’s main models – Huracan and Aventador often serve as a platform for some pretty epic and unique creations. It’s something of a tradition for the Italian company and now the factory of madness in Sant’Agata is giving us yet another stunning creation, loosely based on the V-12 Aventador. Here’s what you need to know about the Lamborghini SC20.
Everything You Need To Know About The Lamborghini Huracan STO
The 2021 Huracan STO is the most radical road-going version of the brand’s entry-level supercar. It takes everything great about the Huracan Super Trofeo EVO and the Huracan GT3 EVO to create one of the purest race cars for the road the brand has ever made. Although other versions of the Huracan are capable performers in their own right, there is plenty that sets the STO apart. Here’s everything you need to know about this V-10 Lamborghini race car for the road.
Listening to your favorite tunes while driving is one of the best things you, as a casual driver, can do when getting from A to B. FM transmitters serve as a bridge between older car audio systems that lack connectivity and your phone. That said, FM transmitters are just as useful with newer audio systems. Moreover, they are a simple plug-and-play solution that allows instant connectivity. The market offers a great variety of FM transmitters, but these are some of the best options currently out there.
2022 Mercedes AMG SL63
The next-generation Mercedes AMG SL63 has repeatedly been spotted out testing. The car is slowly being unveiled, as now it has even less camouflage than before. Compared to models like the SLS AMG and its successor, the AMG GT, it was always a bit on the softer side in terms of the overall driver characteristics. However, things might change with this new generation, as it is the first SL, developed by AMG. What will this mean for the SL’s current target group?
2021 Jaguar E-Type Low Drag GT by Eagle
Most would agree that many great cars came from the 1960s. It was a time of style, performance, and competitive spirit. Although these days are long gone, the people who remember them and those who want to familiarize themselves with the vintage motoring experience, companies like Eagle are recreating the old formula with a touch of refinement.
Eagle is a small British car company that has been making some of the most exciting Jaguar E-Types for over 35 years now. The Eagle Low Drag GT is said to be the ultimate way of experiencing Jaguar’s vintage motorsports prowess. But just how much E-Type is there in it?
2022 Genesis eG80
Hyundai’s premium brand Genesis was born just a few years ago and is already bringing some very competitive models to the market. Initially focused purely on luxury and sports sedans, they recently branched out to the SUV market as well.
Now, Genesis has decided to expand its portfolio even further by electrifying its lineup, starting with its flagship sedan. The G80 has already proven to be a capable platform and good value for money. The EV version of the big sedan dubbed the eG80 is said to arrive sometime in 2021 and will appeal to those looking for a luxury EV from a non-mainstream manufacturer.
Although most vehicles still use conventional halogen bulbs, LED technology has come a long way and more and more vehicles come with LED lights as standard. Small, energy-efficient, and brighter than the standard halogen lights, LED technology is already on its way to becoming the standard in the automotive industry.
If your car does not come with LED lights from the factory, fear not as there are plenty of renowned manufacturers selling high-quality conversion kits for a wide variety of vehicles. As with other replacement automotive products, variety is plentiful, and choosing the right LED lights can be difficult. Luckily, we have compiled a list with some of the best options currently on the market.
A new performance version of the next Mercedes C-Class has been spotted during hot weather testing. More specifically, it is the milder C53 AMG variant. The car has been spotted being tested under the Southern European sun. The C-Class has always been important for the Mercedes brand, even though it’s the E-Class that is the most sold sedan of the entire lineup. Nevertheless, the C-Class will, once again, need to improve upon the very capable platform it has always been. With this in mind, here’s what we can expect.
Just like the people who live in different parts of the globe, the car world is diverse and multicultural. Although many great cars were produced over the years, for one reason or another some of them did not make it to certain regions of the world.
America is one of those places that missed out on some truly epic cars or they simply got lame versions of them, case in point being the BMW M3 E36. Not all is lost, however, as when a car becomes 25 years old, you can import it to the US regardless of whether it passed the required emissions and crash tests. Here’s what cars you can legally import in the U.S. in 2021.
