A vehicle that combines the use of an internal combustion engine and an electric motor. Hybrids are known to be more powerful and more fuel efficient than traditional automobiles.
A vehicle that is propelled solely by its rear wheels. A common characteristic of high performance vehicles.
Soft and often customizable illumination around the vehicle's cabin.
A metal plate fixed to the underside of a vehicle (usually a 4x4) to prevent damage to vital components when contact is made with the ground.
A safety mechanism that locks/unlocks all doors when the driver's door is locked/unlocked.