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Will we witness the demise of the enthusiast car in the 2020's?

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  • I don't think we will because there is no single definition of what an enthusiast car is. There are so many different types of cars and so many different things you can do with them which means that the enthusiast car will never die.

    Cars are changing whether we like it or not. I'd prefer to hammer a manual sports car around a B road as much as the next man but we can adjust and find electric cars for the enthusiast in the future. Not all hope is lost yet!

      1 year ago
    • The Ford Mustang electric car at SEMA is the closest thing to an enthusiast electric car that I have seen. It would be great to see more cars like that!

        1 year ago
  • I just want to keep the ICE cars going. So long as the thrill and noise of a car stays, the enthusiast car lives on

      1 year ago
    • I agree, though it looks like we could be losing ICE cars in the 20's in favor of electric.

        1 year ago
  • We’re getting close

      1 year ago
  • I grew up in the late ‘70s-early ‘80s, and heard and believed the “emissions controls, corporate average fuel economy, and safety regs are killing fun cars” BS. Instead, those very regulations turned out to incentify the carmakers to develop the tech that has delivered the most extreme performance in the history of the car. The technologies that reduce emissions and increase economy allow us to get the most out of our fuel. Crazy power, driver aids to control it (and that you can turn off when you want), and those airbags have turned out to be basically invisible until they’re needed to save your ass. Who’da thunk it. I think that trend will continue.

      1 year ago
  • What's wrong with you guys? Sure there will!

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