Ten factory hot rods we think manufacturers could and should build
Since about the time General Motors dropped a massive V8 into the Pontiac Tempest to make the GTO, manufacturers have been taking existing bits and pieces to make factory hot rods. That proven formula is a win-win solution for enthusiasts and automakers. We get fun new cars, and car companies don't have to spend much to create them.
That being said, sometimes it seems like manufacturers forget about this possibility, leaving some really great vehicles without performance variants, that to us seem really easy to bring to market. With this in mind, we've compiled a list of ten cars we like that would be even better if they got some love from the parts bin.