5 Game-Changing BMWs Coming in 2021
BMW is one of the most popular manufacturers out there, with a long history of producing exciting performance cars despite being a luxury brand above all else. That said, because of the ever-increasing demand for more eco-friendly vehicles even manufacturers who praise themselves for making some of the most engaging automobiles in the business, have to deviate from their main principles, for the sake of staying relevant. Some of the more recent developments experienced by the Bavarian company are perfect examples that the winds of change are upon us, and these are some of the results, we will see in 2021.
The New Year is upon us and with it plenty of great offers to buy a new car. You only need to go to the local showrooms and the salespeople will start seducing you straight from the entrance with tasty offers or free services as a gift. If by any chance you decide you want to make yourself a present, this might very well be one of the best times to do so. It’s easy to get spoiled for a choice, so below are the best affordable new cars in 2020 you can buy now.
8 Fast Cars Coming In 2021
After the disaster that 2020 was, everyone is looking forward to 2021. As with most other things, companies have had to adapt to the changes and think of new ways to shows us their latest models. And although the constant drive for more eco-friendly automobiles makes the engineer’s job harder, we are glad to tell you that speed has not left the show and that there are more awesome cars on the way. Here are some very fast cars you can expect to make an appearance sometime in 2021.
Predictions for 2021 - What’s Coming, What’s Not, And Why You Should Care
Being as dynamic as it is, the automotive industry is full of unexpected turns. A lot of manufacturers broke off from their traditions in pursuit of sales or simply to adapt to the new market, while others go back to their roots. One thing is certain: it’s never boring for us car enthusiasts since every year we get new vehicles coming out as well as new concepts that hint at the future of the automotive industry as a whole. Here are some of the new things we can expect from 2021.
The Best Automotive Comebacks of the Century So Far
When we talk about legendary cars, we usually talk about those from the previous century, as in 1900 to 2000. In this period, many innovations and rivalries occurred, producing some truly epic cars in the process, while at the same time constantly evolving the car formula.
Despite the current focus being maximizing profit, carmakers occasionally bring back an old name or simply make a modern-day version of an old, legendary car to commemorate its success and to remind us of some of their highlights. Here are 10 such cars.
2021 Knight Vision R Hybrid
Car manufacturers often try to recreate some of the most iconic cars from years past. Whether they succeed in giving us a worthy successor or not is an entirely different story. One thing is certain – with an ever-increasing amount of regulations it’s getting more and more difficult to capture the spirit of the original car.
Knight International – a company best known for selling rare hypercars, has decided to have a go at it by making the Knight Vision R. Although it looks just like a heavily-modified 1960s Cobra, under the “skin” things are very different.
Can the Porsche 911 Turbo S Be Faster With Less Weight?
The new 992 generation of the Porsche 911 Turbo S is already a fact and is faster than ever. Porsche also announced some interesting future plans for the Turbo S. Sometime in the second half of 2021, a lightweight version of the Turbo S might be coming.
Given that the Turbo S is already mind-blowingly fast, it’s interesting to see how much more performance the engineers would be able to squeeze. Would we get a stripped-down, more track-focused “Superleggera” version? To get an idea of what we should expect, it’s worth looking at the brand’s more track-oriented 911 – the GT3.
The Best Free Mobile Racing Games for Android and iOS
As car enthusiasts, we all tend to have the need for speed every now and then. Some of us more often than others. If you, like us, dread the potential consequences of having fun with your car, fear not. Mobile racing games are as plentiful and as easy to get as ever. This means you can scratch your itch on that smart device in your pocket without any unpleasant aftereffects. Moreover, many of these racing games are free to play. Here are some of the best Android and iPhone mobile racing games you can play for free.
The rumors about a hot version of the Elantra are finally confirmed. A camouflaged Elantra with a significantly more aggressive body kit has been seen out doing tests. Similar to the European i30, the performance theme does not end with the N Line, but instead it continues with a full-blown performance version in the form of the Elantra N. Here is everything we know so far about the latest addition to Hyundai’s performance lineup.
