Pony Car

Pony Car

Pony car is the name for a class of compact American cars that are priced affordably but have a sporty style and pretty high performance. They usually come in the form of a coupe or convertible. Among the characteristics of these cars are rear-wheel drive, a short deck lid, a long hood and a variety … Read more

Muscle Car

Muscle Car

Muscle car is a category of high-performance American cars designed to accelerate quickly. They are usually medium in size and have two doors, in addition to packing a hefty V8 engine. They were used to be all-wheel drive vehicles, until technological advances changed them. General Motors is considered to be the first automaker to introduce … Read more

Hypercar

Hypercar

Hyper car is a classification of the most powerful supercars in the world. Among good examples of the vehicles that fall into this category are the Ferrari SF90 Stradale and the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+. When it comes to drag racing, hypercars are so prominent that they more often than not become the stars … Read more

Supercar

Supercar

A supercar is a more powerful and exotic form of a sports car. In the U.S., supercars started to appear in the forms of muscle cars during the 1960s – that’s how these cars were called during that time. But today the term has become so loose that nearly every sports car with an above-average … Read more

Sports Car

Sports Car

A sports car is an automobile built with great handling in mind, since its purpose is to provide high performance for thrill-seekers. First appeared in Europe in the early 1900s, sports cars are now considered an important part of product lineups by various automakers around the globe. Sports cars are often defined by the way … Read more

Hybrid Car

Hybrid Car

A hybrid car utilizes at least two different kinds of interconnected propulsion. One example is an internal combustion engine that drives a dynamo to generate electricity for an electric motor. The additional power generation system is used in hybrid cars to enable extra range, output, and efficiency. When necessary, a hybrid car can drive in … Read more

Electric Car

Electric Car

An electric car is a car that uses at least one electric motor for propulsion, the energy of which comes from rechargeable batteries. Despite looking like a new transportation technology, electric cars were actually first produced in the 1880s. Electric cars gained popularity in the late 19th century and early 20th century, but advances in … Read more

Car

Car

A car, also known as automobile, is a term that is usually used to describe a four-wheeled motor vehicle. Generally, cars run on roads and seat up to eight people. For the most part they serve as a means of transportation for people rather than goods. Cars started to be used globally during the 20th … Read more