What's the Coolest Slow Car Ever Made?

Just because some cars aren't performance-oriented doesn't mean they're not cool.

Toyota

We love performance cars here at Road & Track, but there are a bunch of other vehicles out there worth a second look that may not necessarily have 0-60 times or top speed in mind. Which slow car is your favorite?

For me, it's the Toyota Mega Cruiser. It's an obscure Hummer knockoff built by Toyota in the mid-1990s for military use, sold in civilian-spec for the Japanese domestic market. It uses independent double wishbone suspension all around, a center differential lock, and four-wheel steering. It's powered only by a four-cylinder turbodiesel, however, making acceleration less than optimal. Still, it's a wildly cool machine.

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Now we'd like to know: Which slow cars do you think are cool? It doesn't have to be something big and heavy-duty like the Mega Cruiser, either—it can be something ultra-luxurious or super small, if that's what you're a fan of. Let us know in the comments below.

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