For Shame: 13 Expensive Cars With Parts From Cheap Cars
Developing a new car is a time-consuming and more importantly very expensive process. This is especially true when designing a high-performance vehicle. Sometimes, in order to save a bit of money, car companies borrow various parts from less prestigious manufacturers. It is more acceptable when it comes to minor interior pieces, such as indicator stalks or climate controls, as they are not as obvious, but things are different when we talk about the more obvious exterior features. Here are 13 examples of expensive cars borrowing exterior parts from much cheaper models.
10 Concepts That Transitioned Nicely to Production Cars
Concept cars are awesome. They not only show us the future of car brands but also give designers the opportunity to unleash their creativity, giving us some jaw-dropping automotive marvels. Due to the countless regulations, however, production models often look significantly different than the prototypes we see at car shows.
That said, every now and then we get to see concepts that actually come true with a design very close or sometimes identical to the initially-intended. Here are 10 concept cars that made great transitions to production.
Best Remote Car Starters Reviewed 2020
Whether it is a freezing winter or a scorching hot summer, getting in your car in extreme weather conditions might just be the most awful morning experience in the world. Having the option to start your vehicle remotely gives you the opportunity to avoid shivering during winter mornings while your car’s heater starts blowing warm air. Here are the best remote car starters you can currently get.
Although car manufacturers often warn us against using any form of additives on a car’s engine or fuel system, there are those that stand out with undeniable qualities. Mechanics might still look at it as just another market plot which aims to take your money, in return for empty promises of improved engine performance and longevity. Some, however, come through and deliver. Here are 10 reasons why you should use Marvel Mystery Oil.
2022 Honda Civic Sedan
The Honda Civic has a long history of being one of the most sold compact cars in the world. Now, there is a new one on the way. The car has already been unofficially previewed through a number of leaked patent images and a number of renderings based on them.
The next-generation Honda Civic has been spotted wearing camouflage while being tested on public roads in its sedan version. Moreover, we now know how the prototype looks. Here’s what we can expect from the next-generation Honda Civic.
Everything We Learned About the Mid-Engined Ford Roush GN34 This Week
Over the years many high-performance cars have come and gone, some more memorable than others. In the 1960s, Ford created the GT40 – a LeMans-winning race car, which has achieved legendary status. Since then, every decade, Ford has been trying to come up with a worthy successor. The 1970s GT70 aimed to recapture some of that essence in a smaller form, while the 1995 GT90 wend balls-out, chasing the limits of what was possible. There is another attempt in the 1980s when Ford started returning to making performance versions of their streetcars. Here are 10 facts about the forgotten Ford GN34 prototype.
1995 Pininfarina Argento Vivo
The automotive world is one of enormous diversity. Quite often designers are given the green light to unleash their imagination giving us some truly amazing stuff. That said, the modern-day regulations has been cracking down harder and harder on the automotive design language, and many amazing concepts remained one-offs. Those with deep enough pockets, however, have a bit more luck than the average person. The Argento Vivo is one of those extremely rare cases where a concept car has been granted production status. Here are nine interesting facts about the unique roadster.
Best Radar Detectors - Reviewed
Although we do not condone speeding we understand that sometimes people need to drive above the speed limit. Whether you’ve been stuck in traffic and got an opening, you have to urgently get somewhere, or you just want to stretch your ride’s legs a bit, speed cameras could make your life difficult when you decide to “rest” your right foot on the gas pedal.
That’s where a radar detector may prove to be extremely useful, as long as they are legal in your region. There are countless offerings from various manufacturers, at different prices. If you are wondering which one to get, the list below might be the best place to start.
2022 Volkswagen Golf R Variant
Performance and practicality are two words that rarely go together. More often than not we talk about the perfect compromise between the two, rather than the perfect blend. That doesn’t stop manufacturers from trying to give us the best performing version of a normal car.
Station wagons, in particular, seem to be making a comeback and currently, Volkswagen is rigorously testing a more practical version of its Golf R – the Variant. Regardless of which version we talk about, the people’s car from Germany has always been a good all-rounder, but does the Golf R Variant still has what it takes to compete?
