Sleeper cars will always have a dedicated following in the automotive world. For many, the sheer thrill of not having the prettiest, flashiest, or most exclusive looking car is as important as its performance. While some of these sleepers have become cult classics, most can be found used for a bargain today. They may not look like much, but these cars prove that looks can be deceiving.
If you need a reminder of how awesome the 1990s were, look no further than GMC's decision to build the Syclone. 280 horsepower isn't a lot for a truck to make today, but back in 1991, it was enough that 60 MPH arrived in right around five seconds.
What's a Buick Regal GS? Buick gave the Regal GS more aggressive styling with unique front and rear bumpers, 19-inch alloy wheels, side skirts and a rear lip spoiler. But the changes are far from just cosmetic. There are Brembo brakes up front, a continuous damping control suspension, sport exhaust and three driving modes (Normal, Sport and GS).