Top 9 Coolest Cars
It’s not only about driving a car; it’s about driving it with a style. Some will tell you that the most important thing is to have a functional car that can take you from A to B, but most people know that having a good car (besides the functionality part) with great design and color is a matter of taste and prestige. Quality machines were always attracting driver’s interest and were making them spend good money on them since the beginning of the producing cars industry. So buckle up we are traveling through time and reminiscence the Coolest cars that made changes in the automobile history. Some of them are still cool looking even for today and can be classified as old timers, while others will forever remain in the car fans hearts as the best designs ever made.
#1. 1967 Mazda Cosmo
This was Mazda’s first rotary-engined car and the machine that kicked off the brand’s half-century love affair with the technology. If it wasn’t for this model the twin-turbo RX-7 nor the MX-5 with unreal Mazda Miata coilovers wouldn’t have existed. As well as these, the Le Mans-winning four-rotor wouldm’t have either, meaning there is nowhere to look for proof that car engineers still have silly, impractical, awesome dreams. The design oozes with that 60s simplicity yet today it can be easily qualified as an old timer.
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#2. 1965 Shelby Cobra 427
This beauty is the result of taking a sports car that beat everybody and doubling the power, but also the embodiment of American car culture: crazy ambition plus a bad chick attitude and a heaping dose of louder-faster-better. Still the standard by which all supercars are judged. It looks pretty timeless so it can be easily driven today and pass like a completely modern and urban drive.
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#3. 1965 Jaguar E-Type Coupe Series 1 4.2
First thing that catches your attention is the incredible design – flat back and very large front part. But even this mid sixty look doesn’t make this car less cool and less good. It was pretty futuristic back in time. The coupe was added to the roadster’s perfection without seeming gratuitous. The early, covered-headlight cars were made with punctual correction.
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#4. 1977 Pontiac Trans Am
You have to admit that this looks badass even today. If you were watching those late seventies movies you remember that most cool guys were riding cars like this. The semi-convertible rooftop gives this four wheeled ride a unique design and look and the spoiler on the back simply oozes that seventies spirit.
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#5. 1984 Ferrari 288 GTO and 1987 Ferrari F40
It has to be red and it has to be Ferrari. Is there anyone out there who didn’t wonder how it felt to drive this fire on four wheels? The recognizable look with front lights that were opening up once you start the engine and the large spoiler on the back of the car are making this vehicle one of the most popular cars in the past twenty years. It is still a synonym for money and class.
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#6. 1984 Mercedes-Benz AMG Hammer
There is no car list without at least one German machine. Mercedes-Benz is a synonym of a endurable car with precisely build in motor and parts and the interior is comfortable and classy. After all, people who bought their Mercedes about three decades ago would tell you that they were serving them great for at least two decades. The famous design is recognizable everywhere.
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#7. 1992 Dodge Viper
Red hot convertible with the ultra nineties vibe in its design, that’s the initial impression for this famous car. The Viper was initially conceived in late 1988 at Chrysler’s Advanced Design Studios. But the Dodge did not take the market until 1996. The car lacked emissions equipment and some electronics, as well as a speed limiter. But, it looked pretty cool and the design was pretty unique.
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#8. 2008 Chevrolet Corvette
This is a typical American racing car and its shape is here to give you that association. It is always in yellow, made from Detroit masterminds Pratt & Miller. The C6.R wasn’t as dominant as its predecessor, the C5.R, but it looked better and won Le Mans. It has that dangerous and cool nineties design with the huge spoiler on the back of the truck but of course the motor and the inside design belong to the new century.
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#9. 2014 Rolls Royce Wraith
Rolls Royce doesn’t often introduce a new model so the appearance of the new Wraith is practically an event. The Wraith has aristocratic exterior but is designed to be driven by the owner rather than a chauffeur. The Wraith is powered by V12 engine that produce 624 horsepower and no one asks about the fuel economy ratings though they are available, 13 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway. Of course it costs a lot, but it looks beyond luxury and classy too.
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