Back in the early ’90s, Subaru wanted to enter the sports car market to promote its biggest assets, the all-wheel drive and flat six engine. So, the company hired the Italdesign Company to design the sleek, modern coupe.
In 1991, the Subaru SVX debuted with strange styling and complicated side window patents. But it had sublime handling and a great performance. Under the hood was a 3.3-liter flat six that propelled this rare car from 0 to 60 in 7.3 seconds. They sold only about 14,000 in America until 1996.