One of the most famed inventions since the late 1800's was the automobile. The car has revolutionized transportation from the day a company named "Reo" sold its first car, the Curved Dashed Oldsmobile in 1901, to today. The topic of cars can be broken into many different categories, from SUV and sports to European and American. One maker of cars that has branched a lot in past years is Japan. Though we do not realize it, most of our cars come from Japan. The top car company as of 2011 is Toyota. Toyota is a Japanese automobile manufacturer that exports its cars all around the world. Japanese cars can be sub classified into three categories. These different branches of cars are owned by many people across Japan and the United States of America. Sports, casual and rally cars are the three main branches of Japanese cars.
What is a rally car? To answer this we must first know what rallying is. Rallying is a form of motor competition that takes place on public or private roads with modified production or specially built road-legal cars. These modified production or specially built road-legal cars are called rally cars. Rally cars are sold to the public, but the ones used for the sport of rallying are specially modified to accelerate faster, handle turns better and grip the road more for competition. The ones sold to the public are still somewhat equal to the modified versions. One of the biggest manufacturers of rally cars is Subaru. Subaru make many cars but specializes in rally. One of the most famous rally cars is the Subaru Wrx Sti. This car is designed and manufactured in Japan then exported to America. Subaru made its first Sti in 1991 since then it has been used in rallying and everyday driving.
What is a sports car? A sports car is a class of automobile that usually comes with two seats, two doors, precise handling, brisk acceleration, and sharp braking, but usually trades practical considerations such as passenger space, comfort, and cargo capacity....
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