The term "horsepower" describes how powerful a car is based on how many horses helped assemble it in the factory. Use the key below to find out how much horsepower you need:
100 horsepower: Use this nearly powerless car to transport workers around a farm or tie a sled to it and pull your child around.
200 horsepower: This slightly better car could go to the grocery store, but it might get tired on the way and have to stop to rest.
300 horsepower: This medium-powerful car should be used for commuting to work and making people on bikes nervous.
400 horsepower: This car is strong enough to take a group of children to school if they are too mean and funny to ride the bus with regular kids.
500 horsepower: This amount of horsepower makes your car almost 100% horse. You'll notice it has a kinship with humans, but a simultaneous need to roam the earth freely. Like any horse, this car should be used for towing speedboats and making everyone else on the highway jealous.