The 100 Hottest Cars of All Time

Bugatti Veyron (2005–2011)

It took nearly 15 years for a car to wrest the ultimate road-going performance title from the McLaren F1, so when the Veyron did it, the whole world took notice. In SS trim, the Veyron hits an absurd top speed of nearly 268 mph.

TVR Tuscan (1967–1971)

A classic from small-volume manufacturer TVR, the original Tuscan was a rare sight, even on British roads. Both the V-6 and V-8 engines available under the hood were sourced from Ford.

Ferrari 360 Modena (1999–2005)

The 360 Modena replaced the aging 355 as Ferrari's bread and butter mid-engine sports car, bearing a free-breathing V-8 and eye-catching looks.

Lamborghini Reventon (2009–2010)

Limited to just 20 production cars sold to the public, the Reventon rePresents the future of Lamborghini design. Its style, both inside and out, is inspired by stealth military jets.

Cadillac (1959)

The entirety of '50s automotive fashion in America can practically be summed up in the '59 Cadillac. Huge, heavy, and comically over-styled, it's a classic from a bygone era—and highly desirable in today's collector market.

Porsche 356 (1954–1965)

It may seem like the Porsche 911 has been around since the dawn of time, but actually, the 356 preceded it as the iconic German sports car.