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Best gifts for car enthusiasts – Autoweek

Best gifts for car enthusiasts – Autoweek

Elena Martorano

Car enthusiasts are a special group to buy into – trust us, we know – but that doesn’t mean you, their loving family and friends, should play it safe with gas maps and windshield washer fluid. With years of experience testing gears and more than a few thousand miles on our odometer, we’re here to help you find the right gift for the car enthusiast in your life. From trinkets to electronics and even complete experiences, these gifts will make driving that much more fun.

And it doesn’t have to break the bank, either. Gifts ranging from $10 to $650 can bring a smile to your favorite car enthusiast’s face. As the seasons change and the holidays quickly approach, here are some details about our favorite products to get you started. With the rush of online shopping imminent, don’t wait too long before deciding what to pack as gifts this year.


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Lego Technique

Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

BLACK+DECKER

Dustbuster Car Vacuum Cleaner

Hoonigan

Clutch Kick Socks

Play station

Gran Turismo 7 25th Anniversary Edition

de Walt

Portable Power Station

pop funk

Honda Vintage Distressed Civic T-Shirt

Sun Joe

Electric Pressure Washer

Amazon Basics

Luggage carrier bag on the roof

DS & Durga

Road Trip Hits Air Fresheners

Road & Rail

The Track Club on the road and on the track

MotoPower

OBD-II Diagnostic Scanner

Crime Stopper

Remote start system

iOttie

Phone holder for wireless charging

PowerHouse Books

Automatic portraits

Stark VS

Car wheel moving dollies

Weize

Hitch Cargo Carrier

Chemical Guys

Car Wash Kit

DeWALT

Mechanics Tool Set

permatex

Fast Orange Hand Cleaner

lectron

Tesla Charging Adapter J1772

Bell Racing

Bell Racing K1 Pro racing helmet

AstroAI

Digital Tire Pressure Gauge

EcoNour

Sunshade windshield

Rain-X

Latitude Wiper Blade

Jon Langston
The Senior Commerce Editor for Hearst Autos, Jon Langston is an avid motorcyclist and gear collector whose work has appeared in Men’s Journal, The Drive, Rider, Task & Purpose, Cycle World and more.
Collin Morgan
Collin Morgan is the Assistant Commerce Editor at Hearst Autos, where he showcases the best gear for your automotive endeavors.
Emmet White
Emmet White, a New York transplant native of the Pacific Northwest, has a passion for all things possible: cars, bicycles, airplanes and motorcycles.

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