As automotive enthusiasts you all know how hard it can be to pick a single favorite car. Why limit yourself to just one, then? Some things come best in pairs.
It’s the perfect summer/winter combo. Subaru’s rally-proven all-wheel drive system in the STI for those restless winters and the BRZ’s insanely direct steering for summer track days and autocross. Now available in a matching
Yas Marina Blue hyperblue color!
Suggested By: Justin Hughes, Photo Credit: Subaru
The best of Volvo then and the best of Volvo now all stuffed into one perfect garage. Best of all, if/when the P1800 breaks down, you have a solid tow vehicle ready!
They’re two very angry American cars just waiting to be tamed. One for that pure ‘Murica on-track driving experience and the other to tackle anything and everything that might jump in your path.
Suggested By: Titan-E34, Photo Credit: Ford
These are the two furthest ends of the Mercedes-Benz product line. The Maybach S600 has one of the most luxurious interiors on the luxury car market while the SLS AMG Black Series is a completely full-on and brutal AMG track car. And as reader wakers01 proclaimed:
One for me to drive, and one for someone else to drive me around in.
Everyone needs a ‘70s/’80s Japanese sports car once in a while. For some people, it can be the perfect dynamic duo. I’ll let reader Yuranium explain from his experience.
AE86 GTS and Nissan S30. One is basically a Miata with a fixed roof, backseat and usable trunk, and the other is classically beautiful sports car with a big fuel-injected 170hp inline six that loves to stretch its legs, and well-balanced on its ahead of its time 4-wheel independent suspension. Both are completely usuable as daily drivers due to their incredible reliability (if maintained), and available air-con. They also have the added bonus of letting you live your Initial D and Wangan Midnight fantasies anytime you feel like it.
These two deliver a classic feel and experience, but with the best of today’s technology. Oh, and you don’t have to concern yourself too much with being stranded on the side of the road. Remind me why I should buy a brand new car again?
Suggested By: zanedeg, Photo Credit: Singer/Icon
You get one of the finest driver-centric performance experiences when you want it, then a properly ludicrous hint of the future for every other day. With the Tesla Model S’ dual motor all-wheel drive system, it isn’t unreasonable for the car to be used all year long, while the GT4 gets nice and cosy in the garage waiting for its next track day or weekend drive.
Suggested By: ScoobsMcGee, Photo Credit: Porsche/Jalopnik (P85D shown)
Don’t be limited by the restraints that come with your average pickup. Grab a Ford Transit, tow your Spec Miata race car, throw a bed in the back and live down by the river, er, trackside at each race weekend.
Back when New Wave was actually cool and Jerry Garcia was still kicking around (fare you well up in heaven Jerry!), two of the most important and iconic cars to ever roll upon this earth had been born. Having either of them in your garage today would probably mean you’re some sort of insane collector, but what if you had both? And they were your only cars?
Now if only we could squeeze the McLaren F1 in there...
You have a BMW E30 M3 at the ready for a full-on spirited driving experience then one of the most versatile and exhilarating luxury SUVs on the market for everything else.
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