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10 Hatchbacks To Keep Your Eye On in 2022

10 Hatchbacks To Keep Your Eye On in 2022

One could argue that 2022 will be the year of the hatchback

Hot hatchbacks have come a long way since their inception in the seventies. The current hot hatches have an accepted formula: taking a standard model, increasing the engine output, and beefing up the suspension to go around corners a bit too quickly. The current high-performance versions offer between 250 and 400 horsepower, with better agility than they did decades ago. The emissions and running costs are infinitely much better. For 2022, automakers have upped the ante with a few offerings that will maintain the ongoing theme. So, with that said, here’s a list of 10 hatchbacks to look out for in 2022.

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The Cheapest Ferraris Money Can Buy Today (2022)

The Cheapest Ferraris Money Can Buy Today (2022)

Here’s a comprehensive guide to the cheapest Ferraris that money can buy today

The cheapest new Ferrari on sale today starts at over $210,000, which is a lot of money. But, what if you want the full-fat experience of owning a prancing horse without having to break the bank? Fear not because we have compiled a list of proper Ferraris that will make you look like a million bucks for the price of a new Accord!

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The Cheapest Porsche Money Can Buy In 2022

The Cheapest Porsche Money Can Buy In 2022

You really don’t need to spend a fortune to get a nice Porsche, but you do need to know what to look for

Porsche is a brand revered by auto enthusiasts around the world. Though the Stuttgart-based marque is best known for its 911 range which tends to fetch top dollar, especially the older cars, it makes them inaccessible to the masses. But, Porsche DNA has blessed a lot of other models over the years that you can buy without breaking the bank or selling your kidney. Here are our top Porsche picks for enthusiasts on a budget:

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The 12 Fastest Cars in the World Ranked

The 12 Fastest Cars in the World Ranked

Of all the cars in the world, only one has a verified top speed record above 300 mph

The first production car with a recorded speed was the 1894 Benz Velo that had a top speed of just 12 mph. Few verified records exist from that point until around 1950, when the Jaguar XK120 set a production car speed record of 124.6 mph (not to be confused with the tuned prototype that managed to hit 133 mph) From this point on, it became a trend for automotive publications to do their own top speed test. Even the venerable McLaren F1 was tested by Car & Driver, and in 2005 we got our first government-official speed record set by the Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 and verified by German inspection officials in 2005. It was that moment when the official challenge between manufacturers kicked off, and since then there have only been a handful of cars up to breaking the record. This list covers the top 10 fastest cars in the world, ranked from slowest to fastest.

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The Funnest and Quirkiest Rear-Wheel Drive hatchbacks Ever Made

The Funnest and Quirkiest Rear-Wheel Drive hatchbacks Ever Made

Here’s a look at 5 cars that deserve a spot in the history books for bringing RWD to the fun-sized hatchback segment.

Rear-wheel drive in compact hatchbacks has never been a thing and for a good reason. An RWD architecture needs a lot of space, which is in short supply for hatchbacks. The transmission eats into the rear legroom and while the rear axle can eat into boot space. In addition, the longitudinal engine layout required in most cases also means longer hoods, which makes them bigger and, obviously, totally against the ethos of a compact and practical hatchback. But that didn’t stop certain manufacturers from trying their hand at this layout for their hatchbacks, so here’s a list of the top 5 most memorable RWD hatchbacks of all time.

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Drop Top Utility: SUVs That Skipped Utility to go Topless

Drop Top Utility: SUVs That Skipped Utility to go Topless

These are the finest and quirkiest production SUVs that aimed at stealing the thunder from conventional convertibles

SUVs have had a rich yet troubled history when it comes to confining to a single shape or form. It is a pretty common sight to see people driving around in "coupe SUVs" these days and petrol heads forbidding their existence. But Coupe SUVs are nothing in comparison to the five convertible SUVs that we have lined up for you. And before you ask, no we aren’t talking about one-off models and custom rat rods, this list is solely comprised of production SUVs that anyone could have brought straight from their nearest dealership.

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The 15 Most Practical High-Performance Sports Cars You Can Buy In 2022

The 15 Most Practical High-Performance Sports Cars You Can Buy In 2022

These 15 sports cars prove that you don’t need to sacrifice practicality for high performance

Practicality is, often, an afterthought when it comes to high-performance sports cars. If you are on the market for one, there’s a good chance that practicality is not among your top priorities or that you have another, more practical vehicle. With that said, not all sports cars are made equal, with some of them being surprisingly practical. Here are 15 sports cars that are more usable than you might think.

