You can’t get a Porsche 918 Spyder without a decent suspension.
A lot of people don’t have that kind of money and the luxury car market is a bit of a minefield.
But, for the most part, if you’re looking to get a car to careen over rough terrain or off of steep hills you’ll want something that can be outfitted with a reliable suspension and be built to take it to the next level.
We’ve been doing some testing with some of the most respected brands in the industry and they’ve all delivered on some level.
Let’s take a look at some of their top picks.
Audi S3 Sportback: Audi is known for a wide variety of high-performance vehicles, but it’s always made an effort to build cars that can keep up with the latest tech.
The S3 is one of those cars.
Its suspension is strong enough to handle the latest technology and can also be upgraded for the latest safety features.
That said, you won’t be able to go without the front suspension, which is the most common reason for a new S3 to be bought.
If you’re a tech-head, you can easily swap out the standard steering column for a dual-zone remote that can adjust the suspension to fit your needs.
You can also purchase a new front axle with the added weight of the new axle to give it a little more grip.
For $4,500, you get a full suspension package with three different shocks and a fully adjustable ride height.
This makes for a pretty solid vehicle if you have the money.
Chevrolet Volt: While there are plenty of other options for a premium electric car, the Chevrolet Volt is the one that people talk about when it comes to performance.
The Volt has been outfitted to be capable of being outfitted for all sorts of off-roading and off-ramp driving.
You’ll get a fully enclosed battery pack with an electric motor that powers a 1.7-liter engine that runs on a gasoline engine.
If that doesn’t sound too appealing, then you can also get a battery pack that’s also plug-in hybrid or plug-ins are still the most popular form of electric.
The Chevy Volt will have the same battery capacity as the Chevy Impala, which can go from 0-60 mph in just 4.7 seconds.
That’s impressive for a car with an interior that’s a little bigger than the Audi S5.
For more details, check out the Chevrolet Bolt EV.
Honda Civic Type R: The Honda Civic’s all-wheel drive system is a nice idea but is a little lacking in the off-roads department.
It also has a pretty big battery pack which makes the car very heavy.
That doesn’t mean you can’t have fun out in the country, but the Civic Type Rechargeable will make the ride feel smoother and more comfortable, which will help you to keep your speed up.
The Civic Type Chargeable comes in a choice of two different battery configurations, one of which is more capable.
It’s more of a hybrid, so it can go 100 miles on one charge and 150 miles on another.
It costs $25,900.
Volkswagen Passat: The Volkswagen Passats look like a normal car, but their off-off-road prowess comes from a combination of its powertrain and the way it handles in the mountains.
The engine can be customized to fit a variety of different driving conditions and you can even get a second battery pack if you want more speed or more range.
If this is the first vehicle you’re considering, you’ll have to be ready to upgrade to a third battery pack, which costs $7,100.
You also get an electric battery pack for the top end of the powertrain range and an all-electric battery pack at the back.
The base price of the Passat is $31,400, which makes it one of the best-performing off-the-road vehicles on the market.
BMW M3: BMW has a reputation for making high-tech luxury cars that are easy to take apart and modify for the purpose of upgrading.
That reputation extends to its M3, which we’re excited to see in the real world.
It has a great handling package, a powerful engine, and a very capable all-around performance package.
The M3’s styling has been enhanced with more aggressive styling, new front fascia and an improved grille.
If the M3 is your first car, you may want to look at a larger, more powerful car that comes with the same performance package that you get with the M2 or M3.
Volkswagen Golf GTI: The Golf GTIs are the fastest production cars on the road and are known for their high performance.
But it’s hard to put a price on performance when you have to build your own suspension and suspension parts.
If your budget allows,