Somehow, replacing that lovely 3.5-liter V8 with a different engine made this F355 sound even better.
Spoiler: It's fast.
The classics are always better.
It might look vaguely like a Focus, but underneath, it's a mid-engine, all-wheel-drive rocket ship.
Ride along as this driver tip-toes through the famous hillclimb course.
Only around 57 993 GT2s were made. This one's been transformed into a 700-horsepower hillclimb monster.
It seems there's nothing Skylines can't do.
That's an interesting sound for an economy hatchback.
Do you like enjoyable engine notes? Then please watch this video.
The V12-powered track-only Aston supercar was never meant for hillclimbs. That doesn't mean owners can't have a little fun with them.
The hillclimb event only comes once every three years. Prepare yourself for 2017 with this wild run from the last event.
Who needs turbos when you have 11,000 rpm to play with?
V12s might be nice, but there's nothing like the scream of a high-strung four-banger.
It never finished better than 3rd place but man does it seem awesome now.
Watch in awe as a hillclimb first-gen Volkswagen Golf redefines your concept of what a lightweight hatchback can accomplish.
Even with old worn out tires and the wrong suspension settings, this driver wastes no time hustling his GT3 up the hill.
There's nothing like the sound of anti-lag to push you through the rest of the day.
Camouflage jacket guy's reaction is identical to ours.