It is not often you will see a racing car driving past your house, this is obviously for quite a simple reason; they are not meant for a civilian road. It is something to think about though? What is the difference between these cars. This passage will look to explore some of the individual differences in their car parts.
It can be quite a shock to hear the exhausts these performance cars will have fitted. While regular car exhausts look to limit the amount of noise that is expelled, the performance car often looks to heighten the noise it can exude, often installing large mufflers. It should be noted that these large mufflers are the definition of all bark no bite, often having no real effect on the cars overall performance.
It is a similar story when comparing the cars seating. A regular car seat is simply looking to provide the driver with a high form of comfort. Meanwhile the performance car is looking to lower the cars overall weight as much as possible. This means the cars seats and thus the drivers back are the biggest losers, with uber lightweight seats to keep the car buzzing along.
Perhaps the most stereotypical part of any performance car is the massive spoiler. This is however a fine accessory to have with a performance car, as it will keep the car streamlined as it lowers its wind resistance. The spoiler is however definitely not needed for regular cars, no one needs to look like they are driving a Grand Prix on their way to Walmart. Especially since spoilers do not begin to become useful until you start hitting speeds of eighty miles per hour.
From this passage it should be seen that regular cars look for comfort, while performance cars focus on speed. You can learn more about all of these car parts at green-4-u a website which offers in-depth reviews on everything car based.