Sydney Sweeney brings new life to beautiful vintage cars
Although working on cars is gaining Sydney Sweeney a big new fan base, the majority of his vehicles are just fine as they are. The highlights of his collection are a Porsche 718 Boxster, a Mercedes-Benz S-Class and an Audi Q7. Although this is a combination of everyday drivers and entry-level vehicles, you can consider it a good starting point.
Take the Porsche 718 Boxster, it’s approachable and a clear gateway vehicle that will likely lead to something like a 928 or a 911 somewhere down the line. Its 2-liter inline-four engine produces 300 horsepower, and a more powerful “S” version is available. There’s also a naturally aspirated four-liter V6 version that produces just under 400 horsepower, but if you’re spending more money, you should definitely consider buying a genuine Porsche instead. In an interview with HypeBeast, Sweeney confessed that she would like to own a vintage Porsche one day. So you can expect to see it in at least one more model from the German sports car manufacturer in the future.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a fantastic luxury car with a lingering habit of standardizing features around ten years before they arrived in the cars normal people are forced to drive. Examples include things like adaptive cruise control, an electronic stability program, and a working anti-lock braking system (via Hagerty).
Then we have the Audi Q7, a large, functional luxury SUV with seven seats, Audi’s “Quatro” all-wheel-drive system, plenty of power under the hood and a longer list of safety features than the Q7 does. can travel on a gallon of gasoline. While the classics are what really give Sweeney’s car collection promise, there’s a solid foundation underneath it all.