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In your opinion, what is the most beautiful, well designed car you've seen.

Asked by Elumas (3170points) August 30th, 2010

What is the best looking car design you’ve seen? This can stretch from the Model T to 2030 concept cars. Please include photos.

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actuallery's avatar

corvette stingray

mrentropy's avatar

I never have a favorite or a “most ever” of anything, really, but I wish Chrysler had put the Chronos into production.

Austinlad's avatar

The older model Jag.

mandybookworm's avatar

sorry about the huge link

TexasDude's avatar

I don’t know about most well-designed, but the 55 Chevy Bel Air is one hot piece of chrome.

Aster's avatar

a classic Rolls Royce (sorry; pc won’t do links) is to me what “a beautiful” car looks like.

ucme's avatar I mean, looks to die for & a noise like Barry White eating wasps!!! What more could you possibly want?

RealEyesRealizeRealLies's avatar



Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But good design is priceless.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

A 1932 Cord is the most beautiful car I have ever birthday’s coming…hint hint hint XD

Frenchfry's avatar

1957 Chevy Convertible. I like classic car. They catch eye when they drive by.

ZEPHYRA's avatar

Alpha Romeo.

Cruiser's avatar

The 1937 Delahayne for sure can drive me around on a Sunday afternoon! WOOF!

RealEyesRealizeRealLies's avatar

A bit fond of the Z8 and original Viper Coupe

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

The 1980’s IMSA V-12 Jag GTP. It not only looked good, it sounded good. Watching Davy Jones power that through the s’s at Watkins Glen was amazing.

ragingloli's avatar

The Porsche 918 Spyder.

RealEyesRealizeRealLies's avatar

@mrentropy I love the Chronos. Never could decide between it and the Caddy Sixteen.

Can’t believe neither one of those cars made it to production.

ragingloli's avatar

Those two seem hideous to me. Especially that “chronos” thing.

RealEyesRealizeRealLies's avatar

I wish I could have been conceived in either one of them.

ragingloli's avatar

If I were a car designer (I do consider myself an artist), these two would have never left the pencil stage (except on their way to the rubbish can), much less advance to a physical prototype.

RealEyesRealizeRealLies's avatar

Perhaps as a Gumpert fan, a Bugatti is more to your liking…

Old Bugatti

New Bugatti

mrentropy's avatar

@RealEyesRealizeRealLies I don’t know, unless they figure nobody would go for a car that’s got an enormous hood in front.

RealEyesRealizeRealLies's avatar

It must have something to do with the mysterious falling testosterone levels in American males.

ipso's avatar

Design eh?

A no-brainer.

Road Legal:
McLaren F1 LM, papaya. I would take #6 for sure, but in a pinch I’d choose the new one.

Any car:
MP4–4 MP4–25

(I still like the Cheetah.)

Winters's avatar

I think it was the 2007 Saleen S7 TT

ipso's avatar

Ahhhh that 458 Italia ^ is breathtaking!


After all these years I still cant get over the stunning perfect timeless beauty of the 936 body series of the Porsche 911 (1993–1998). It’s been a long crush with that girl.

There is something magical in the hips and lines. T&A, to be sure. And of course the front end is so light, and darty, and clean to drive – as all 911s are.

I remember a car mag review about the Turbo when it came out:

~“The engineers came up with the ultimate answer to whatever the question was.”

I love that.

RealEyesRealizeRealLies's avatar

When I’m really really hungry, this is the most beautiful car in the world. Now available in smaller bite sized portions!

SamIAm's avatar

@py_sue : that car is SEXYYYY… kinda turned me on a little bit

shpadoinkle_sue's avatar

@Samantha_Rae It’s Steve Mcqueen’s car from Bullitt. I’ve been a classic Mustang lover from an early age, but that one cinched it. Ohhh, so, so pretty.

Fred931's avatar

@py_sue @Samantha_Rae I thought this was the Bullitt Mustang, or were you just pointing out what the production Shelby looked like in ‘68?

shpadoinkle_sue's avatar

@Fred931 You are right. That is the car from the film. That Highland Green, though, nuh uh for me. I like a nice soft blue, personally.

wolfram's avatar

The classic Porsche 911 Carrera is a fine example of the bezier curve used to maximize speed. You can take this stock car to the track without modification and it will give the Ferraris, Lamborghinis and the rest of them a run for their money. Its back-end weight is its secret weapon which can be unleashed in the corners.

Harold's avatar

Aston Martin DB9

mrentropy's avatar

I’ll also admit a weakness for the new Challenger.

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