Pop-up headlights are literally the best things in the world. Once cool, now legislated out of existence, pop-up headlights were necessary to see the road ahead while maintaining a clean line..."Lights go up, lights go down," you know the drill. What's the coolest looking car with pop-up headlamps? You will find out !!
We all love cars with pop up headlights! They were our childhood poster cars. There was something special about them, they've always looked very exotic and were always associated with luxury cars like Lambos and Ferraris.
photo : nbdesignz, car owner : gas mnky

Perhaps many of you still dream of the sporty model Toyota gt Celica 5th Generation or about the sweet 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 . In fact pop-up headlights were a great pleasure in most sports cars until the late 90s when safety restrictions made them illegal.

We present you with some interesting information about 16 iconic pop up headlights cars, from the 70's, 80`s and 90`s. These cars can impress you with their style and unique technical characteristics. Most of them were placed on our walls as kids or teens. Every car is cool and deserves a place in our hearts, this made it very hard to order them. We made the decision that the fastest times from 0 to 60 will have to draw the line! We hope you'd appreciate our work , enjoy the article.

16th place for Honda Prelude

2.0Si 4WS /quarter mile : 16.3s / 0-60 mph in 8.8s

On April 9, 1987, the third-generation Prelude was released in the Japanese domestic market and released later that year worldwide, being an 1988 model in North America. Featuring evolutionary styling from its predecessor, it shared design cues from the Honda NSX that would be introduced later in 1989. The third-generation Prelude was exclusively powered by variants of the Honda B20A engine, a base carbureted version with a SOHC 12-valve valvetrain, or a DOHC variant with Honda's PGM-FI fuel injection and 16 valves. One of the best Honda JDM!

In 1987, Road & Track published a test summary that shows the 1988 Honda Prelude 2.0Si 4WS outperforming every car of that year on the slalom, with a speed of 65.5 mph (105.4 km/h), even besting exotics such as Porsche and Ferrari. For reference, the 1988 Chevrolet Corvette C4 took the same course at 64.9 mph (104.4 km/h). The Prelude was Wheels magazine's Car of the Year for 1987. Mid-cycle refresh and Prelude INX

Pros: Drivers say the 1987 Honda Prelude is fun to drive, lasts forever, and looks good.

Cons : The only complaints are about the tiny back seat and lack of cup holders.
source:  wikipedia / cargurus
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