The 100 Hottest Cars of All Time

Maserati 3500 GT (1957–1964)

The 3500 offered classic lines and a gutsy six-cylinder engine. It was Maserati's breakthrough into the production GT world.

Ferrari F50 (1995–1997)

Although overshadowed by the iconic F40 that came before, the F50 was a more curvaceous and beautiful exotic, and packed a screaming V-12 in lieu of the turbocharged V-8. Only 349 were ever produced.