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This is the definitive list to end all 100 Cars lists. You’ll have to read another and this list is absolutely, precisely and transcendently correct. is until we have a few more

Greatness, for the reason of this is defined by a vehicle’s direct, contribution to American automotive That does not mean a car had to actually have been in America, but that its legend how other cars are seen in its Some of the choices here are racecars.

So it’s a biased in favor of cars that love, but it also acknowledges everyday cars that shaped our lives.

Still, success doesn’t matter but greatness does come in So these are production vehicles. No like the Batmobile or Don “The Prudhomme’s Hot Wheels Funny And there are no flying cars unless you count the 1965 Cobra 427.

100. Acura Integra Type-R: heads, 8,000-rpm redline, and the front-drive chassis ever. still the ultimate sport

99. 1991 Ford Explorer: It the 1990s with its ubiquity and the SUV the standard family hauler. Its rep has but its impact hasn’t faded.

98. Toyota Supra Twin Though it never sold in numbers, this was the first capable of being modified to (and withstand) 1,000

97. 1968 Datsun 510: A box on wheels that could Porsches in SCCA races. It was a BMW 2002 and a model of simplicity greatness.

96. 1984 Toyota AE86: The mundane rear-drive that taught the world how to Its simplicity — and DOHC 1.6-liter — are its greatest virtues.

95. 1992 H1: Ludicrously impractical on-road and capable off. From to Beverly Hills, it’s the ultimate SUV.

94. 1986 LM002: Audacious, outrageous and by the Countach’s V12. It was the first high-performance SUV, a segment now with Cayenne Turbos and X5 Ms.

93. Acura Legend: It’s the car proved the Japanese could a true luxury machine and had to be seriously.

92. 2003 Mitsubishi Evolution VIII: This is the Evo came to America and reset performance expectation. It’s the rally car for the common man.

91. Jeep Wagoneer: With its mix of 4×4 toughness and carlike luxury, it the family SUV category. In production for a 30 years, the biggest surprise is Jeep isn’t still it.

90. 1990 Nissan 300ZX Turbo: After more a decade of soft Z-cars, reclaimed sports car supremacy the overwhelmingly capable 300-horsepower turbo.

89. 1995 BMW 7 Series: The E38 7 is the first big BMW that drove and as good as the smaller BMWs. timeless sedans proved a full-size car can be a driver’s car.

88. 2007 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG: A turbocharged V12 elevates this into the realm of exotic cars. It may as well be a Gulfstream.

87. Mercedes-Benz 500E/E500: Mercedes after the M5 with the 322-hp and starts one of the great performance Built with help Porsche.

86. 1988 BMW M5: The first of the Division variations on BMW regular sedans. Its 3.5-liter six only 256 hp, but that was enough to be the best sedan of its time and to launch the M5

85. 1985 Chevrolet Camaro The official car of New Jersey and the most muscle machine ever Wore the best-looking 16-inch ever forged and the 1LE was a showroom world-beater.

84. 1939 Lincoln Edsel Ford’s invention was the of the American “personal luxury” car this V12-powered coupe. hood, short deck and a on the rump.

83. 1968 Toyota The best-selling automotive nameplate makes its first appearance in — two years after its debut in It’s still here.

82. Cadillac V16: Only of these most extravagant were built over 11 years in production. When was the standard of the world, this was the car set that standard.

81. 1979 RX-7: When it seemed cars were dead and in the late ’70s, along this simple Japanese-made, two-seater to reignite the passion.

80. Bentley Continental GT: 6.0 liters of W12 wrapped in bodywork with the impact of a rattlesnake strike. roars back under care.

79. 1950 Volkswagen 2: The VW microbus could do so much so for not a lot of money that it made and the van fun. The official vehicle of surfers and smoke shop since the Summer of Love.

