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The list of vehicles that appreciate in value as time goes on, is an extensive one. In today’s marketspace, there are a few modern-day classics which are bound to fetch big bucks in the near future. What follows, is a list of a that are bound to make their way onto the automotive wall of fame.
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Colloquially referred to as the Vette, the Chevrolet Corvette has been in production since 1953 and is currently in its seventh-generation of production. Shaking off the image of being an old man’s sports car, the Chevrolet Corvette with its loud 6.2-liter V8, is guaranteed to screech its way into the history books.
Dodge Challenger Hellcat
At a time when manufacturers are adopting forced induction and smaller displacement engines, American manufacturer Dodge has produced the most powerful production V8 engine ever. The supercharged 6.2-liter V8 churns out 707 horsepower, 881 Nm of torque and demolishes a 0 – 100 km/h run in under 4 seconds. Needless to say then, that the Dodge Challenger Hellcat is undoubtedly the last of its kind.
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The 86 is a model that has been jointly developed by two automotive heavyweights with the correct knowledge for building a sports car, Toyota and Subaru. Adopting various aliases across the globe (86, FT 86, GT 86, BRZ, FR-S), the 86 is inspired by the legendary AE86 and has soared to fame due its affordable price tag, rear-wheel-drive layout, and small boxer engine.
Volkswagen Golf GTI
The Golf GTI, the car that introduced the term “hot hatch” to the world in 1976, has gone on to becoming an international superstar ever since. The current seventh-generation model, is built on a modular platform and while it is the most powerful GTI to date, it bears a strong lineage for guaranteed success.
Let us know in the comments below which one of the aforementioned new-age classics you’d love to have parked in your driveway.