In 1979, the SAAB 900 Turbo set a new bar for how much power and grunt a safe and boring family saloon should have - no wonder its older brother was a jet plane!
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This V12 beast, with the Le Mans aero package, had enough punch to get to speeds near 400 km/h - that's a trivial 250 mph for you, imperialists.
The best Ferrari's were always built with a particular purpose. The F40 was designed for speed and performance, a car specifically engineered to beat the Porsche 959. This meant that it that it would need to become the first production car to reach the mythical 200 mph mark.
Italian racing driver - and mostly dark green painted exotic car collector - Eugenio Amos’ plan when he set off creating a resto-mod version of the Delta Integrale was to "MAKE LANCIA GREAT AGAIN" - and yes, there's a hat for this one too.
The Ruf CTR shocked the industry when it blew away Porsche and Ferrari supercars in the late 80s. It's also the star of the most exciting Nordschleife lap ever recorded. The mix of sheer performance, exclusiveness and media frenzy made it an instant icon, that we celebrate here with the tartan seat pattern of the 30th Anniversary edition.
“I love the underdog and have a penchant for four-doors and sleepers.” – Kevin Wesley, Racing Driver and President of Wesley Motorsports Wesley Mo...
Saved only for an elite club of performance machinery, the RS badge - meaning Rennsport, the German word for racing - is arguably the world's most revered sports car nameplate.
The 917 is often referred to as "the best race car ever". It's universally revered as one of the most successful racing cars of all time and its certainly the most famous ever built by Porsche