With so much attention focused on the record-breaking classic car sales and their rapidly increasing values, many enthusiasts often wonder which cars of today will be collectible down the road.
The forbidden fruit of the future classics realm is now beckoning to be taken.
Exotic styling. Limited production numbers. Breakthrough technology.
Most powerful and quickest factory version to arrive later this year
“The five-speed was standard equipment, though very few customers did not opt for the three-speed automatic."
Lamborghini Centenario owners have first-world problems
Everybody down to the youngest of gearheads knows about the fourth generation Toyota Supra, primarily because of its many appearances in popular video games as well as the “The Fast and the Furious” film series.
When the Mazda MX-5 Miata was unveiled at the 1989 Chicago Auto Show, it was nothing less than a revelation.
That’s the road, not the race track.
When we decided to launch a weekly series entitled “Future Classics,” one of the first vehicles on our list was the Toyota FJ40.