Future Classics? What does that really mean? Well, if I am to guess, future classics represent cars that will cost a whole bunch of money in a couple of decades. The best way to acknowledge this is to see some posts I have written about strangely expensive cars of yesterday that are on sale now. Remember that Trans Am, or better yet, the 1996 McLaren F1? Owners of these cars knew their cars would become classics in a couple of decades. While one may accurately conclude that a car like the Aston Martin Valkyrie, the Mercedes-AMG Project One, or the Ferrari LaFerrari will become a classic, it is a bit tougher to guess it on the lower end of the spectrum. Thus, Road and Track compiled a list of cars that are going to become future classics. You should really check it out.
Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
The latest generation Camaro in its Z/28 version is likely to become an ultimate classic muscle car. See, the car sports rather extensive racing equipment making it quite capable on track. The Camaro Z/28 is 300 pounds lighter compared to the ZL1 version.
With a seven-liter V8 developing 505 hp, special suspension developed for track tasks and the meanest look of all Camaros, the Z/28 is a certain future classic. It will gain in value a lot.