Cars and Guitars: History of Car Models Mentioned in Popular Song Lyrics
Which famous songs mentioned cars in their lyrics?
- Red by Taylor Swift
- My Mustang Ford by Chuck Berry
- White Ferrari by Frank Ocean
- Call Me Lightning by The Who
- Smack That by Akon
Going for a drive after a recent car upgrade using a muffler for sale in the Philippines is better with a great song playing in the background that complements the scenery. And if you are a car-enthusiast, your ears probably perk up if you hear a car model or brand being mentioned in a song. That’s why this list is going to present you with a brief history of those cars in famous songs. Here they are!
Red by Taylor Swift
“Loving him was like driving a new Maserati down a dead-end street.”
Miss Swift sure knows how to tug at a listener’s heartstrings with this sad and poignant line. A car enthusiast is sure to feel lonely upon hearing this line too because what’s sadder than being behind the wheel of this exquisite Italian vehicle only to find out that you cannot feel its power because of a closed road?
The humble beginnings of this fine car all start Maserati brothers: Alfieri, Ernesto, Ettore, and Bindo. Their first original creation named Tipo 26 was the start of a lifelong legacy in the auto industry. They were all about speed as the sophisticated machine won various races. Today, it continues to be a purveyor of innovation as it graces the roads with its powerful engine performance and sleek design.
My Mustang Ford by Chuck Berry
“I got a 1966 cherry red Mustang Ford. It’s got a 385 horsepower overload.”
As the sweet riffs from Chuck Berry’s guitar introduce the song, it becomes a love letter to the iconic classic car that is the 1966 Ford Mustang. The vehicle was marketed with a youthful spirit associated with it thanks to its look that screamed All-American muscle. Its top speed of 164 km/h was enough to provide much-needed traction for its popularity back in the day.
The Mustang has contributed significantly to the auto industry as it succeeded in setting the bar in power and performance. The car came in an assortment of colors but the cherry red Mustang has its own unique charm. This is probably why Chuck Berry can’t help but fall in love with it!
White Ferrari by Frank Ocean
“Mind on the road, your dilated eyes watch the clouds float, White Ferrari.”
Ferrari is luxury. Enzo Ferrari started out in Alfa Romeo where his venture into motorsports inspired him to establish his own racing stable called Scuderia Ferrari in 1929. And the rest, as they say, is history.
Ferrari graced the tracks with its first car, the Alfa Romeo 158 Grand Prix racer in the year 1937, but it is in 1945 that Ferrari began work on the 12-cylinder engine that would become the company’s ace in the auto industry. With this, the first Ferrari road car was born.
The 1947 Ferrari 125 S is the first Ferrari ever built and since then, it has demonstrated severe power and performance. With its presence in the racetracks and roads, Ferrari never fails to capture the attention of people because of its handsome exterior and elegance matching a galloping stallion as seen in its emblem.
Call Me Lightning by The Who
“Hey, little girl who’s dancing so lightly. My XKE is shining so brightly.”
March 1961 marked the day when Jaguar XKE leaped into the sports-car roster with its speed and style that stood out from among the rest. This roadster is pure elegance, with its ability to go from 0-60 in just a matter of 6.9 seconds and its top speed going up to 153 mph.
The XKE marked another auto revolution for Jaguar as it instantly became a sensation thanks to its coupe body style and sleek motion in the road. It’s no wonder that the men of The Who would want to take their girls on a ride on this two-seater romantic car.
Smack That by Akon
“I feel you creepin’, I can see you from my shadow. Wanna jump up in my Lamborghini Gallardo?”
In 2003, Lamborghini announced the launch of the Gallardo which came with a whopping 520bhp 5.0-liter V10 engine, 376 torques, a speedy 0-62mph time of four seconds, and a top speed of 195mph.
The car was named after a famous breed of fighting bull and once you see the car accelerate, you would know that it is aptly named because it packs the same aggressiveness and power as their namesake. Even though it went through its last production run in 2013, the Gallardo has left a legacy of luxurious cars with other variations as seen in the Spyder, Superleggera, Valentino Balboni, Polizia, and Squadra Corse among others.
As mufflers for sale in the Philippines greatly improve your car’s performance and overall engine sound, pair it with a nice driving playlist to further enjoy your trips on these Manila roads. These famous songs are testaments to the joy that cars can give to people as singers cannot help but be awed by their performance. The music seamlessly inserted the personality of these car models into its character which you should also keep in mind in treating car parts with care, upgrading only with the best there is so it can continuously be on top of its game in giving you the best driving experience.
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