Available from 2006-2009, the Subaru Legacy 2.5GT spec.B flew in rare air right from the start. Only 500 of the super sleeper were brought to the U.S. in it's first year, 432 in 2007 and so few between 2008-2009 that the internet doesn't even know how many!
While the made-to-order Lexus LFA has sold out in June, it took Toyota's Motomachi plant another six month to make the #500 V10 supercar.
Subaru's now famous Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive is 40 years old. Contrary to what you might expect, the first couple of Subarus using it were not turbocharged racecars fighting against the mud and snow but rather affordable coupes and family cars in need of some extra grip. The Japanese company has been commited to…
We'd Never Drop A Dime On This 510
We see a lot of awesome rebuilt classics. People take old European sports cars, American muscle, and supercars and breathe new life into them. But this Washington State gearhead showed what can be accomplished with a $100 beater and a few good ideas.
Leave it to the Japanese to create car animation with such incredible attention to detail.
You didn't like our "Ten Cars and the Girls They Attract" feature? Well, here's our guide for gals on ten cars and the corresponding men they attract.
The primary concern of many males purchasing a vehicle (not us of course) is what type of member of the opposite sex it may lure. Here's ten cars and the corresponding women they attract.
The other day we showed you some cute little Japanese Kei cars converted to look like vintage American vans. Turns out they were the creation of a company called Dream Factory Blow. They're sort of an American-style surfing-obsessed customizing shop, but since they're in Japan, they work their magic on JDM rides.…
Apparently, the custom van fad of the '70s never died in Japan. But what if you want all the style of a vintage American full-size, but you need the efficiency and small size of a Japanese econobox? Well, do what these guys did, and convert the front end to look just like a Dodge or Chevy Van. Auto-Otaku found these…
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream racing! As you can see, JDM ice cream bars don't have wooden popsicle sticks like our USDM ice cream. Despite the resulting loss of downforce, the frozen treat manages to perform fairly well. We just hope that this is NOS-flavored.
Everybody has one of those of friends—you know, the person that seems to think he or she can park their El Suburbamino in places where the sun don't shine. Of course, as with many things, the Japanese have taken this mundane ritual and transformed it into an art form, complete with the obligatory game show.…