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Because it simply isn't possible anymore, there is a lot of red tape. As well crash tests modern cars have to pass. For example in order to pass the frontal crash test of today, the front of a car must have a crumple zone - metal in the car that is designed to be crushed in a crash to absorb energy so that the force of a crash does not deform the passenger compartment and crush the occupants. This therefore limits the way cars can be styled as well as it adds a lot of weight to cars.
I'll talk about weight later. As well as this, there is side crash test small overlap crash test, and crash tests for pedestrian safety. All with their own indirect sets of restrictions on styling because of the way the metal must be shaped to accommodate the shape of the crumple zones and stronger side pillars etc. You can read more about the American tests here.
There are also 1 million different little regulations different governments set on cars sold in their country. For example cars cannot car from factory as low anymore, the headlight must be a minimum height for road safety. This is so that if the car is stopped on the side of the road and the trunk is open to access a spare tire or something, drivers can still see the lights flashing.
There are many different laws in many different countries covering different subject like this one, each imposing little restrictions on styling that add up. With regards of older sports car, other than the aforementioned styling, the reason why they are so much more sought after is because they have certain qualities that modern cars lack because of changes in technology and what the modern car buyer wants. While sports cars of old have little to none of those qualities.
Weight is a big factor here. Sport cars generally used to be a lot lighter because of the lack of these features. No comfort features, at the maximum you'd get air con, and a radio. Or safety, lack of airbags and crumple zones etc.
Everything thing else adds weight. As well as the lack of computers, and electronic systems. Lower weight means the car handles better can get around a corner quicker , can accelerate faster, and brake faster as well with the same power and the same brakes, because there less weight to move or slowdown.
Lower weight also helps with another factor: A car that's fun to drive feels like it's immediately responding to you and is communicating to you though the steering and pedals which is explained bellow.
Another benefit of the lack of technology in older cars is the way the steering feels. Not all cars have this, especially brand new cars, but most cars older than have something referred to in the auto industry called steering feel.
When you turn the wheel of your car, you can feel little vibrations coming through the wheel and can tell what the front wheels are doing, and you can feel the road beneath you when driving "enthusiastically" or turning normally depending on the car.
If you've driven a car with it you know what I mean, most people know what I'm talking about. Steering feel usually increases with speed, so the faster you go the more you feel, but with a car with good steering feel you feel more sensations at slower speeds.
Older sports cars especially, this was a key focus, back in the day, to have a lot of steering feel. Modern cars lack this almost totally. Modern steering systems electric power steering kill feel totally almost across the board, older cars have either hydraulic power steering some cars have hydraulic power steering but with little feel , or no power steering at all which would make steering very heavy, but make the sensations coming through the wheel fantastic.
It's difficult to describe, but the difference is massive, the steering feels crisp and clear you can feel the road though the wheel. Toyota has used electric power steering in there cars exclusively for a while now, all there cars had power steering in the 90's which is why a lot of there cars are seen as very boring in the enthusiasts eyes.
Modern cars lack most sensations because they're not necessary anymore, with stability control and traction control, unless you have no idea what you're doing you won't crash, and its almost impossible to spin out unless you're driving on ice.
While you can drive fast, however it doesn't as feel fun because the feeling is too refined, it feels like you're just sitting here telling the car what to do. To get more feeling from a modern sports car, one must drive faster.
In fact these systems are better for an asshat who has no idea what they're doing because its much harder for them to crash, but in the process of this, it kills fun for the person who has the common sense to learn the limits of there car while driving fast. However for the average modern car buyer, like the one mom or dad drives to soccer practice and takes to work, modern cars are infinetly better, there much safer, and are much less harmful to the environment and people around us.
They are loaded with tech and comfort features But for the enthusiastic driver, there's nothing like an older car. Think about this for a second, all points that make classic sports cars so desirable, decrease comfort, or safety, or they aren't necessary anymore because of computer systems. There aren't as many people who want to buy sports cars like that anymore, so the people who do, buy old ones.
American cars are a big exemption to the weight factor. All of there older cars were almost always significantly heavier than cars made by the competition for no real reason other than they were too lazy to care about weight. They have never made sports cars though, things like the mustang and camaro are called muscle cars: People are getting caught up in numbers. Old cars are so desirable because of that light weight and good steering feel, it feels as if you are connected with the car, not like with a modern car it feels like you are simply telling the car what to do.
In an old car you feel as if you are part of the car. Thanks for the gold! Check out this crash test between a Chevy Bel Air and a Malibu. Be glad that the comment section for this video is deactivated. The amount of misinformed, outright wrong bullshit regarding this crash test I've read could fill an entire library.
There is apparently a large and very vocal group of people who seriously believe that this test was rigged, fake. They believe that the old car was rusty, deliberately weakened and - if the test was carried out without those alleged manipulations - should rip right through a modern car without serious damage. The whole nonsense is flavored by equally wrong and stupid comments stating that back in the day , cars were built well, without nonsense like plastics and were meant to last for centuries.
The reality is of course that American cars of the 50s and 60s were horribly cobbled together, extremely primitive and had no protection from rust whatsoever. Car safety was nonexistent. Look at the insane amount of people dying on the roads at the time - or look at this horrific crash test footage. All of the crashes in this video are easily survivable in even the cheapest cars of today, if you're wearing your seat belt.
Cars today have unibody designs. Only pickup trucks and a handful of SUVs actually have body on frame designs. This adds to the rigidity of new cars tremendously. Is the frame on that Bel Air in the video heavy and strong? Sure, but you're not in the frame, you are in the sheet metal box on top of it. In a unibody car you are inside the frame of the car. And that frame is far FAR stronger than any "ladder" frame. It's also designed with crash protection in mind.
Look at the A,B, and C pillars on a new car, they are massive! Compare them to the delicate pillars you see on older vehicles. Most new cars essentially have a built in roll cage due to the strength of their pillars. They also have advanced seat belts and air bags to keep you from being thrown around like Rag doll as an old bench seat made sure you would be. I love old cars, and they have a lot of wonderful qualities.
But people who feel they are safe in ANY way are incredibly delusional. I live in the Pacific Northwest. When I started driving , if you saw a year old car on the road it was rusted like crazy and falling apart. Today if you see a model year car it usually looks fine, with perhaps a bit of paint-fade. I don't necessarily support that paradigm crumple zones are much better , but I'm still kind of surprised the old model crumpled like it did Maybe its sheer mass cancelled out its rigidity?
Or are those things not rigid whatsoever? The below post got a bit out of hand. P Your question is basically answered by the end of the first paragraph. American and many European cars of the 50s and 60s, even ordinary sedans, had a chassis that is separate from the body of the car. This separate chassis held the body, suspension, drivetrain, etc.
There are advantages to this: It's very simple to construct and manufacture and it can be incredibly solid that's why every truck even today uses it. The disadvantage is that the body doesn't have to be very firm, since the car gets its entire structural rigidity from the chassis. Those separate chassis also tend to be very heavy and take up a lot of space underneath the car.
The 59 Bel Air had an X-shaped chassis, which was a terrible shape for frontal and rear crashes, as the arms of the X easily collapsed. Not rigid at all. In the case of those big classic sedans and muscle cars of the 50s and 60s, the body is nothing more than a thin, almost empty, crudely welded together shell. There is an incredible amount of free space in between panels and there is no real distinction between the passenger compartment and the front and rear in terms of rigidity.
Those cars may look very similar to today's cars at first glance thanks to their ponton bodies , but underneath, they aren't. Almost every passenger car sold today has a so called integral body. It's self-supporting, meaning that it doesn't rely on a separate chassis for its rigidity.
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