The 100 Hottest Cars of All Time

Aston Martin DB9 (2004–2011)

The V-12-powered DB9 polished up the already attractive DB7 and set the style tone for Astons to come.

Austin-Healey 3000 (1959–1967)

The Austin-Healey 3000 is a touch larger and heavier than other British roadsters of its day. By today's standard, though, it's still a compact featherweight.

Nissan GT-R (2009–Present)

The GT-R is an automotive wonder not only for its looks, but also for its uncanny ability to use high technology to shame exotic supercars that cost many times as much as the Nissan.

Lamborghini Miura (1966–1972)

The Miura was Lamborghini's original midengined supercar, and it made the company's vengeful ambitions—to dethrone Ferrari—obvious to all.

BMW 507 (1956–1959)

This little-known roadster offered serious style. Despite its brilliant aesthetics, the 507 was a flop for BMW at the time, though it inspired the Z8.

Volkswagen Karmann Ghia (1955–1974)

The Karmann Ghia was a surprisingly popular experiment for VW. The sporty coupe was built largely from the existing Beetle model, but featured bodywork by Italian designer Ghia and German coachbuilder Karmann.