10 best classic cars in the world

We live in a world of continuous evolution of luxury supercars, where every year manufacturers release the latest models with high-tech features and the highest technical characteristics that even James Bond would envy.

Today we offer you a chance to get acquainted with the top 10 best classic cars in the world. Whether you’ are a die-hard gearhead or just someone who loves vintage design, you’ll agree that these are some of the best classic cars in the modern world.

Jaguar E-Type

Enzo Ferrari is an Italian racing driver and entrepreneur, founder of the Scuderia Ferrari Grand Prix racing team and later the Ferrari brand. He described the Jaguar E-Type as ‘the most beautiful car ever made’. Modeled after its predecessor, the D-Type, and a three-time Le Mans winner between 1955 and 1957, the Jaguar E-Type was a D-Type on a completely different level. Let’s imagine that the characteristics of a three-time award winner goes to another level. It was faster than a Ferrari for just a fraction of the price, and at the time was the best  sports car of its time. Three Jaguar E-Type series were produced from 1961 to 1975. Series 1, produced between 1961 and 1968, has the greatest value to collectors.

Maserati Ghibli 4.7

Ghibli was first developed in 1966 and presented at the 1966 Turin Motor Show. Ghibli instantly became iconic with its sleek, shark-like design, available in both the coupe and convertible (known as the Spyder). It followed the glorious A6 1500 of 1947 – a grand tourer. Maserati Ghibli was infused with powerful luxury, naturally Maserati’s racing DNA. Ghibili is still in the production to date.

Aston Martin DB5

A compilation of classic cars would be incomplete without the inclusion of the most famous Aston Martin DB5. The latest evolution of the DB4 series, the DB5 was the quintessential British grand tourer, no wonder it was James Bond’s choice of car. Although it is capable of speeds of up to 145 mph, the DB5 was more of a luxury 2+2 than a sports car, with standard features such as wool carpets and powered windows. Built in magnesium alloy body, using patent-bending Superleggera technology and a wicked mix of Italian styling and British engineering, it features a 4.0 liter inline 6 cylinder engine. The DB5 was made the most famous car in the world, starring in countless 007 movies.

Mercedes 300SL Gullwing

The world’s first Mercedes Gullwing supercar was the fastest car of its time and a true racing champion. Mercedes planned not to continue producing the 300SL race car until Max Hoffman, the official US importer of Mercedes-Benz, conducted a relentless campaign to make sure they changed their mind. Launched in 1954 at the New York International Auto Show, the Mercedes Gullwing received acclaim from admiring crowds. Designed with a racing heritage, built on a chassis with a space frame, a flat elegant body with impressive aerodynamics and a powerful straight six developing 215 hp, it was the first Mercedes with a fuel-injected engine, that had never been seen before. 29 Mercedes Gullwing, built from aluminum, now costs four times more than the already expensive steel versions.

Chevrolet Camaro

American automaker General Motors was in cahoots with another car giant Ford until the ’60s, when it reached its peak, when Ford released the Ford Mustang. At this point, Chevrolet began working on a more powerful car codenamed “Panther”. Later it turned out that the “Panther” is a “Camaro”, which had to be considered as a supercar.

While the Camaro has undergone several transitions over the years, the classic model with two racing lanes is still hard to beat.

Ford Boss Mustang

 The Boss 302 came to life in 1969 as a result of a long-running competition with Chevrolet, in which Ford sought to dethrone the Camaro as the king of the road. This led to the creation of one of the true icons of the automotive world, with a briliant aesthetic and perfomance that really puts ‘muscle’ into a muscle car. 

The Boss 302 Mustang was designed by Larry Shinoda, a former General Motors employee.

Lamborghini Miura

Produced by the Italian automaker between 1966 and 1973, the Lamborghini Miura set the standard for supercars around the world. It was the first ever race car to have a mid-engined rear layout, the same configuration as all race cars today. The Miura has a naturally aspirated twelve-cylinder V-shaped mid-stroke engine, that delivers a maximum torque of 369 Nm at 5,000 rpm and a maximum output of 350 hp at 7,000 rpm, transmitted to the 15-inch rear wheels by a manual 5-speed transmission. It can move from zero to 60 mph in half a second.

In terms of high-performance and high-end cars, the Lamborghini Miura is simply one of the best.

Corvette Stingray

As the second generation of corvettes, the Stingray has taken the brand’s popularity to a whole new level. While the original Corvette was a fun car on its own level, the Stingray blew it out of the water on all fronts.

Smaller, more maneuverable and faster than previous models, the Stingray was the first American car in DeSoto back in 1942 to have hidden headlights, that appear when the engine is turned on.


Ferrari 250 GTO

The V12, 300 hp Ferrari 250 GTO is the basis for all subsequent Ferrari models and is a source of inspiration for competing car brands to step up their games. Only 36 of these cars (dubbed the “Picasso of the automotive world”) were made between 1962 and 1963. This particular car not only won the 1964 Tour de France, but also finished 4th at Le Mans, the iconic motor race. It is road-legal, its top speed is 174 mph, and it can accelerate to 0-60 in 6.1 seconds: yet all these years later, the acceleration is faster than most roller coasters. Considered one of the best racing cars in the world and the most expensive, selling for a staggering $48.4 million at auction in 2014, in 2018 this car, also known as the Holy Grail of Ferrari, changed hands for a rumored record $70 million. Buying it gave its owner access to a secret invitation-only club of 250 GTO owners, who meet for lavish events at swanky venues around the world.

Ford Model T

A true classic car of all time, the Ford Model T was Henry Ford’s practical and affordable horseless carriage for the common man, which was conceived in 1908 at an initial price of $850 for the buying public. With a design that most would consider incredibly archaic, the Ford Model T paved the way that lead to the United States becoming a major player in the global automotive market.

By 1925, the price of the Ford Model T had dropped to less than $300, ensuring that 40% of all cars sold in the United States were the Ford Model T. Nicknamed “Henry’s car for the masses”, the Ford Model T was a success: from 1913 to 1927, more than 15 million of the cars were produced.