15 Apr 5 new cars that will be future collectible classics
These 5 new cars will be future collectible classics, so keep them on your radar, because in a few years they will be highly valued among fans.
Finding a classic car at a good price is quite an odyssey. The market for collector cars is on the rise and if you want to join this trend you will have to pay a large amount of money. However, there is an alternative if you want to start your own collection, but you should be patient enough to take shape. With these 5 new cars that will be future collectible classics, you can start building the base of your collection.
Obviously, we talk about at least a couple of decades so that they will win the status of classics and that the market will do them justice and convert them into quoted models. This is how you can double your starting price. And, who was going to tell Mazda that the original Miata would be a collectible classic a quarter of a century after its release? In this business, you need to smell and with these recommendations that give us Hagerty, a company specializing in classic cars, you will not be helpless.
Honda Civic Type R
The ‘Mata-giants’, the small compact that has put order in the Nürburgring with a lap record that has settled the disputes between the Seat Leon Cupra, the Renault Mégane RS and the Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport S. The new Honda Civic Type R has laid the foundations for a new generation of front-wheel drive compact and is available from 38,400 euros. Its 2.0 turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 320 hp is the basis of an assured formula for success.
Kia Stinger GT
Overnight, the Asian firm surprised us all with a great tourism of attractive design and sports performance. The quality of its interiors and an image that breaks with everything established by Kia until now make the Kia Stinger GT on this list of future collectible classics. Of course, it will be the version with V6 turbo engine of 3.3 liters with 370 HP which takes all the prominence in a few years. Is it price? From 54,150 euros with almost all the equipment. Continue reading- 5 tips to treat your new car like a king
Lexus LC 500
And if the Stinger GT seems like an attractive car, get ready for what the Japanese company has brought us. The Lexus LC 500 may not be getting all the attention it deserves, but it will gradually gain when the years and the natural progress of the industry towards electrification allow it to add more followers. It is available in a hybrid version, the Lexus LC 500h, but it is the one that equips the 5.0-liter atmospheric V8 engine with 477 HP, which has attracted the most attention of the Hagerty experts. In addition, it equips a new gearbox of type torque converter with ten relations, while its price starts at about 140,000 euros.
Audi RS 3 Sportback and RS 3 Sedan
Both the Audi RS 3 Sportback and the RS 3 Sedan have all the ballots to become future collectible classics. Whether for its 2.5-liter TFSI engine with five cylinders and 400 horsepower or for its Quattro all-wheel-drive system, the RS 3 is the smallest model of Audi’s iconic family of sports vehicles. Prices start at 63,460 euros for the RS 3 Sportback and 65,360 euros for the Audi RS 3 Sedan.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk
Finally, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is that car that, surely, will not be many more. It is not for the price, that part of the 132,980 euros, nor for being an SUV, but for its huge benefits. For anyone who does not know, the most powerful Jeep model is equipped with the supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI V8 engine with 717 HP of power. Yes, that’s right, it’s the same engine that gives life to Dodge’s Hellcat range. And is that, how many SUVs are going to be manufactured capable of reaching 100 km / h in only 3.7 seconds?