6. Not an XBOX
Vehicle: 1969 Subaru 360
Complex Says: Long before you could experience the beauty of Subaru's all-wheel drive, the Japanese automaker unleashed the 360 as its shot across the bow of the U.S. auto market. Powered by an air-cooled, two-stroke, rear transversely mounted engine, the 360 was named for its engine displacement. Since this is a later version of this model, it should have the proprietary Subarumatic fuel/oil mixing system installed. So you won't have to worry about mixing fuel and two-stroke oil yourself. Also, this car weighs less than 1,000 pounds. We'd love to see someone use that fantastic weight advantage to make one of these go staggeringly fast.