10. Toyota MR2 Spyder
Toyota caught my attention with this model around 2002. It was a two seated however it just seemed to teeter on the corny. I think it is because I never saw one “fixed up”.
9. Mazda MX3
The only reason this is on my list is because I would borrow this from my sister when I had a date in high school. I remember the interior being so concise with its design that it felt like riding in a simple cockpit. Fond memories.
8. Honda Civic DX hatch
It was that bubble butt that endeared me to this civic. That and the fact that the simplest tuning easily enhanced its aesthetics.
7. Mitsubishi 3000 GT
EVERY TIME I would see these riding by as a youth, my only thought was I wonder what a future model would like. I could always see the massive design potential in this model. I do wonder if Mitsubishi will ever try again with this one…
6. Acura Legend
As a west Indian, the Acura Legend was the gold standard! From the sedan to the coveted coup, you weren’t cool unless you had access to one. And although we are sure Acura technically replaced the Legend under a new tag, it would still be nice to have a modern, dedicated version under its beloved name.
5. Honda S2000
Honda was on the right path with this two seated sport vehicle. The moment it was released it was well received and until this day it is unclear why they stopped production. Can you imagine what an updated version would look like??! Beast. Mode.
4. Honda Prelude
But before the s2000, the Honda enthusiast racer of choice was the Prelude. A well built coupe with a strong following. An updated version is being well lobbied for.
3. Toyota Supra
This Toyota has to be one of the cars most desired by our generation for an update. Annnd actually, we may get our wish in 2015. We will see..
2. Acura NSX
Acura can be such a tease. I was nearly brought to arousal when an NSX would go screaming by. With its ultra low clearance and sexy growl, NSX was a proper wet dream. And although it tapped out around 2001, the whisper is that our generation will see its return with a vengeance!
Yes. Back to the future, Marty Mcfly and the gang. But you can’t deny you aren’t curious as to how the Delorean would accept a futuristic haul over. Keep the door style, though!!!