Recently we learned that the Alfa Romeo 4C will keep its manual steering when it comes to the U.S., making it one of just two cars you can buy new without power steering. In this age of high technology, it's nice to see old-school tech get some love.
Thanks to strides in technology, new cars are faster, safer and more efficient than they have ever been. But as we Jalops know, the old ways often have more character, and sometimes old techniques have been so perfected that they can't be beaten.
That's our question of the day: What's the most old-school new car on the market today? I nominate the Jeep Wrangler, which I recently had a blast driving around Puerto Rico. Sure, you can get it with navigation these days and it has a very modern engine, but it's still body on frame with live axles front and rear. It's hard to argue with the results.
Your turn. What's the best new car that harks back to the old days? Just to be clear, this includes the international market, not just cars you can buy in the U.S.