The 100 Hottest Cars of All Time

Triumph TR6 (1969–1976)

Slightly old-fashioned in design, the TR6 is one of the most beloved examples of England's automotive specialty, the roadster.

Honda NSX (1990–2005)

The NSX was a hugely important car for its time, proving that the supercar was ready to rise from the sketchy exotics of the '80s to sleek, smart new heights.

Mazda RX7 (1992–2002)

From its curvaceous body to its unique Wankel turbocharged rotary engine, the third generation RX7 was unlike anything else on the market.

Porsche Carrera 2.7 RS (1973)

With its 210-hp engine and telepathic steering, the '73 RS sums up everything that is wonderful about the 911 design.

MG MGA (1955–1962)

The MGA marked a new era for MG. With a modern, lightweight design and attractive body, the roadster was an immediate success, with over 100,000 ultimately being produced.

BMW M1 (1978–1981)

The first BMW to wear the now-famous M badge, the M1 is one of the rarest BMW models. Its midengine layout was designed specifically for racing success.