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Worthy Alternatives To The 2023 Subaru Outback

Worthy Alternatives To The 2023 Subaru Outback

The 2023 Subaru Outback makes a strong case for high-riding station wagons, over SUVs, but you might want to consider these vehicles too

The 2023 Subaru Outback is here and it seems to be the closest to being an SUV without actually being out. For as long as we can remember, the Outback has, essentially, been a raised Subaru Legacy station wagon (estate). While the Outback has always made a solid case for high-riding station wagons, the 2023 model is taking it to the next level. That said, considering the price-range of the Outback, there are other worthy alternatives, you might want to consider, and here they are.

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16 Cars That Are Actually Five-door Hatchbacks

16 Cars That Are Actually Five-door Hatchbacks

These modern-day cars are secretly hatchbacks and are hiding in plain sight

Excluding the hot hatch segment, the hatchback body style is rarely associated with performance. And while the first hatchback came in 1936, eventually giving way to other derivatives like the liftback and station wagon/estate, certain cars seem to be hiding the fact, they are actually hatchbacks. These few are the worst offenders that hide in plain sight.

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Cheapest Hybrid Cars

Cheapest Hybrid Cars

Here’s a list of the cheapest hybrid cars that you can get for under $30,000

Ever wondered why hybrid cars are priced slightly higher than their gas-only siblings? Hybrid cars are more efficient, and depending on your car choice, you may have to visit the gas station less often. You can save a lot of money over the years. In a broader perspective, hybrid powertrains cause lower CO2 emissions, offer more linear accelerations, and sometimes put out more power than their non-hybrid counterparts. Seems like a win-win situation, right? What if we simplify and list out five of the most popular and cheaper hybrid cars which you can buy for less than $30,000? Let’s dive in.

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Fast and Forgotten - Rarest and Coolest Lamborghinis from the Past Century

Fast and Forgotten - Rarest and Coolest Lamborghinis from the Past Century

Old Lambos bring with them a sense of occasion that none of its contemporary counterparts could manage back in the day, especially the cars flagged off under the reign of Ferruccio Lamborghini himself. Over the years, there have been plenty of limited runs and one-off Lamborghinis from the Diablo VT 6.0 SE to the Sesto Elemento and Sian, but in this article, we will take a look at some of the rarest and relatively unknown series production Lamborghini’s made in the 20th century.

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Fun Toyota Performance Models That Don't Get The Attention They Deserve

Fun Toyota Performance Models That Don’t Get The Attention They Deserve

8 Toyota performance models that never got the attention they deserved; you probably didn’t know some of them

Toyota is on a roll, churning out exciting models, graced by Gazoo Racing’s motorsport prowess. We have the GR86, GR Supra, GR Yaris, and now, the GR Corolla. Of course, Toyota has its fair share of exciting models from before the current GR lineup, such as the Mk IV Toyota Supra, Celica GR-Four, and others, but there are some Toyota performance models that, for some reason, never got the attention they deserved, like the ones below.

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5 of the Coolest and Collectable Fast Wagons on the Planet

5 of the Coolest and Collectable Fast Wagons on the Planet

List of the coolest series production station wagons that are sure to increase in value

It seems people are climbing back onto the estate car bandwagon and the likes of Porsche’s Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sports Turismo and the Mercedes E63-S AMG are definitive proof that fast wagons are still relevant. In this article, we shall pay homage to some of the dearly departed station wagons from yesteryears. But these aren’t your everyday estates for the school run, these are some of the fastest and coolest wagons that were overlooked, but now hold the potential of being future classics and collectibles.

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The 13 Best Big-Block Muscle Cars Featured On AutoTopiaLA

The 13 Best Big-Block Muscle Cars Featured On AutoTopiaLA

These are the most epic custom muscle cars, powered by big-block V-8s, featured on AutoTopiaLA

The world of custom cars is as vast as the globe and there’s always another epic build in the works. Luckily, there are channels like AutoTopiaLA that showcase many of these builds. And while they are all great in their own right, there’s nothing quite like the sheer power of a big-block muscle car. Without further due, here are the 13 best big-block muscle cars ever featured on AutoTopiaLA.

