The high-performance W-40 and W-41 Cutlass Calais 442s signed the return of the Oldsmobile rocket, albeit this time in pocket-form.
With all-wheel drive and a boosted-six cylinder engine, the Syclone is still the world’s fastest production truck nearly a quarter century after its demise.
Ford’s hot-hatch ambitions really got geared up in 2002, with the release of the 175 horsepower, Cosworth-tuned SVT Focus.
The last of Dodge’s long-line of exhilarating pocket-rockets, the turbocharged Caliber SRT-4 was a sport compact on steroids. And nobody bought it.
In 1991 and 1992, the Dodge Spirit R/T was the quickest four-door sold in the U.S. and the fastest mass-produced sedan in the world.
GM’s first foray into the tuner scene was a smashing success. Five years after production ended, we’re still waiting for its successor. Will it ever come?
The long-forgotten Skyhawk T-Type and Sport Hatch helped pave the way for the hot hatch segment that is booming in popularity today.
With 540 horsepower and 10-second quarter mile times, a Stage 2 equipped GS was the proverbial Hemi killer, Hellcats included.
The Thunderbird SC was a pioneer in terms of handling and powertrain refinement with its supercharged 3.8-liter V6 engine and sophisticated MN12 chassis.
Make no mistake, this was the minivan you begged your mom to drop you off at school in.