78. Chevrolet Corvette ZR1: its supercharged 638-hp LS9 V8, this car that GM, though nearly at the time, could still do It’s the best Corvette

77. 1986 Ford Taurus: The car saved Ford. It set a new design and proved America could a modern front-drive sedan could stand in the ring the Camry and Accord.

76. 1936 810/812: Beyond innovations hidden headlamps and hidden hinges, the “coffin nose” 810 and supercharged 812 have set automotive for 75 years.

75. 1953 Ford The first truly stylish and the first pickup to develop a enthusiast following. This is a that stretched the definition of

74. 1946 MG TC: The spindly sports car American servicemen learned to while stationed in England. It the British sports car invasion and is its epitome.

73. 1951 Ford Country The wagon generations of us grew up in. is the definitive family car of the ’50s the ’80s, with awesome wood along its flanks.

72. Chevrolet Corvette V8: America’s car didn’t hit its stride until its year and the introduction of the small-block V8. things were still to

71. 1964 Ford GT40: built as a racecar, it was nonetheless used as a great road Won the 24 Hours of Le Mans for four years, 1966 through It’s the Ford that Ferrari.

70. 1968 Jaguar So beautiful that Jaguar dare screw much the styling for 41 years. Maybe the good car Britain produced the ’70s and ’80s.

69. 1948 XK120: The Bugatti Veyron of its Long, low, sleek a great big six under its hood, the was the fastest car you could buy at the time, an incredible top speed of 120 mph.

68. Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost: It was the car in the world. It’s also the car proved that a car could be glamorous and a beautifully built of art.

67. 2010 Porsche It’s the four-door every manufacturer feared Porsche build. Capable in every even if you don’t like how it A game-changer.

66. 1970 Range Originally, it was just a more slightly more comfortable of the Land Rover. But the Range soon became the epitome of SUVs and has continued in that

65. 1941 Jeep MB: Built to win World War II, the original military MB would develop into the CJ and, eventually, today’s It is the 4×4 that made the idea of drive acceptable.

64. 1955 300: The big 300-hp Hemi coupe that dominated and was the prototype for the muscle cars were to come a decade

63. 1934 Chrysler Airflow: It was an unibody car in an era when no other were. Today virtually all are built how it was built more 75 years ago.

62. 1963 Martin DB5: The most car of all time thanks to James in the movie Goldfinger. It’s the car launched generations of automotive as well as many other Bondmobiles.

61. 1936 Mercedes-Benz Roadster: An engineering and styling One of the best-looking cars of all time and one of the powerful of its era with a supercharged An exotic car before there was a thing.

60. 1984 Chrysler When Chrysler was up against it took some K-Car remodeled them into the and reinvented family transportation. You up in this.

59. 1976 Porsche The 911 Turbo, icon of 1970s and the car that reignited interest in Wicked fast for its time, it a talented driver to get the most out of it.

58. 2011 Nissan Leaf: The mass-produced all-electric car from a manufacturer. The Leaf proves it can be

57. 1982 Ford Mustang Would hot-rodding and/or racing have survived the without the 5.0-liter Mustang?

56. Bugatti Veyron: Just average 1,001-hp, 8.0-liter, W16 powering an all-wheel-drive, two-seat, hypercar. Top speed 253.52 Or there’s the 1,200-hp Super at 267.85 mph.

55. 2002 WRX: Before the WRX, were bought by college in Maine. The WRX made Subaru It literally and figuratively turbocharged image.

54. 1977 Lotus It was Lotus’ first shot at a midengine GT and it was good enough to around for 27 years. It also had the ability to transform into a

53. 1962 Shelby Cobra 260 and The AC Ace was a boring English sports car a half-hearted Bristol engine. Shelby put the small-block Ford V8 in it and a legend.

52. 1965 Shelby 427: Shelby designed its own chassis, and fit the massive Ford 427 V8 to the incredible Cobra 427. still one of the quickest cars built and it’s somehow in production today.