Forgotten Supercars: 10 Facts About the Aixam Mega Track
When we talk about French supercars, the first to come to mind are models from Bugatti’s lineup – the various versions of the Veyron, EB110, or the Type 57 Atlantique. And although many enthusiasts would quickly recite a long list of some of the most iconic supercars, there are those that remain in obscurity. The 1995-2000 Aixam Mega Track certainly is one of those forgotten supercars that may have been ahead of its time. Here are ten facts about this quirky French supercar.
Best Hot Wheels Tracks Ranked
One of the best ways to have fun when not behind the wheel of your actual car is with Hot Wheels track sets. Whether you are a kid at heart or you’re shopping for one, Hot Wheels offer enormous variety through many different sets, each with their unique features, design, and even stories. The variety is so big that it might be overwhelming when faced with the choice. Luckily for you, we did most of the heavy lifting. Here’s a list of the Top 10 best Hot Wheels Track sets currently out there.
Amazing European Concepts That Never Made it To Production
The old continent is home to some of the oldest automotive manufacturers. Since the late 19th century, they’ve been churning out legendary vehicles, many of which have become the poster car of their era.
Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing, Lamborghini Miura, Ferrari F40, Porsche 911, Jaguar F-type, McLaren F1, and many others. Each of them has its own contribution to automotive culture. There are those, however, that never made it into production. Nevertheless, they are some of the most epic concepts from European manufacturers that, sadly, never saw the light of day.
2022 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe
The new BMW 4 Series is already a fact. With the coupe and convertible versions being introduced, the new Gran Coupe is ready to make an appearance as well, thus expanding the 4 Series family.
BMW has always been a competitive brand across the board. That said, BMW came late to the four-door coupe party. A segment that has become rather competitive over the last decade. Although the Bavarian brand was beaten to the four-door coupe party, it eventually managed to regroup and now they have four different four-door coupes in their lineup. But has the new 4 Series still have what it takes to play the game?
Best Wiper Blades - Reviewed
The automotive industry being as vast as it is, gives ample opportunities for other peripheral industries to offer a variety of products. Because of this, even when it comes to the seemingly insignificant parts, we have countless options to choose from.
Windshield wiper blades are often dismissed as a rather insignificant aspect of the car, and when it’s time for them to be changed, people tend to go for whatever they find in the nearest service station. But should you really make a compromise with the parts responsible for how much visibility you have through your windshield? Here are the top 10 wiper blades currently available on the market.
The Coolest Asian Concepts That Never Made It To Production
Asian manufacturers have long been known to revolutionize the industry, with outside of the box thinking. This, more often than not, results in some pretty interesting concept cars which often steal the show. Sadly, for a car to enter into production it needs to pass certain tedious requirements, like how big the windows or side mirrors should be, or how high the headlights should be positioned.
Needless to say, this makes the job of both the designers and engineers more difficult, which is why many of the Asian concept cars on this list were never mass-produced.
2021 Honda Civic Sedan
Honda is known for many things. Having great racing history, making engines for land, sea, and air, as well as their reliable, economical, and cleverly-designed vehicles, like the Civic. One thing they are not associated with is sedans.
Even though they have given us fun sporty sedans, as well as comfortable luxury sedans, they don’t seem to be a part of their definitive portfolio. The new Civic is offered in both hatchback and sedan forms, and hatchbacks are generally known to be more practical, although that’s only partially true. This begs the question, does the Civic sedan have what it takes to survive the hatchback and crossover fever?
2021 Genesis G70
Crucial to every luxury brand is identity. Once we step up to the premium price range, a car is no longer a simple means of transportation. Part of that identity comes with the design language. And it seems the young Korean brand has finally found its definitive look. The G70 returns for round two, after adopting the brand’s Athletic Elegance design philosophy which we first saw on the G80. The premium sports sedan has no doubt appeared on the radar of many who are looking at the German trio, but can it continue to offer a nice blend of performance and luxury at a fair price?
2021 Hyundai Sonata N Line
It’s hardly any news by now that Hyundai has come a long way in a relatively short amount of time. What used to be a Korean budget car manufacturer years ago turned into an automotive force to be reckoned with. With the Sonata N-Line, Hyundai extends its performance lineup to its midsize sedan.
