Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport
Chevrolet realized that the Z06 was too much to handle for some buyers, despite its fantastic looks and brutal performance. And the car was close to the limits of the front engine – rear wheel drive configuration with little or no space for improvement. So, that is why they made an interesting hybrid model.
And one car that proved to be one of the best Corvettes they ever made was the 2017 Grand Sport. Chevrolet named it after ill-fated racing Vettes from the early ’60s. The modern Grand Sport has a 460 HP engine from a regular Corvette with wide body and track from the Z06.
This combination proved to be a winning formula. So, the Grand Sport has normal handling and driving dynamics they improved by a wider stance. Yet Chevrolet managed to retain the dramatic looks of the Z06.
Toyota GT 86
Toyota introduced the GT 86 and its twin brother Subaru BRZ, in 2012. And both immediately drew attention from the performance car guys for their raw driving dynamics, low weights, uncompromised handling and lively performances.
For car enthusiasts who want to feel driving dynamics in its purest form, this is the perfect set of wheels. Either will provide much excitement and unparalleled good looks at modest prices. So most people are sure that this car will be a future collectible like the Mazda Miata.
Jaguar F-Type SVR
Decades after Jaguar produced a proper sports coupe, they unveiled the F-Type. It was a crazy and brutally fast muscle car from England with a powerful supercharged V8 and a glorious soundtrack.
However, despite being somewhat heavy for a sports car and rough around the edges, the F-Type is a fantastic car. It is fun to drive, as well as a properly fast machine. And because future generations will appreciate those characteristics, this Jag will have a solid fan base in the future.
These are the top most interesting future classics. If any of these cars catch your fancy, you’d better get one quick. They are sure to become more expensive and rarer in time.