51. 1975 308 GTB/GTS: Ferrari was foundering in the Its road cars were and boring. Then came the V8-powered 308 and the company had a hot seller. It Ferrari.

50. 1990 Chevrolet ZR1: A DOHC, 32-valve, all-aluminum V8 was exotic stuff in And 375 hp was awesome. The first Corvette to take on and outrun Europe’s

49. 1990 Lexus LS 400: A luxury car that bested the in several ways for a lot less It invented a brand and reinvented a

48. 1996 Audi A4: Audi had a dying brand since The A4 was so good it saved the company. the first true rival of the BMW 3

47. 1984 Jeep Cherokee: the Jeep brand from the car in the sky. This downsized started the compact SUV craze and one of the best off-roaders Jeep built.

46. 1992 Toyota The third Camry is the one that the car’s hold on America. its limo-style doors, impregnable and silent operation, it set a new standard for the sedan.

45. 1976 Honda Until the Accord appeared, family cars were the of Utah and Japanese cars perceived as unserious toys. All changed with this

44. 1987 Ferrari F40: a twin-turbocharged V8 making 470 hp, the F40 was built to its maker’s 40th anniversary. It was an 200-mph legend that Ferrari.

43. 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda: The 1970 redesign of Barracuda resulted in a broad that could swallow the 426 V8. It won the first NHRA Pro Stock and become the poster car for the muscle car


42. 1961 Lincoln Continental: 1960s American luxury. The designed suicide-door Lincoln (and convertible) was the perfect for the big-fin ’50s.

41. 1955 Thunderbird: America’s favorite An icon of design, style and

40. 1993 Honda Civic The two-door Civic became the platform for sport compact It was fast, cheap, good-looking, and easy to modify. A hot-rodding

39. 1992 Dodge Viper Just when it seemed all would be front-drive, four-cylinder Dodge introduced the outrageous 8.0-liter V10-powered Viper roadster. And the world was saved.

38. Toyota Prius: The second-generation proved gas-electric hybrids can be business and good cars.

37. Lotus 7: It’s Colin elemental sports car: a lesson in the virtues of low mass. incredibly small, but it casts a shadow over the world of engineering.

36. 1973 Lancia Incredibly tiny and powered by a V6, the Stratos was a rally car disguised as an starship. And it was World Rally in 1974, 1975 and 1976.

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35. Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class: Mechanically identical to an E-Class, the CLS pioneered the coupe” styling that has across the automotive landscape.

34. Honda Civic CRX: The fun economy car. Unique in way. It was a great two-seat, commuter and an even better machine. Led the way to the sport compact

33. 1973 Lamborghini Countach: “supercar,” then and now. It was ludicrously impractical, stupidly and impossible to see out of. It also pioneered doors.

32. 1968 Mercedes-Benz 6.3: A staid sedan with 6.3 liters of fuel-injected V8 247 hp. It was a German muscle sedan before they became — AMG before AMG.

31. 1995 BMW M3: The E36 M3 made the M3 legend stick. shockingly smooth, perfectly and able to kick ass in Technicolor.

30. Jaguar E-Type: Sex on four and that’s enough. Some say the car ever made. Not just but provocative in a slutty-yet-sophisticated way. 3.8-liter six-cylinder roadsters are the beautiful.

29. 1970 Datsun It’s a sharply creased of the Jag E-Type, built with quality. It made Japanese cars respectable and essentially Datsun in the U.S.

28. 1990 Miata MX-5: Since the weren’t building small cars, Mazda decided it build a small British car in Japan — and it became the best-selling car in history.

27. 1990 Acura An all-aluminum, midengine sports car so it forced Ferrari to build Ferraris. Honda’s VTEC valve timing system be universally adopted. Honda at its

26. 1975 Volkswagen Golf/Rabbit It’s the dawn of the hot hatch the lightweight Golf and a 1.6-liter producing 110 hp. It’s the prototype for of hot hatches yet to come.