No doubt, this brings back memories from the times when we had affordable sporty sedans like the Volvo S60-T5, Mazdaspeed 6, and Subaru Legacy GT. Although the Crossover/SUV fever is still going strong, it will be interesting to see if the new Sonata N-Line marks the return of affordable sport sedans.
2021 Volkswagen Golf GTi Clubsport
For over 40 years the Golf has been defining and refining the hatchback formula. With generation eight, we get plenty of performance. And with the recent rise in performance in the hot hatch scene, the German brand had to bring a bigger gun in order to stay competitive. The Golf GTI Clubsport Mk8 is tailored specifically to the harsh terrain of the Nordschleife. Could they have made the ultimate hot hatch, or is it just an overly stiff grocery-getter? Let’s find out.
10 American Concept Cars That Should Have Been Mass Produced
Often, car companies like to give us hints at their future through their concepts. Sometimes, these prototypes aim to break established boundaries, while others pay homage to iconic models from the past and show us how a modern-day version could look like. Since these cars are not required to cover all tedious requirements a production version has to, the designers can go crazy with their creativity.
It’s no surprise then that concept cars are often the biggest head turners at car shows. Although every car brand has its own portfolio of interesting concepts, some of the most epic automotive art comes from the USA. Sadly, for one reason or another, many of these aesthetic and technological marvels remained prototypes. Here are some of the greatest American cars that never made it into production.
The Best Entry-Level Luxury Cars
Luxury cars give us more comfort, more technology, and better craftsmanship than normal run of the mill transportation. However, because it costs more to make even an entry-level luxury car, the price tag is often higher than that of a normal car. That said, the main reason we don’t see cheap luxury cars is the added value of the badge. More specifically, the associations of quality and prestige that come with it. Still, there is a chance for you to own a luxury car without breaking the bank. Here are some of the most affordable luxury cars that are currently on the market.
Best Headlight Restoration Kit
If you enjoy your car, you probably want it to look pristine, like it just came out of the showroom. Part of this involves keeping the headlight lens clean and shiny. More and more new vehicles come out with plastic headlight lenses, which degrade at an even quicker rate over time. Whether it’s dirty air, stone chips, or ultraviolet rays, over time the lens become hazy and yellow. This is not only aesthetically displeasing, but might affect the effectiveness of your headlights. Luckily, the products shown below are some of the best on the market and can be found in many stores.
Best OBD2 Scanner in 2020 - Reviewed
I am sure you will agree, one of the most dreaded images, for a car owner, is when the check engine light comes on. When that happens, it could be anything from a faulty sensor, to something serious, which is why having a good scan tool may be critical, as it will help determine whether it is a cheap and simple fix or something that may cost thousands of dollars. And although an onboard diagnostics scanner will not fix everything, it will eliminate any uncertainty, as to what problem your car has. This is exactly why we have compiled a short list, in order to help you decide, which is the best OBD2 scanner for you.
9 Attractive Cars That Won’t Break the Bank
The car world is a vast place, which offers something for everyone. And since the car is one of the inventions that captivated man’s imagination the most, almost everyone lusts after a nice set of wheels. Some people want the badge, as nothing speaks of success in the eyes of others like a luxury or exotic car parked in front of your house. Other, more sensible individuals, look for quality/price ratio. Another one is after the best “bang for the buck” option. Although nice cheap cars sound ideal, such propositions are hard to find, but the list below might just point you in the right way.
All-season tires are widely-regarded as the best all-round solution for all driving conditions. The general perception of all-season tires is that they have a mediocre performance, both in summer and winter driving conditions. For that reason, many still invest in dedicated sets of tires for the different periods of the year. However, with the advent of tire technology, you can now get an all-season tire which performs well, regardless of temperature or surface. That said, the tire market is almost as competitive as the automotive market which means it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the amount of options you have to choose from. But fear not! We have taken the time to narrow down the best performers when it comes to all-season tires. Without further due, here they are.
What Is The Carolina Squat?
Since the automobile has become more mainstream, the car scene has witnessed many trends, some considered to be unnatural. Since the early 2000s, we’ve seen riced out, the rise of stance, and slammed cars, as well as other diversions from a car’s factory settings. The Carolina squat is another “car condition” we can add to the list. The Carolina squat affects mostly trucks, and like the other alterations, mentioned above, it is intentionally done by the owner of the vehicle. So what is the Carolina squat, and where did it come from?
