You know cars.
You know why Ferrari lost to Ford at Le Mans. You know that the Volkswagen Beetle was designed by Ferdinand Porsche. You know there’s nothing in common between rollin’ coal and Walter Röhrl. You can explain camber and draw a camshaft. You blip the throttle on downshifts and apex highway ramps.
But sometimes, strange things happen. Designs emerge. Tastes change. Economies collapse. Companies merge. Racing selects the winners. Weird cars are interesting because they’re different. Because sometimes the world wasn’t ready—and sometimes because people don’t want to buy a Ferrari with no doors.
From a royal car named after a nuclear bomb test to an SUV known by its exhaust pipes, Weird Cars is a collection of misfits thrown together simply because they don’t belong anywhere else.