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5 of some of the most beautiful cars out there!

Please keep in mind that this is just my opinion and I am writing this just for fun. Please comment below cars you think deserve to be on the list.

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5. Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

Aston Martin is notorious for making gorgeous grand tours and there was many more that I considered for this list. The DBS superleggera however isn't just gorgeous but incredible when it comes to engineering. The car uses a 5.2 L twin-turbocharged V-12 that produces an absurd 715 horsepower and 664 lb ft of torque. Mated to all that power and torque is an 8-speed shift-paddle transmission. Thanks to James Bond, Aston martin's are just so classy and are unlike any other car on the planet. The DBS had a long sleek hood and a large, but well-sculptured grill that I really like. I love how the lines of the entire car are very streamlined and slick. I truly love the design of this glorious Aston Martin!

Motor Trend

Motor Trend

4. Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale

Most Italian performance cars not only have powerful engines, but a gorgeous design. The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful cars on the planet. And I agree. Not only is the striking body beautiful, but the engineering. The engine is a tiny 2.0 L flat-plane crankshaft V-8 that has dual overhead camshaft technology in a vintage sports car. It has 2-valves per cylinder and 2 spark plugs per cylinder. It has a incredible redline of 10,000 rpm. Mated to that phenomenal engine is a 6-speed manual. Now that is how it should be. The 33 Stradale look amazing with its smooth lines that just look glamorous. The red paint job makes it look all the better. The small grill and large headlights give the car lots of flare and I just love the car!

Drive mag

Drive mag

3. 1989 Porsche 911 Speedster

Classic Porsche's are some of the coolest cars on the planet. Not to mention they are very alluring. There is also nothing like a naturally aspirated flat-6 that can produce 231 horsepower and 195 lb ft of torque in a small sports car. The flat-6 is can breath in 3.2 L of air and is cooled by air. The Speedster was actually lighter than the cabriolet by 150 pounds. Back then Porsche's were still very expensive. The base price was $65,000, which is $135,819 in today's money. Only 2,104 were ever sold. Most of them are in Europe with about 800 being in the United States. When it comes to the beauty of the Speedster, The wide fender flares from the rear look amazing and I love how the rear of the car slicks downward. Of course it looks its best with the roof down. I also love the design of the classic 911 wheels and the scratch protectors on the fenders!

Bring a Trailer

Bring a Trailer

2. Laferrari

Ah the Ferrari! Ferrari is all about Italian beauty. And there is nothing like a Laferrari. It truly is the pinnacle of modern Ferraris'. With the gorgeous lines comes the naturally aspirated 6.3 L V12 that produces 789 horsepower at 9,000 rpm and 516 lb ft of torque at 6,7500 rpm. Obviously it is has DOHC technology with 4-valves per cylinder and a flat-plane crankshaft. Of course the Laferrari is a hybrid and that hybrid system produces an extra 160 horsepower, which brings the figure up to 949 horsepower which is incredible. Focusing on its design the Laferrari has a v-angle front that makes it have a sharp point on the front. And I don't even need to tell you about the gorgeous mirrors that extend from the doors of the car. The large vent past the door seams look incredible. What I like most is how the Laferrari is curvy and not angular like a Lamborghini Aventador for example. The Engine is also displayed showing off all its glamour. I truly love the design of the car!

Mecum Auctions

Mecum Auctions

1. Ford GT

When I first saw the Ford GT in person my jaw dropped to the floor. It was absolutely stunning. You can disagree with me all you want, but in my personal opinion it is the most gorgeous car on the planet. The Ford GT has a 3.5 L twin-turbocharged ecoboost V-6 that produces 647-660 horsepower. Mated to the engine is a 7-speed dual clutch, shift paddle transmission. The Ford GT has a racing cockpit, where you sit so snug you are touching your passenger. The car is mostly carbon-fiber and is truly the most special Ford out there. The Flying buttresses are one of the best features in its design. I love the round headlights and the fact that they don't look to menacing. The dimples in the front hood also add to its beauty. One of the coolest parts is the dual-circular exhausts that are straight in the middle of the car. I love how as the car shapes to the rear it all melds together. The smooth lines and curves are just so perfect. I could go on and on but I think you get my point!

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Classic Driver Market

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Dupont Registry

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Comments (17)

  • Very nice list!

      11 days ago
  • What about the E-Type?

      11 days ago
  • that’s a pretty good list, i’d, however, replace the Ford GT, good job though!

      11 days ago
    • Never!!! Most beautiful car I have ever seen! I’m sorry!

        11 days ago
    • ur good brother, i think the 1st gen Ford GT looks a whole lot better, to me this gen looks like a fish

        11 days ago
  • I see posting is fixed. What changed?

      11 days ago
  • For me, the best looking car is either the Ferrari 250GTO or the Ford GT40 Mark 4

      10 days ago
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