5 Most Loved Classic Cars

Some people need a car simply in order to get from point A to point B. Others are a little more enthusiastic, cherishing each moment that they come into contact with a classic car from years gone by. After all, not only do many car fanatics feel a rush of nostalgia when seeing their favorite classic models, but they also have a high level of appreciation for the powerful engines and intricate designs that these automobiles possess. Let's take a look at some of the most beloved classic cars that even the most engine-obsessed car fanatics continue to adore to this day.

Jaguar E-Type

Oozing with British elegance, the E-Type was the sports car of its time, both elegant and performance-driven. Based on the D-Type that won the Le Mans three times between 1955 and 1957, Enzo Ferrari himself described it as “The most beautiful car ever made.” While constantly updated under the hood in order to ensure optimal performance, the exterior of the car remained as is, thereby ensuring that the E-Type upheld its timeless look.

Corvette Sting Ray

There's plenty to love about this convertible, from its smooth transmission to its superior performance when compared to its predecessors. What's more, this 1963 model was the first of its kind in terms of style, inspiring future generations with its elegance.

Volkswagen Beetle

There is perhaps no better-known affordable hatchback than the Beetle. Released in 1945, this classic is arguably Volkswagen's most instantly-recognizable model to date. In addition to being highly distinctive, it was the Beetle that inspired Volkswagen to make a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine standard. 

Aston Martin DB5

Released in 1964, the DB5 is more than a luxurious high-end vehicle — it is also a cinematic icon, appearing in numerous films throughout the James Bond franchise. Equipped with a four-liter inline six-cylinder engine, Aston Martin designed the DB5 to be more than a sports car. Instead, it was crafted into the ultimate luxury vehicle, with electric windows and a stylish coupe design. Manufactured with a magnesium alloy body based on the Superleggera patent technology, Aston Martin developed this car to be a perfect blend of British engineering and Italian style.