22 Nefarious ’90s Vehicles the End of a Millennia

22 Nefarious ’90s Vehicles the End of a Millennia


Number Twenty-two
Not only is this car super clean, but it was
once the fastest production car in the world.
The first XJ220 prototype was going to contain
a 48-valve Jaguar racing V-12 but, was deemed
too large, and was switched to a 24-valve
twin-turbocharged V-6.
Number Twenty-one
The 94 Prelude was cleeeeaaaaann man, It made
some major changes from the previous models
getting rid of the “boxy” style for a
more rounded look as well as integrating a
VTEC system.
Number Twenty
This bangin’ supercar is an extremely rare
breed. Only 17 of the Vector W8’s were sold
to the public. It was wicked fast too with
a quarter mile time of 12 seconds, a full
2 seconds faster than the Ferrari Testarossa.
Number Nineteen
This tiny little mid-engine ‘Kei Car’
was made my Mazda but sold under its Autozam
brand. Unfortunately, during the time of the
AZ-1, Japan was in the middle of a massive
recession causing production to stop.
Number Eighteen
This car was on nearly every 90s kids wall
in the form of a poster and was all that and
a bag of chips. The Diablo was named after
a fighting bull raised by the Duke of Veragua
in the 19th century.
Number Seventeen
Back in High School, if you wore a wifebeater,
sported a Joe Dirt mullet, and thought Miller
High Life really was the champagne of beers,
then you probably drove a GMC Syclone. That
being said, this tight ride was turbocharged
and was once the fastest stock pickup truck
in the world.
Number Sixteen
A pimpin’ ride back in the day and still
insanely popular to this day, the foxbody
era of the Mustangs will never be forgotten.
This, however, was the last year of that bangin’
body style.
Number Fifteen
This brutal machine was an insanely powerful
package delivered to us straight from Japan.
It was called the GTO in Japan and was later
rebranded as the Dodge Stealth.
Number Fourteen
The supa’ fly Celica got an insane facelift
in the 90s moving from a boxy body to some
stylin’ curves. There was a 4-wheel steering
system but it was for the Japanese market
only, Whack dawg…
Number Thirteen
This straight bangin’ monster had everybody
saying, Holy Schnikes! It was Japan’s first
try at a supercar, and it was ready to throw
down. The NSX name stands for “New Sports
Car Unknown World.”
Number Twelve
Shut up Haters, the Miata is off the heasy!
It was easy to work on, comfortable, and wicked
fun to drive. Plus, it came as a hardtop or
soft top, what’s not to love?
Number Eleven
Man, this car is slammin! The freakin’ engine
bay of the F1 is made with GOLD and was the
first production car to use carbon fiber to
make the body of the car.
Number Ten
This chill little coupe had a bit of an identity
crisis being sold under a few different names.
It was sold in the UK as the Vauxhall Tigra,
in Australia as the Holden Tigra, and in Brazil,
Argentina, and Mexico as the Chevrolet Tigra.
Number Nine
This car is probably the worst on the list….PSYCH!
The EB110 was a righteous supercar with a
slammin’ amount of power. Another rare breed,
only 84 were ever completed.
Number Eight
The DB7 is super dank! Not only is it all
luxury but it has the power to get jiggy with
it. It is also the most popular and best-selling
Aston Martin to date.
Number Seven
All Right, so everybody loves a Ferrari buuuuuut,
maybe not this one. This one comes with MAD
maintenance cost including a routine engine-out
service that is required every three to five
years, costing $10,000 and up.
Number Six
This killer car was alllllll thaaaat. More
than $400 million was spent developing the
original engine. The Toyota manufactured car
was sold under the Lexus luxury brand because
they were buggin out that people might not
trust a luxury car from Toyota.
Number Five
This car is THE BOMB. If you don’t think
so, you can eat my shorts man. It was 200lbs
lighter than the previous models and was incredibly
modifiable. Plus, it’s the original 10-second
car.
Number Four
This tight little ride was Subaru’s first
and only low-slung sports coupe. It had some
whack tiny little windows and only about half
of it rolled down. Even weirder than that,
the sunroof is made of metal instead of glass.
Number Three
The stellar little Toyota before you was mainly
sold in Southeast Asia and its name means
“Deer” in English. Yep, just Deer. Kinda
looks like a toaster morphed into
a car.
Number Two
Isuzu designed the Geo Storm, but it didn’t
quite catch the world by storm. While this
car was sold as a sports car it was lacking
most of the power that came with a sports
car. Bugg’n
Number One
Brutal. Bangin’. Dope. Dank. This car changed
everything and was lovingly referred to as
GODZILLA. Not available in the US originally
the R32 has already celebrated its 25th birthday
and is now eligible to be imported into the
US.
In 1991 Mazda created a concept car called
the HR-X1 which was created as a showcase
the use of hydrogen fuel as an earth-friendly
alternative to standard gasoline engines.
In 1993 Mazda was back at it with the HR-X2
which was a sequel to the HR-X1 showcasing,
again, the use of hydrogen fuel.

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