Originally Posted by Mindz
So the Ferrari F355 is a muscle car too? Never knew that...
Personally, I look at it like a tree.
If their main goal is performance, they get into the running.
If they focus mainly on straight line performance (cough mustang cough) then its a muscle car.
If they focus at least somewhat equally on straight line performance and handling, its a sports car.
I don't think engine size has anything to do with it, to a certain extent. I don't think a L4 could count as a muscle car, but a V6 could or a small V8.