Want to drive a never-ending freeway in this beaut? The Corvette is one of the world’s most recognized and beloved supercars. It’s extremely fast, beautiful and makes one of the most aggressive engine noises you can find on the market.
The supercar is also extremely affordable relative to its performance and status, as a new model will cost you around $55,000 at base cost. When you’re actually careful not to crash this monster into oblivion, annual upkeep costs are surprisingly low.
When BMW debuted the X6 model back in 2016, it was immediately received with glowing praise. The SUV featured everything that made the German automaker great, from a powerful engine to incredible technology behind the wheel. In addition, the X6 is an all-weather, all-wheel-drive vehicle, and it can drive on just about any off-road terrain (within reason).
SUVs and pickup trucks are meant to be thrashed around, so getting a luxury one feels almost like a sin. Don't fret. It can handle it, and it looks good while doing it. While repairs on the X6 are multiple times more expensive than your average SUV, and its gas mileage is 17 miles per gallon on the highway, which doesn’t help its annual costs either. Then again, she is a thing of beauty, so ultimately - you win some, you lose some.
GMC Sierra HD
This behemoth of a vehicle has a very impressive towing capacity of 14,500 pounds. So if you're thinking of bringing along your mobile home, this is the one. The heavy-duty truck in this list also happens to be the meanest.
With a total weight of 6,562 pounds and a 6.6L V8 gasoline or diesel engine that provides 910 pound-feet of torque to the booth. It comes in three different body styles based on your preference, either regular, double or crew cab.
Perhaps not on top of the list in terms of practicality but how can you exist driving across the country in a Ferrari. Enjoy the gorgeous interior and the silent 681-hp V12 motor makes driving long distance a pleasure.
The trick four-wheel steering system. Three-door configuration and shooting brake profile make this a real eye-catcher that's for sure.
Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport
This car goes from zero to sixty in 7 to 8 seconds, depending on the package and provides a very smooth ride. Most drivers would definitely enjoy long road trips in this vehicle. Its fuel economy is also average, at 21 miles per gallon in the city and 24 on the highway.
The 2020 Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport takes the main complaint that has plagued the Atlas model for years — its boxy and boring look, and turns it upside down with a sexy and stylish design that compliments a very roomy interior. The car comes with two different engines, you can go for a 235 turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder or the 276-hp 3.6-liter V-6 one.