Warning: The following contains lots of technical stuff and some car celebrity references. If you do not know these things, are a woman, or own a prius, please navigate away. &&(navigator.userAgent.
Sports Cars are a great escape and can be full of excitement and adrenaline, and usually a less illegal means of gaining such feelings instead of other like-wise activites such as shooting a firearm at walmart or being an ax-murderer (however an IROC camaro is perfect to go along with that). Even at the beginning there has always been a four-wheeled organ donation creation machine to match precisely with the equally
defective unique personality who may be behind the wheel.
The cutlure of Sports Cars took a sharp and aburbt turn to the cliff when Dominick Toretto and Brian O'Connor showed us just how fast (and furious!) the little imported car your mother owns with the pepsi bottle sized engine, neon underglow lights, steriotyped asians, and some stuff called NOS! (according to the movie thats the only way it should be said). Very soon after there was an explosion of people taking their nissan sentra and sticking various shit on it to fool others into thinking it's something Enzo Ferrari might of shit out.Massive mufflers, fake carbon fiber, and a wing that could possibly be from a cessna have become the norm for those that have the need....for speed! (again..thats how it's supposed to be said). The movies only got worse when the second and third came out, going so far in the name of thinner plot and mediocre acting to the point Bow Wow was needed. The latest has been a kind-of apology to those who feel a un-painted body kit on a 1999 Toyota Corolla (which makes a rip-roaring 120HP) is not "diesel".
This cesspool of lying and showing off might be atrributed to not only a single movie franchise. Have you ever watched the Speed Channel? How about Motorweek? The show with the un-presdented talent of even making the coolest car about as exciting as watching Chip Foose talk about himself.This is a comparison between a Motorweek review of the Pontiac G8 GXP.
and the same car getting reviewed by Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear
Even though the Top Gear review is of the slower version of the car, the review essentially melts your face with awesome misogynistic fire and non-PC car porn.