Ten Cars of the 1980s You Still Want to Drive
If you were wondering which are the best cars manufactured in the 1980s, you’re in the right place.
Because we scouted the internet, and gathered the best vehicles that wrote the 80s history pages in the world’s auto-making industry book.
These cars are equipped with great looks and high performances, and they will forever remain the classics that you’ll want to drive even after ten years from now.
And if you think we missed a model, or another car is better suited on the list, do not hesitate to share your opinions with us.
But first, let’s see if we’re on the same page here, and find out which cars made it on our Ten Cars of the 1980s You Still Want to Drive list!
10. Buick GNX
In 1987 Buick introduced the Limited Production GNX, which stands for “Grand National Experimental”.
The car was produced by McLaren Performance Technologies, and Buick manufactured only 547 models with the Grand National interior trim Package.
Producing 245 hp, the GNX was capable of accelerating on a quarter mile time in just 13.2, and reached a speed of 104 mph (167 km/h).
The stealthy looks of the all-black GNX coupled with the fact that the Grand National was initially released during the popularity of Star Wars movies, earned it the title “Darth Vader’s Car”.