Let's look at some cars that were once called fast but aren't by modern standards.
It makes sense that the idea of what makes a fast car fast has changed a bit over the course of over 100 years of automotive development. Rapid advancements in technology mean that speeds that were once only possible in high-end sports cars and even supercars can now be achieved with your average daily driver. This break-neck pace development in automobiles is most obvious when looking at sports cars from the second half of the 20th century. People hold cars from this time period in such high regard that calling them slow by modern standards almost feels insulting. Sadly, the facts are the facts, and today, we're going to look at some cars that were once called fast but aren't by modern standards.

Pontiac Grand Prix GTP