Most drives in cars are just that: drives, in cars. But every now and then, a drive is more than just a drive. It's a deeply transformative experience.
What I wouldn't give for a drive in the Fiat 500 Abarth 695 Biposto. It's what you get when you take one of our favorite cars on the market today, the 500 Abarth, and then strip it out and add a bunch of racing goodies. You'd need a good road to drive it on, though. Like the Top Gear test track.
The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta has 740 horsepower. That's a lot, to put it lightly. And what better way to put all those horses to work than to make them charge up a mountain? The noise that comes out is truly glorious.
Developing market "quality" gets a new poster boy here, in a chintzy little yellow car whose bumper was completely caved in by none other than a bicycle wheel. You can practically hear the self righteous hipster cheer (it's ironically silent) issuing forth from downtown Brooklyn right now.