Haven't you ever wanted a Dodge Charger pickup?
What is a Jerrari? In broad terms, it's a Jeep Wagoneer that's had a Ferrari V12 engine transplanted under the hood.
While the Cygnet might have been a complete failure from a sales perspective, it did play a crucial role as the death knell for the old way of doing things at Aston Martin.
The Alliance and the Encore were far from sporty, and yet, almost immediately each had a bi-coastal, largely-forgotten, multi-year, single-marque racing series sanctioned by IMSA
Although not every kei car is worthy of being lusted after, there are a number of intriguing options out there that should appeal to fans of sporty, and unusual, automobiles, all at a price that makes them hard to ignore.
The "American engine in a European chassis" concept was a fairly popular one throughout the '60s and '70s.
The story of the Cadillac 8-6-4 engine is a tale of hubris and terrible tech.
Nowadays, a turbocharged commuter car is the rule, but once upon a time it was stepping way out of line with the rest of the market.
Jaguar and Aston Martin may just have classic fans reconsidering whether it's time to install a charging station in the garage.