Muscle cars: take one saloon or coupe, insert a massive V8, sell at a vaguely attainable price, enjoy. And though this all-American ethos of democratised performance retains strong cultural roots over the pond, it’s one manufacturers in Europe and Japan have since adapted to new and wider audiences.
With the advancement of technology, silly powerful engines have remained as acheivable as ever, and the US has seen a rebirth of many of its muscle cars that had fallen on hard times in the 1990s. Some of those cars have even begun to branch out for sale around the world, and these are our favourites.
Updated 25th March 2022