The 100 Hottest Cars of All Time

Noble M12 M400 (2004–2007)

You may never have heard of Noble—it's not a huge name. Its M12 sports car, however, was a huge performer, and a favorite among track-day enthusiasts.

Lamborghini Aventador (2011–Present)

The latest Lamborghini flagship supercar is an obvious evolution of the mighty Murcielago that preceded it. As expected, packs an enormous amount of power and flashy style.

Ferrari 250 GTO (1962-1964)

Audi R8 (2006–Present)

It was only a matter of time before Audi produced a supercar of its own, and when it finally appeared, the R8 was universally adored with potent engines and a unique appearance.

Lotus Esprit (1993–2004)

Despite going through some awkward "wedge" phases in its early days, the Esprit hit its stride with the early '90s S4 variant. By the twin-turbo V-8 generation, it had evolved into a legitimate exotic.

Chevrolet Camaro (1966–1969)

The original Camaro set many young hearts aflutter. With muscular, purposeful styling and power to spare, the '60s Camaro became an instant classic.