Since the invention of cars and brands, we have been introduced year in year out to different designs and models. Some have had us not sure what brand or model it was except for the logos, but some have set the pace in the scenes and have stood out enough to be classified as cool.
2018 Tesla Model 3
Word has been going around about the latest model from Elon Musk’s Tesla Company, and the common phrases used for it are completely brilliant, high-caliber semi-self-driving. This design is one that has had tech-savvy people very curious.
From the 2014 BMW i8 and the 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat to the 2016 Tesla Model X and the 2017 Chevy Bolt, one thing we can say is the shift to electric car designs. With their unique, groundbreaking features, these cars were ahead of their time.
We cannot fail to mention the McLaren P1 car that was released in 2013. If one wanted a Sports car that year, this was worth every single coin as it could go from 0 to 60 mpg in less than 3 seconds. A real hybrid machine.
The 2009 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione car took us some years back but with some sleeker designs. In 2010, it was the Lexus LFA. Its design was so great that it would remain in the books for years to come.
The 2011 Chevy Volt was known as the sustainable machine. Just right for the times that we find ourselves. And in 2012, a Tesla Model S that was all electric.
One very remarkable car in 2008 was the Nissan GT-R which was first produced in 2007. In 2008, the car was too awesome that it won the EVO Car of the Year Award after successfully being modeled after the Skyline.
Between 2004 and 2007, the attention of people that liked fast cars and insane engines were majorly targeted, which led to the release of the Porsche Carrera GT (2004), Bugatti Veyron (2005), Chrysler 300 SRT-8 (2006), and the Audi R8 (2007).
One of the brands, that keeps getting mentioned till date when listing fast cars is the Aston Martin one, particularly the 2003 model – Aston Martin DB9 which was not just known for speed but also comfort.
Between the years 1999 and 2002, we had the revolutionary cars like the Nissan Skyline GT4 R34, the BMW Z8, the Honda S2000 and the Enzo Ferrari respectively.
We can’t especially forget the Enzo Ferrari as it got even people that couldn’t afford it was aspiring to get one of the cool, colorful rides.
We can call the 90s the time for the BMW brand. One particular model was the BMW M5 E39 which became the standard for all the other models after it.
Anyone that loves the BMW and didn’t love this model didn’t enjoy the brand.
Between the years 1994 and 1997, tinier and shorter fast cars were the thing. Remember the Toyota Supra that was used by Paul Walker in the movie Fast and the Furious, and it was produced in 1994.
Other powerful cars within these years were the Mazda RX-7 (1995), the Porsche Boxster (1996) and the Acura Integra (1997).
In 1993, the world witnessed a record-breaking design from the McLaren company known as McLaren F1. This beauty could go as fast as 231 mph, and this record remained unbroken for a good 11 years.
For the millennials born between 1989 and 1992, these were the rides that were reigning at that time.
The Lancia Delta Integrale (1989), the very sleek Honda/ Acura NSX (1990), the powerful-engine Dodge Viper SR1 (1991) and the Jaguar XJ220 (1992).
Honda might have been gotten many bad reviews, especially with the tires. But in 1988 the Honda CRX was THE car as it had the fourteen-inch tires and also 105 horsepower.
Smallish but mighty during that era.
It looks like the edgy and tapered mouth cars were the order of the day in the 80s as the Corvette C4 (1984), and Ferrari F40 tie (1987) were examples.
But in 1985, the car that the world was interested in was this German machine by BMW – M3 E30, and it wasn’t tapered in the front but very bold. Likewise, the Buick Grand National Turbo (1986).
The list could go as far back as the 50s, but we would stop in the 80s- 1983 to be precise- when the Lamborghini Countach LP500S was produced.
It sure looks like a spaceship car and a cooling machine for the 80s.