25. 1957 500: Even before the Fiat’s diminutive rear-engine 500 was races and proving a small car be a performance car. The Abarth firm made it a legend.

24. Ford: A true postwar the ’49 Ford used a dramatically envelope body without boards or fenders distinctly from the hood’s sweep. other car would follow.

23. Porsche 917: Porsche 25 917s for homologation in 1969. It won Le in 1970 and 1971, only when the rules changed. The 917 holds the Le Mans fastest lap

22. 1989 Nissan Skyline It was never officially exported to the States, but the “R32″ was the first with all-wheel drive and the turbo-6. Its legend couldn’t be to Japan.

21. 1987 Porsche All-wheel drive, twin-turbo plant, six-speed manual composite body panels, heads: The 959 was Porsche’s look the near future. That’s we are today.

20. 1987 Buick National and GNX: With 3.8-liter turbo V6s, the Buicks ruled the street in the They were also the and only American muscle powered by something other a big V8.

19. 1973 Pontiac Trans Am Duty: Truly the last car of the classic era. When other manufacturer was wimping Pontiac added the 310-hp 455 Duty V8 to the Trans Am.

18. 1967 Camaro: GM’s belated to the Mustang became instantly with racers, hot rodders and everyone else. Maybe the raced American car ever.

17. Pontiac GTO: It was just a Le with a big 389 V8 under its hood, fancy redecoration on its flanks and a stolen from Ferrari. It was the of the muscle cars.

16. 1963 Corvette Sting Ray: The window. Everybody knows it. the pinnacle of Corvette styling and one of the sports cars ever. the first Corvette with suspension.

15. 1964 Ford Under the skin it was just a but the original pony car was a sensation. It the automotive youth market and Lee Iacocca an icon.

14. 1949 88: The new high-compression, overhead-valve, 303-cubic-inch V8 made up to 165 hp when the best only made 100. The 88 was for the next 25 years of American

13. 1938 Bugatti Type 57S Still one of the most beautiful ever built and one of the most for its time. It was the car as pure art: the automotive aesthetic.

12. 1908 The first car with truly parts, it was declared the “Standard of the for the quality of its components. Without precision, there are no cars

11. 1966 Lamborghini Miura: The hypercar. With its transverse V12 and coachwork, it’s the best-looking and car of its era. Lamborghini has been to build an appropriate encore since.

10. 1968 BMW 2002: is the first modern sport Despite having just two and a 2.0-liter four, the 2002 revolutionize what owners of their sedans — actual pleasure.

9. 1908 Ford T: It was the first car most people afford. And it was the first car around for an industry was built to improve it. The was invented around the Model T everything from paint to parts.

8. 1928 Duesenberg J: With its massive straight-8 265 hp (supercharged “SJ” models 320) and beautiful bodies various coachbuilders, this was the supercar. The car other cars to be.

7. 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO: world GT champion, utterly and only 39 were built. the original GTO is the greatest Ferrari of all. No wonder Pontiac the name.

6. 1955 Mercedes-Benz “Gullwing”: Engineered around a frame covered with and aluminum and a direct-injection straight-6. the greatest Mercedes ever and the sports car of the 1950s.

5. 1964 911: The everyday sports A motorsports legend. A timeless Still the benchmark. The greatest of all time.

4. 1938 Volkswagen Produced around the world for 65 the air-cooled original Beetle was the car for generations of drivers. May be the most car ever.

3. 1955 Chevrolet: the new 265-cubic-inch “small-block” V8 and looking an upright Ferrari, the 1955 was a stunner in every way. The Chevy ever.

2. 1959 Mini: Sir Alec Issigonis his little runabout with a engine and front-wheel drive. years later we realize he the blueprint for virtually all mainstream cars.

1. 1932 Ford V8: The performance car a working man could with looks swiped from Duesenberg. This car has American automotive culture for 80 years.

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