Jaguar XK120 (1948–1954)

The definitive postwar British car. The XK120's sleeker style greatly contrasts with the look of its prewar predecessor, the SS100.

TVR Griffith (1991–2002)

TVR has been producing sports cars since the '50s, and the Griffith that debuted in 1991 represented a new era that brought the English maker back to the curvaceous designs it excelled at decades ago.

Ferrari America (1964–1966)

The America models marked the top of the Ferrari range of sports cars. Favorite variants are the 410 Superamerica and the 500 Superfast, as well as the shapely 375.

Ferrari 550 Maranello (1996–2001)

The front-engined grand-touring Ferrari came into its own with the 550 Maranello. The updated 575 M Maranello that followed only improved this formula further.

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.