News ID : 2358
Publish Date : 12 April 2018 - 13:18
The 1990s offered so many performance cars, many of them have been nearly forgotten. The '90s were great for semi-secret performance cars.
Khodrocar - This is a celebration of the cars you that may have slipped most people’s minds, or that don’t get their fair share of the limelight, according to you.

Mercedes Benz 500E

The ridiculous AMG Hammer is the W124-chassis muscle car everyone remembers, but the 500E is a masterpiece too. Mercedes turned to Porsche to fit the 5.0 liter V8 from the 500SL roadster and an upgraded suspension to the relatively staid E Class. Subtle, but it could give an M5 from the era a run for its money.

BMW M3 Lightweight

Okay. Everyone knows the E36 M3, but did you know BMW made a super-limited lightweight version? BMW churned out 125 creatively named M3 Lightweights, which featured more aggressive suspension, a stripped out interior, a big rear wing and Motorsport graphics. If you can find one, expect to pay a hefty premium, though.

Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Quad 442

Despite its muscle car-inspired name, the Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais Quad 442 is the opposite of the 1960s convention. It is, however, a legitimate front-wheel-drive sport compact. With a 180 horsepower inline-four, the Cutlass Calais Quad 442 was an SCCA favorite.

Porsche 968 Club Sport

Porsche's short-lived 968 dwells in the shadow of its predecessor, the 944, and its successor, the Boxster. The 968 Club Sport was arguably the best non-turbo iteration of the 924/944/968 line, but everyone forgets it exists. It might be one of the best front-engined cars Porsche ever built.

Volvo 850 R

The 850R was the first time Volvo really let its hair down and partied. It made a very respectable 240 horsepower from its turbocharged five-cylinder, but looked subtle enough to blend into the background. Its spirit lives on today in the lovely V60 Polestar.


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