I think we can agree that cars and girls go quite well together. Sometimes, even more so than one might expect. There are more than a few examples of influential women in the car scene, whether it’s in motorsports or automotive media.
Faye Hadley, also known as the automotive technician from All Girls Garage, is one such example. Between being a car mechanic, entrepreneur, co-star in a TV car show, and a teacher, Faye is one of the most diverse and interesting car people. And although there is an undeniable charm to a woman who’s not afraid to get some grease under her fingernails, this begs the question, how did she get where she is, and what makes her tick? Here are a couple of facts you may not know about this charming car girl.
CVT vs. Automatic Transmission
In general, there are three types of transmissions – manual, automatic, and CVT. Each of them have their own pros and cons. The automatic and CVT gearboxes are similar in that they do not require driver input in order to change gears. However, where they differ is in the way they function internally. So what’s the difference? Let’s find out!
Mid-size luxury sedans are generally considered to be the sweet spot between comfort and performance. They are just the right size and usually offer a wide range of drivetrain options. The Jaguar XF is nearing its sixth production year and received a well-deserved facelift in order to continue to effectively rival the German trio in the luxury sedan segment. With this came new powertrain options, including a mild-hybrid version. Does the newly-revised XF offer something that’s worth giving it a second look? Let’s find out and see if it’s still a viable alternative to the usual suspects in the segment.
Mazda is known as one of those car manufacturers that like to do things a bit differently. From their use of rotary engines for their flagship sports cars and emphasis on perfect weight distribution to their elegant, quirky design, and refusal to give in to the downsizing trend. The CX-30 is one of the latest entries in Mazda’s lineup. It is a sub-compact crossover which places it in the same niche as the CX-3. Wouldn’t two offerings of the same segment create an internal competition? Not exactly. Thehe CX-3 is aimed at the entry-level sub-compact crossover segment, where it would go up against the likes of Chevrolet Trax, Ford EcoSport, and Nissan Kicks. At the same time, the CX-30’s goal is to steal clients from the likes of Honda HR-V, Nissan Rogue, and Subaru Crosstrek – models that represent the higher echelon of the sub-compact crossover segment. So, does it have what it takes?
Despite the crossover madness in recent years, the sedan niche is still one of the most popular and competitive segments when it comes to choosing your next daily driver. This is why the Hyundai Elantra is already in its seventh generation. Over the past decade, the Korean brand has been on a crusade to steal as many clients as possible from the likes of Toyota and Honda – brands that dominate the compact sedan segment with the Corolla and Civic models.
Over the last two decades, we experienced a lot of climaxes in the automotive industry. We saw great remakes, such as the Nissan GT-R, Mercedes SLS AMG, Alpine A110, and other iconic automobiles. In addition, a lot of manufacturers turned away from their traditions in order to keep up with the times. Jaguar made the I-Pace – their first EV – and Polestar went from being the performance division of Volvo to being its own brand, focusing on EVs and hybrids. The latest case of a brand turning away from its usual way of doing things is Maserati with its recent announcement of the Ghibli Hybrid.
Classic cars have always had a significant portion of the car scene. Whether we talk about vintage cars from the 1920s and 1930s, muscle cars from the 1960s, or European and Asian young-timers that have just achieved classic status, every category has their own dedicated community. And while the 1930s Mercedes-Benz 770-K is out of reach for most people, the 10 classics below will not get any cheaper. As some of them have already started appreciating in value, 2020 might be your last chance to get one of these at a reasonable price.
2021 Porsche Panamera GTS
2021 marks the introduction of a revamped version of the Porsche Panamera. The improvements span across the entirety of trim levels, from the base six-cylinder version, through the GTS, all the way to the Turbo and Hybrid versions of the sports saloon. The GTS package has always been the perfect balancing point between performance and comfort, for all Porsche models. This is especially true for the Panamera, as the main purpose of a sports saloon is to balance these two aspects, in particular. The 2021 Panamera GTS does this balancing act and more.