If you wanted to haul more stuff, and ass, but did not find the GMC Syclone practical enough, GMC had magic up its sleeve for 1992. The Syclone was a heavily massaged GMC S-model baby pickup powered by a 4.3-liter turbocharged V6 putting down 280 horsepower through a four speed automatic to all four wheels all the time. The Syclone performed 0-60 mph runs in 4.9 seconds, which was terrific. But it was also a two seater with no trunk utility unless you delivered newspapers in it. That’s how the Syclone designers intended it to be, so it represented no flaw. Buy a Suburban if you wanted to haul heavy stuff. In the 1992 model year, GMC brought to market a hot clone of the Syclone turbocharged pickup, called the Typhoon. The Typhoon (pictured here as a 4-door), with the same awe-inspiring powerplant, was somewhat slower than a Syclone for the extra weight demanded by a four door mini Blazer, but it had room for four passengers plus their luggage.