Can’t find the perfect gift for the car lover in your life. We’ve got you covered with 20 of the best car gifts for Christmas.
Car people can be a finicky (and expensive) bunch to shop for. If a new welder, aero kit, or the latest turbocharged sports car are out of your gift giving budget, don’t worry. We’ve curated a list of the twenty best car gifts for the auto enthusiast in your life.
Groceries, gas cans, and Christmas gifts; no one likes hearing those thuds and bangs coming from the cargo area as their stuff shifts around as they turn a corner. The Stayhold trunk organizer is a set of dividers, complete with Velcro anchoring, that can keep everything in back where you put it. A perfect gift for just about anyone with a car and stuff to haul.
A smarter way to keep your keys. This simple key holder can accommodate up to eight keys, folding them away into a compact package. No more jangle, no more jumble, and a lot less fumble … ling. Continually annoyed that your gifts don’t get used by their ungrateful recipients? Go for the simple and practical KeySmart Key Holder.
Every car should have a flashlight, and few are better than KeySmart’s swiveling Nano Torch Twist. The head can twist up to 90° so you can aim the beam as you please. A magnet, strobe, and SOS settings mean this flashlight will be there for you in emergencies.
They’ve got the European sports car from Porsche, BMW, or Jaguar, but to fully connect with their favorite sports car is a quality set of leather driving gloves. Riparos will have them looking the part of a serious car collector, even if that sick Lambo whip is a rental.
Whether you’re buying this for your adult kids and your messy but loveable grandchildren, or you’ve got a teenager or spouse who can’t help eating crackers in the car, ThisWorx’s Detailing Vacuum is a great practical car gift.
Speaking of messes, this one is for all of those loved ones with piles of candy wrappers, junk mail, and In-and-Out Burger receipts from 2014 covering the floor of their car. Lend them a hand (and a hint) with this simple and efficient fabric Drive Car Trash Can.
Scrubbing those rims can be a chore. The Brush Hero wheel cleaning brush head makes it easy. Another great gift for those devoted to giving their cars all the necessary TLC.
We all know someone who can’t help losing their keys (perhaps it’s you). The Tile Bluetooth Key Finder allows you to quickly locate those keys, be they lost in the couch, on the kitchen counter, or in your own pants pocket.
Can’t get to the track with your loved ones? The Playseat Evolution racing simulator chair is the next best thing. Make this the center piece of your home racing sim experience and burn some digital rubber.
They been asking for it for years, and maybe this is finally the Christmas they get the big red Craftsman Tool Chest checked off their list. (Note: You may want to suggest someone else gift all the tools to fill it.)
There are few dad gifts better than a proper coffee table book and this one by Tad Burness is about as good as it gets. We’re big fans of nostalgia here at the Daily Driver and we can’t think of a better way to spend Christmas with our dads than reminiscing over the family cars of yesteryear with My Dad Had That Car.