What cars will fetch big bucks at auctions in 20 years and what ones will all but disappear from the automotive landscape? It’s hard to say for sure, but our future classic series aims to provide some insight into the future of the collector car market.
The 231-horsepower SVX is one of the rarest regular-production Subarus ever sold in the United States.
The Eagle arguably created the crossover segment a quarter of century before it became popular.
Will the mk4 Bronco go up in value as it gets older or will prices remain low?
Will Lancia’s tipo quattro become sought-after by collectors?
The Renault 25 was introduced in 1984 to replace both the 20 and the 30. The 25 retained its predecessor’s practical hatchback body style but it wore a much more classic silhouette that Renault hoped would help it steal sales from Audi, Peugeot and, to a lesser extent, Mercedes-Benz and BMW. The 25’s lines were …
The Mazda MX-5 Miata is not the only rear-wheel drive, two-seater Japanese roadster that was presented to the public in 1989. Suzuki traveled to that year’s edition of the Tokyo Motor Show to introduce a close-to-produciton concept that previewed the Cappuccino convertible. Production of the Cappuccino kicked off in 1991. The roadster featured a long …