Exotic Cars How to Keep Up with the Best
It’s hard nowadays to stay on top of everything that’s happening in the world. It seems like every day there is a new series of events that makes it impossible to catch up once you’ve fallen behind. So what do you use to stay on top of your car news? Some people use Autoweek, other people like MotorAuthority. The point is that for those of us who love exotic cars, we need our fix.
Exotic car blogs like this one are a good place to find intimate, first hand accounts of regular people and their experiences with famous cars. Often times the pictures you’ll see are more raw and less ‘photoshopped’. If you like the feel of blogs, you should consider looking into syndicating a few of your favorite car blogs into an RSS feed to keep you from having to open 40 tabs every time you want an update (if you don’t know how to use RSS feeds, look it up in Google!)
With luxury cars, it’s all about the stats. Horsepower, speed, torque – whatever it is, you want it to be accurate. When it comes to finding this stuff out, you want to turn to professional, trusted websites. These sites (like MotorAuthority, Autoweek, and others) are great for getting facts, figures, pictures, and newsworthy updates. But what about when you’ve got a question you just can’t find the answer to?
Forums are not the greatest place to go for facts and figures since they are populated by people that are not necessarily professionals, but when it comes to getting questions answered and finding out people’s personal opinions, forums are great. Forums are run by users who post answers to each other’s questions and add value in the form of discussion. If you’re looking for a community of people who like to talk about cars, check out CarForum.
Following exotic car news can be a bit depressing if you’ve never been able to drive one yourself. Keep in mind that even if you can’t afford to buy one yourself, it is completely reasonable for you to consider rending an exotic car or to consider taking a short tour (which is even cheaper than renting). Look around, it’s easier than you might think!
Now that you’ve got a basic overview of a few basic types of car resources to look for, go out and start your hunt! There are new sites popping up all the time so now’s as good a time as ever to go on a little internet adventure and find a few new places to gawk at beautiful cars. Post any good sites you find in the comments and lets all rejoice together.