Curse your tongue with your muscle car hatred ha. Im a huge believer of a good tune will make any car a fun/toreable driver
Good point. That's why most muscle cars should stick to going in a straight line.Old muscle cars aren´t suppose to handle like new plastic little sportscars. That´s the joy of driving one.
What´s the point of having all the 1000 cars, if they all handle the same way?
Cars that are trying to kill you whenever they had the chance :
RUF CTR Yellowbird
Lancia Stratos (especially when offroad )
Toyota MR2 '86
Nismo GT-R LM (may just be my own setup of it though)
Cars that are too easy to drive and abit "grey" (not necessarily a bad car):
X2010/11 (when you haven't mastered it)
Anything too low powered on too high tyres
Cars that need to be driven like a maniac and give you a big smile (fun cars):
Mini Cooper 1.3i
Cars that are just great to drive:
Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2
GT by Citroen Race Car (when not in onboard view)
Nissan R390 GT1 Race Car (with no power limiter)
Honda Integra Type R RM
Lotus Elise 111R
Cars that interest you but drive rubbish:
HKS CT230R (pre spec II)
Caterham Seven Fireblade
Bugatti Veyron (handling only)
Mercedes SL 600 (handling only...sometimes)
Audi R10 TDI (speed only (for its class))
Cars that you are not even bothered to drive:
Amuse S2000 GT1 Turbo
Nissan Skyline GTS
Cars that are good but not great:
Most other things not on the other lists
Cars that are to be driven like old lady:
Anything with Comfort Hards on if I'm not drifting
Actually, I'd say there's more joy in taking a muscle car round a track like the 'ring, IMO it's too easy to drive either of those anywhere, muscle cars are a real challenge in comparison, but then again, maybe it's just meGood point. That's why most muscle cars should stick to going in a straight line.
The BMW M3 or the 458 Italia... there's joy in driving those... not muscle cars...
Haha funny thread idea and I agree pretty much on all the picks you made.
I was able to tame most of these beasts though: https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/showthread.php?t=222154
I don't know if you include race cars, but the 1970 Toyota 7 is definitely trying to kill you.