14 Great Cars That Look Better With Skis
Just as a Woodie straight from the 1940s looks impeccably great with a surfboard on the roof, there are some vehicles that, well, just look fantastic with skis on them. Hell, the DeLorean even came with a ski rack as optional equipment. Below are 14 that pull off the look better than just about anything else out there.
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Sure, Porsches and skis have combined for some amazingly dangerous sports in the past, but today? Slow clap to the man or woman driving a 356 anywhere near where one would need skis.
Frankly, if you can afford to go on skiing holidays, there's probably not much you'd want a Fiat 126 for. However, that doesn't make it any less impressive when you one that's clearly a hand-painted art car cruising down the street with the skis to match.
In all fairness, this is probably the easiest of any vehicle here to drive on packed snow, since the car's computers are so good at keeping the laws of physics in check. Perhaps that's what prompted Jon Olsson to get one.
Of course, Jon's Audi isn't exactly ugly in the snow.
It doesn't matter if you're driving a Gallardo or an Aventador, ever since Lambo switched to AWD for every car, hitting the powder in a Lamborghini has a totally different meaning.
Where's Jon Olsson's Koenigsegg? Really. How does he not have one yet?
There's a chance that taking an old Vespa out with skis on the back is every bit as crazy as driving a Koenigsegg on snow, but it's a hell of a lot cheaper when you lose control.
1974 Peugeot 504
Good snow tires, a thermos full of piping hot joe, and a winding road up a snow-covered mountain in the French alps? Lookin' good Peugeot.
Classic '60s Mercedes, and skis? I want to go to there.
Good enough for Bond is good enough for you.
No explanation needed.
Every Subaru WRX
With or without skis, this car radiates pure fun.
The Original Volkswagen Beetle
Use #1,001 for the Beetle.
The skis just might be bigger than the car, and there's nothing wrong with that.