For many of us, our cars are more than just vehicles we take to get from here to there. No, for many of us, our cars are pieces of art, beautiful vehicles that we love to drive not just for their levels of performance, but for how they look both inside and out.
But, which cars are the most beautiful of this year? Three folks–Vanity Fair’s Brett Berk, Matt Hardigree, the editor-in-chief of Jalopnik, and Michael Prichinello, the co-founder and owner of Classic Car Club Manhattan—have looked into the matter and compiled a list of what they consider to be the best-looking cars of 2013. And, considering that two of the three live in New York City, a place that many folks do not even own a beater commuter, the list is impressive.
- The Aston Martin CC100 Speedster has a deserved spot on the list for its ultra-wide grille and for looking very much like the spawn of a coupling between the Bat Mobile and the Mach 5.
- The McLaren P1 is, according to Prichinello, “a technological car with an aerodynamic design that’s beautiful and a fitting homage to its predecessor, the F1.”
- Though the next entrée on the list, the Jaguar F-Type convertible is indeed beautiful, it’s a Jag after all, it is also the most conventional-looking car on the list and one that I think should not have been given a spot.
- The Cadillac CTS, perhaps the ultimate modern day gangster car, made Berk ask, “”Can an American sports sedan intimidate the Germans? The new CTS indicates that the answer is, f$&k yes.”
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