This 7 Cars Need To Make A Comeback
The history has witnessed many iconic cars on road. It is a complete sight of delight to see such awe-inspiring cars on road. Most cars, though, did not live that long. And many of the greatest designs are gone to us forever. But, bringing back old and reliving the legacy is the new trend. Here in this article we have mentioned 7 cars that deserves a comeback. There will be a look of ecstasy among the motorheads to see this cars back on road.
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1. Lamborghini LM002
The Lamborghini LM002 had completely changed the design and styling of the brand. It is now difficult to find one around, the rarity of the car has made it collectors favourite. Notably, one of the LM092 is on sale in Miami, FL for a whooping pricetag of $269,951. Since the production run ended in 1993, enthusiasts will love to see the rugged SUV back on sale.
2. Mitsubishi Lancer Evo
The Lancer EVO is the most popular car around the globe. It is known as an affordable and dependable compact sedan, the sporty Lancer was loads of fun to drive. Although we know the company didn’t cancel the Lancer in every market but we all definitely want the evo back. The evo will definitely smoke out all the new so called sporty sedans out there. The company has no plans for next gen Lancer evo but we hope they give a affirmative response to the fans.
3. Dodge Viper
The Dodge Viper is indeed an absolute American icon. The refined engine offered by the company churns out impressive power. The output and dynamics of the car still makes us go crazy for it. The Viper was officially out from production in 2017. The last genration Viper featured a 8.4 litre engine but it could not meet new safety standards. Enthusiasts still miss the aero and handling. We hope that dodge revive the Viper nameplate very soon.
4. Volkswagen Corrado
The Volkswagen group is very particular about inovations. The Volkswagen Corrado is a sporty two-door hatch. The sharp looking hatch was ahead of you its time both in terms of design and tech. It featured active rear spoilers which made it the first car on road to have one. Thr company themselves state that the Corrado has influenced many of there global products. Let’s see if the legator gets back on road.
5. Honda S2000
The S2000 was one of the most sophisticated and premium model from Honda. It featured a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter engine. It will be a joyful sight to see the same styling along with powerfull Type R K20C1 engine. Earlier, rummors suggested that Honda is planning to revive the S2000, but no further signs are seen. Let’s hope that Honda soon come up with plans to roll out the all new S2000 in the market.
6. Plymouth Prowler
The Plymouth Prowler, later the Chrysler Prowler, is a retro-styled production car manufactured by DaimlerChrysler. It was produced between 1997 to 2002. The Prowler was bold in design which look fantastic with the retro accent. Unfortunately, poor drivetrain failed to impress the masses. An amazing engine and powerful spec can help the company for revival of the hot rod. The new modern Prowler will absolutely look sick back on road.
7. Mitsubishi Starion
The Mitsubishi Starion was set out to be the part of the JDM heroes. Notably, many aficionado ended up naming it as ‘Japanese Mustang’. The Starion is a two-door, turbocharged four-cylinder rear-wheel drive sport car which was manufactured between 1982 to 1989. The motorsport history of car is also noteworthy. the Starion became best known for consecutive wins in endurance racing. It will be great if Mitsubishi revives the Starion which can compete with the pony cars.
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