Autonoch – The Real Entry Level: Alpine A110 vs Alfa Romeo 4C

When people say entry level supercar, they are usually referring to a car like the Ferrari 488, the Lamborghini Huracan, or something slightly slower like a McLaren 570s. The problem here is that these cars aren’t “entry level” at all. The Huracan starts at $200,000. The 488 starts at $250,000. Even the notably cheap R8 starts … Continue reading Autonoch – The Real Entry Level: Alpine A110 vs Alfa Romeo 4C

Performance and Sports Cars of the 1980s Pt. 1

Put on your jean jacket, freshen up that mullet, and pull your favorite He-Man action figure out of cold storage, because we’re going back to the 80s for this one! To most, the 80s are always going to be defined by hair metal, gigantic perms, and that weird invention called “video games” (or “Nintendo”, since … Continue reading Performance and Sports Cars of the 1980s Pt. 1

Five Forgotten/Almost Forgotten Coupes of Yesteryear

If you’re into cars, you probably have a favorite low slung coupe. Odds are it is one of the more popular models that can be found on your local roadways, in popular video games, or the main character’s car in a blockbuster movie (shout out to Paul Walker’s GT-R in 2 Fast 2 Furious!). But … Continue reading Five Forgotten/Almost Forgotten Coupes of Yesteryear

Autonoch – The Hyundai Genesis Coupe: What the 86 Could Never Be

This column was originally posted by our partner page, Autonoch. Visit the posted link for even more content by our partner site. What if there was a version of the Toyota 86 that looked similar, was faster, and could be bought for about the same money? That car is the Hyundai Genesis Coupe, and it’s … Continue reading Autonoch – The Hyundai Genesis Coupe: What the 86 Could Never Be

Toyota’s Performance Renaissance?

Everyone probably remembers back to the dark times of Toyota. Gone were the days of fun cars like the Supra and MR2, with monuments to boring practicality, such as the Matrix and every updated Prius, being rolled out to replace your excited gasps with yawns of pure disappointment. However, since the launch of the GT86/FR-S … Continue reading Toyota’s Performance Renaissance?