France knows a thing or two about unusual and quirky cars. However, for this week’s Want, we might have found the oddest French car around. Called the Citroën 2CV Sahara, it takes the concept of AWD and stands it on its head.
Welcome to the 100th edition of the Wednesday Want! To celebrate in style we are once again bringing you a piece of Gran Turismo history. However, unlike the Art Morrison Corvette and the ‘51 Ford Coupe, this car is not from the GT Awards. Instead, it has an important connection to GT Academy.
The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is not a bad truck. However, if you’re a fan of vintage trucks it’s not really something you’d give a second glance to. This week’s Want fixes this though. With the body of a Ford F100 and the soul of an SLK, it’s where Americana and Euro-style clash.
If you want to own piece of Gran Turismo history, then you’re in luck. The winner of the coveted 2016 Gran Turismo Award, Bruce Leven’s 1951 Ford Coupe, is up for sale. Due to this, it only makes sense to showcase this awesome car in the edition of the Wednesday Want.
It’s time for another anniversary in the automotive world. This time around it’s Abarth, which is celebrating its 70th birthday this year. To celebrate this milestone, we are dedicating this week’s Want to one of the company’s giant killers, the 1000TC.
The Outback, Vegemite, and a population of overly venomous animals. These are just a handful of things Australia is known for. However, when it comes to the automotive world nothing is more quintessentially Australian than the ute. That’s why for this week’s Want we are heading Down Under with the HSV Maloo.
On March 29, 1974, the first VW Golf rolled off the production line. Now 45 years later, the Golf’s production number is over 38 million. To celebrate this milestone, we’re dedicating this week’s Want to the iconic hatchback. But just any Golf won’t do, which is why we’re taking a look at one of the strangest: the Golf Country Syncro.
In today’s automotive market, the idea of a performance SUV is not that strange. It seems like virtually every company has some sort of sporty version of its SUV or crossover — or coupe crossover. So where did it begin? For this week’s Want, we’re looking at exactly that, the genesis of the performance SUV, the GMC Typhoon.
If you’re a family man, chances are owning a sports car isn’t in the cards. You need to haul kids, their stuff, and everything else along the way. However, for this week’s Want, we think we found the perfect solution. As what is probably the coolest people carrier around, meet the TH Automobile TH2.
Today we think nothing about seeing a Honda on the road. Cars like the Accord and Civic are commonplace and often rank high in the list of best selling vehicles. But where did it all start? In this week’s Want we go back 50 years to take a look at the genesis of Honda cars in the US, the N600.
Do you ever wish you could just pick up and go where ever you want? Maybe you want to explore the wilds of Alaska or the jungles of South America? If this sounds right up your alley, then this edition of the Wednesday Want is for you with a pair of overland ready Toyota trucks.
Last week we told you about the first ever Nissan Skyline GT-R, which made its debut in 1969. For this week’s Want, we’re moving the narrative ahead a few generations to continue the GT-R story with the R32.
For this week’s Want, we’re going a little more utilitarian than most of our previous entries. However, it’s still a vehicle that’s creating quite a buzz since it just landed in Forza Horizon 4 thanks to the latest Car Pass update. This is, of course, the Ford Transit van.
Boeing is currently working to answer the question “where’s my flying car?” It’s still a way off, but thankfully for those who want to combine two modes of transportation there’s another option. This is, of course, the amphibious car. For this week’s Want, we will take a look at the fastest of these hybrid vehicles, the WaterCar Panther.
The Mini brand is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. To honor this accomplishment, this week’s Want will focus in on the famous Cooper, albeit with a bit of a twist. Instead of the base car, we’re going to take a look at the unusual Broadspeed GTS Works.
Are you a fan of The Fast and the Furious franchise? Considering two cars from the series ended up in the top three of our World Cup of Movie Cars, we imagine several of you are. Due to this, we have a special Want in store for you this week featuring a massive 34 vehicle lot of cars related to the films.
Automotive design is a tricky thing. There are regulations to meet and aerodynamics to consider, all while taking into account what looks good. However, sometimes designers can throw caution to the wind. Ken Okuyama is one of those designers and two of his creations are the subject of this week’s Want.
If we have one suggestion for a New Year’s resolution, it’s to buy a race car. Why? Because race car of course! If you share the same sentiment as us, then this Wednesday Want is for you. In it, we will take a look at a few vehicles currently for sale to help get you behind the wheel of a racing machine.
If you want to own a piece of Gran Turismo history, now’s your chance. At the upcoming Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, the Art Morrison Enterprises (AME) 3G Corvette will cross the block. This makes it a perfect candidate for this week’s Want.