So much has been written about the specifications, power, and reliability of cars that there hasn’t been much said about which are the best looking cars. Not the best looking cars with muscle and sophistication. Not the best looking cars with luxurious space. Not the best looking cars for the money. Just the cars that make you say hmmm. These are the cars with simple, endurable style. They may have some other minor flaws here and there, but they are all cars that will make your friends jealous to see you driving them. They’re the head-turners. Take a look at the kings of style, the best looking cars.
Bringing the Mustang back to its old Shelby body style is one of the best decisions that Ford manufacturers ever made. Whoever brought that idea up in design meetings deserves a raise. Is there any denying that this is one mean looking automobile? The high-trimmed fenders gracefully cup the tires without taking away from the growling slope of the hood, finishing in the classic Mustang grill with optional foglights and the running pony emblem smack in the middle. It’s available in a convertible body style but that really takes away from the sloping rear styling that gives the ‘Stang its signature appearance.
Another throwback to old styling, the Challenger takes styling to a new level, combining the best of what’s old with the best of what’s new. Without a doubt, the best of this new styling is the SRT-8 version which harnesses the power of a 6.1L Hemi V8 to give it that old-style thunder to go with the lightning flash. An optional dual hood scoop only adds to the front-end dynamics as do the optional black racing stripes, 20-inch alloy wheels and retro-themed Mopar accessories. The headlights feature separate lamps for high and low beams, another throwback to the old days.
Though its available in coupe and convertible body styles, the sedan version of the CTS is the one that turns the most heads. It doesn’t offer sleek aerodynamics or fierce muscle-flexing fenders, but it does offer a vast difference to the past elongated, box-style Caddys. A flattened, sharpened nose surrounds a trapezoidal front grille which harnesses the traditional Cadillac emblem, giving the CTS the look of sportier models in a luxury class. A thicker, wider rear end enhances trunk space and the flared fenders housing monstrous 19-inch wheels give it a much tougher look than any other car in its class.
Audi, a company known for luxury and practicality, breaks from tradition and trims the A7 down to look more like an elongatedwithout the spoiler. From the middle of the vehicle to the back, most would swear they are looking at a hatchback, yet the front end delivers a sleek, tapered windshield, ending in a steep drop-off front end. The rectangular headlight housings look more like a pair of glaring eyes and the front bumper contours the wheels with a snugness that stays firm and contoured. The Audi emblem remains high on the grille which only adds to the ground effect appeal. Definitely one of the best looking sedans you’ll find.