The term muscle car in the US is typically reserved for cars made in America that are fast and pack a punch when it comes to torque. However, the term’s definition can vary. Most people agree that Chevrolet Camaros, Ford Mustangs, and Dodge Chargers are among the classification. Elsewhere, there are some great European muscle cars as well, such as the 1986 Aston Martin V8 Volante, and foreign models, like the Lexus RC F.
Cars like these are always worried about being the fastest. Even the old school muscle cars as well. If you are thinking of purchasing one of these vehicles there is research that must be done to find the best fit for you. For example, what are these vehicles like to insure? Should you wait for an electric one? Dodge is planning to launch the world’s first electric muscle car in 2024. These vehicles are deeply ingrained in our automotive history and are sure to be a worthy investment.