Some cars are timeless. It doesn’t matter when they were made, they will be desirable forever. Their shapes and styles are burned into our mind’s eye. Their performance legends, whether true or not, inspire film and pop culture. These are machines that will be featured in every video game and adorn wall posters for all eternity.
The car that spanked Ferrari in Le Mans and inspired the 2005 Ford GT and upcoming 2017 model. Its shape is timelessly beautiful. It’s reputation is legendary.
1969 Camaro SS
While not memorable from anything specific, the 1969 Camaro lives on in pop culture and will forever be an instant name drop for the muscle car era.
Not only was the car an important leap forward from an engineering stand point, but it’s styling regularly makes it a top contender for “sexiest car of all time.” 50 years after its initial release, and the car is still as desirable as the day it first hit dealer showrooms.
Every Lamborghini V12 car is an icon. But perhaps none more so than the original Miura; the car that sparked Lamborghini’s reputation for mad styling and a playboy attitudes.
A shape and design which has remained consistent for 50 years, every 911 is instantly recognizable for what it is.
Aston Martin DB5
Because James Bond. The car represented everything Aston Martin stood for. Style, speed and sophistication. It made you know exactly what an Aston Martin is and what it was all about.
There are many good looking, iconic Ferraris, but none more so than the F40. This is the shape that everybody would immediately recognize as a Ferrari.
Nissan Skyline R34
The most modern icon on the list. Modern pop culture turned the R34 into something mystical, and even a hero of the silver screen.
1967 Ford Mustang
Everybody knows this car. The young and old alike. Whether you’re from America, Europe, Asia, Africa, it doesn’t matter. Everybody knows a Mustang, and this the car they think of when you say the word.