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The 10 Most Iconic American Cars From The 1990s

The 10 Most Iconic American Cars From The 1990s

The 90s might not have been prime time for american cars, but we still had some icons

When you think of iconic American cars, you probably think of the late-1960s and early-1970s Muscle cars. While things, pretty much went to hell after that, the car situation had, gradually, improved by the 1990s and car enthusiasts in the US, once again, had plenty of great, high-performance American cars to choose from. Without further due, here are the most iconic American cars from the 1990s.

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Weird Cars and Their Even Weirder Engines

Weird Cars and Their Even Weirder Engines

Here’s a wild mashup of some of the coolest cars with the quirkiest engines to bless the streets of the world and the hearts of countless enthusiasts

Over the years, road cars have gone through many changes and now we are at a time when we have truly mastered the internal combustion engine, but if it wasn’t for the unique, quirky, and cutting edge engines on this list, we wouldn’t have the incredible hypercars and the frugal econoboxes that we love and enjoy today. In this article, we shall look at 9 of the most unique internal combustion engines, that pushed the boundaries of engineering and paved the way for the cars of today.

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Cars That Have More Than Two Turbochargers

Cars That Have More Than Two Turbochargers

When twin-turbos are not enough. These cars pack engines with more than two turbocharges

For better or worse, forced induction is becoming more and more common among internal combustion engines. This almost exclusively means turbochargers, although superchargers are not entirely phased out yet. High-performance cars in particular come with two turbochargers, which seems to be the standard. There are, however, a few exceptions that boast more than two turbochargers, and here they are.

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The Greatest 1960s Factory Race Cars From GM

The Greatest 1960s Factory Race Cars From GM

In the 1960s, GM made a series of epic, factory race cars, you could buy. These are the greatest among them

Back in the 1960s, when motorsport was the best way to advertise a company’s performance models, American car manufacturers went crazy with drag and NASCAR-focused versions of their muscle cars that were street-legal. GM was among the more innovative American carmakers to introduce such packages, optimizing the performance of existing models, in order to give them a racing edge. Here are the greatest 1960s Factory Race cars, from GM.

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The Best Luxury Cars Under $70,000

The Best Luxury Cars Under $70,000

Here’s a list of 5 luxury cars that will not cost you a fortune.

Many of us dream of owning a luxury car, and it would certainly feel amazing, but the cost of owning one is quite humbling. The combination of a powerful engine, a beautifully tailored cabin, excellent comfort, practicality for everyday use, and loaded with current-gen tech are some of the traits of a luxury car. However, you don’t have to choose between a Rolls-Royce, an Aston Martin, a Bentley, or a Mercedes-Maybach, all of which cost more than $100,000. There are actually some fine luxury cars under $70,000, and this is a list of our 5 favorites.

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The Rarest Cars in the Fast and Furious Saga

The Rarest Cars in the Fast and Furious Saga

These are the rarest cars, featured in the Fast and Furious movies

The Fast and Furious movies are a usual pastime for many car enthusiasts. Many iconic JDM cars like the Supra and Skyline have achieved cult status, due in no small part to being featured in the F&F saga. But around the fifth movie, the car Fast and Furious cars started to gradually become more expensive and rare, with some having less than 10 examples built. Without further due, here are the rarest Fast and Furious cars.

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The Best Porsche Paint-To-Sample Colors

The Best Porsche Paint-To-Sample Colors

These are the best Porsche colors from the Paint-to-sample program; some of them date back to the 1950s

Porsche remains a brand that heavily advocates tradition. While the 911 is one of the most obvious examples of that, Porsche’s paint-to-sample program takes it a step further, allowing you to create your own custom color and send it to Porsche for approval. You can also choose from a list of approved custom colors, many of which harken back to Porsche’s past. With this in mind. Here are the best Porsche paint-to-sample colors.

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The Most Powerful Naturally Aspirated Cars

The Most Powerful Naturally Aspirated Cars

Who needs forced induction? These 20 cars pack the most powerful naturally-aspirated engines

Naturally-aspirated engines do not rely on turbos or superchargers to make big horsepower, and as such, they either need to have a large displacement or be capable of high RPMs. Some of the greatest engines, ever made are naturally aspirated and unfortunately, some of them have already been replaced with smaller turbocharged units. With that being said, it is our duty, as enthusiasts, to remember them. Without further due, these are the greatest and most powerful NA cars ever made.

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