cool car brands

cool car brands

Cool Car Brands

Taste is a subjective thing, but elements of style aren’t. It is almost universally accepted that proportion, symmetry, shape, and other principles of design need to work in harmony to produce beautifully-crafted works of art. Car and automobile design is no exception. On this list, we’re going to look over some of the consistently best-looking car brands on the market today and decide which one is the current king of the lookers. Before we begin, we have a few basic rules. Firstly, no single-model brands. Anyone can make a one-hit wonder if it’s the only thing they have to work on. That means no Bugatti, Noble, or any number of other gorgeous single-model brands. Secondly, we’re talking about cars, which means no preference or prejudice towards trucks, SUVs, crossovers, trains, or planes. Cars only. Laslyt, we’re limiting this list to current manufacturers, considering only their current models. It would just be never ending chaos otherwise. Note: You’ll probably notice that this list of the best designed car brands skews heavily toward exotica and brands with only two or three models. That’s the nature of the beast; generic shapes designed for mass consumption usually aren’t notably pretty. At least, not compared to the well-designed car brands on this list.So read on to learn more about the best looking brands of cars and automobiles on the market today, and be sure to upvote the car companies you think are rolling out the best designs on the lot.
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Cool Car Brands

4 + – 183 73 6 people just voted on Maserati Photo: uploaded by Richard Rowe It seems a corporate kinship with Ferrari has been good for Maserati, especially in terms of design. There was a time when Maserati didn’t really seem to know where it was going, but they seem to have settled on decidedly “forward.” Looking a bit like an LF-A that’s been to finishing school in Switzerland, Maserati’s newest offering blends the best of classic proportion with the hardest of post-modern detail. That’s carried over through the entire line, and the brand is better for it. Also Ranked #15 on The Best Vehicle Brands & Car Manufacturers Currently #2 on The Best Italian Brands #8 on The Best Car Manufacturers of All Time, Ranked #91 on The Best Logos in the World see more on Maserati
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Cool Car Brands

The JD Power Vehicle Dependability Survey gives as strong a clue as any as to how reliable a car might be. The results of the 2016 survey, which asked 13,000 car owners about any problems they’d experienced with their vehicles, focused on cars registered between 2013 and 2015.  There are some surprise movers in 2016’s survey with luxury car manufacturers not doing so well, but more mainstream brands heading the pack. New 2017 JD Power Vehicle Dependability data will be available soon, but for now this is the most up-to-date information we have. Here’s how the top 20 shaped up. 
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Cool Car Brands

2 + – 208 87 McLaren Photo: Automotive Rhythms/Flickr Most of us think only of the P1 when we hear the McLaren name these days, but they’ve got several models, and every one of them is a looker. Granted, they’re unapologetically mid-engine, so they don’t have the classic proportions of some other sports cars. And some people decry the styling as a bit underwhelming at first glance. But like any good art, it’s the details that draw you into McLaren’s styling. These cars demand some study to be truly appreciated – preferably at 200 mph.Also Ranked #4 on Expensive Car Brands see more on McLaren The Best Golf Shoe Brands for Women The Best Games To Play Online
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Cool Car Brands

Opel is one of those European car brands that was part of the American automotive landscape. They were little German imports, bought in by General Motors. GM eventually stopped selling Opels in the U.S., but the car continued to arrive branded as other models in various General Motors divisions.
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Cool Car Brands

The Ferrari 250 GTE was the sports car for the family man. It was for the guy who wanted a Ferrari but also wanted to get little Timmy to hockey practice with all his gear. As Road & Track said, “A not only grand, but glorious, touring car.” We’d tack on cool as well.
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Cool Car Brands

Exactly how and why did Toyota ever let the Celica disappear from its U.S. lineup? We know, the market for coupes of any shape or size has dwindled dramatically over the years. But the Toyota Celica was known for being exceptionally nimble, reliable, economical, fun to drive, and darn easy on the eyes (with a few notable exceptions). Those are qualities that car buyers still want, so come on Toyota! The Celica could be everything from a friendly commuter car to a turbocharged and all-wheel-drive rally champion. Not everyone wants an SUV, or a car that drives on its own. Let’s bring the Celica back, once and for all.
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Cool Car Brands

We don’t know if it’s the most stylish car on the list, but as far as cred goes, well it inspired the whole “Let’s toss a couple of seats on a rocket” sports car idea. It also became a new and different Italian sports car option outside of the Ferrari’s of the world for auto enthusiasts at the time.
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There are some surprise movers in 2016’s survey with luxury car manufacturers not doing so well, but more mainstream brands heading the pack. New 2017 JD Power Vehicle Dependability data will be available soon, but for now this is the most up-to-date information we have.
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The 10 Coolest Car Brands Cars, the pride of many a man – but which brand is the coolest, which brand would you be most proud to take for a spin.. Cars, the pride of many a man – but which brand is the coolest, which brand would you be most proud to take for a spin through your old neighbourhood? Of course each brand has its different models of which some are brilliant and others should have stayed on the drawing board, but the brand itself is the one being rated here, so it is Toyota vs. Opel – not Yaris vs. Prius or Astra vs. Insignia. As a final note: This list is for personal cars available to the general public – that is; luxury cars like Ferrari, Aston Martin, Jaguar and Porche do not belong here. 1st Aston Martin UK Received 39 points in total, and 14% votes. 2nd Ferrari Received 15 points in total, and 7% votes. 3rd Lamborghini Received 14 points in total, and 5% votes. 4th Jaguar Received 11 points in total, and 4% votes. 5th Maserati Italy Received 10 points in total, and 3% votes. 6th BMW Germany Received 8 points in total, and 6% votes. 7th Porsche Received 8 points in total, and 6% votes. 8th Mercedes Germany Received 7 points in total, and 5% votes. 9th Lotus Received 4 points in total, and 3% votes. 10th Alfa Romeo Italian Received 3 points in total, and 4% votes. Additional items This list is limited to 10 primary items. Additional items are phased out after a period of time, if they do not get sufficient votes. If you think, any of the additional items below should become primary and permanent, then please give them your vote. 11th Volvo Sweden Received 3 points in total, and 6% votes. 12th Audi Germany Received 2 points in total, and 6% votes. 13th Bentley England Received 2 points in total, and 0% votes. 14th Bugatti France Received 2 points in total, and 1% votes. 15th Honda Received 2 points in total, and 2% votes. 16th Koenigsegg Received 2 points in total, and 0% votes. 17th Land Rover UK Received 2 points in total, and 1% votes. 18th Mazda Received 2 points in total, and 1% votes. 19th Pagani Italian Received 2 points in total, and 0% votes. 20th Saab Sweden Received 2 points in total, and 3% votes. 21th Dodge USA Received 1 point in total, and 2% votes. 22th Lancia Italian Received 1 point in total, and 1% votes. 23th Mitsubishi Received 1 point in total, and 0% votes. 24th Tesla Received 1 point in total, and 1% votes. 25th Toyota Japan Received 1 point in total, and 2% votes. 26th Volkswagen Germany Received 1 point in total, and 2% votes. 27th Buick USA Received 0 points in total, and 1% votes. 28th Chevrolet USA Received 0 points in total, and 1% votes. 29th Chrysler USA Received 0 points in total, and 1% votes. 30th Citroen France Received -1 points in total, and 1% votes. 31th Nissan Japan Received -1 points in total, and 1% votes. 32th Peugeot France Received -1 points in total, and 1% votes. 33th Renault France Received -1 points in total, and 1% votes. 34th Opel Germany Received -2 points in total, and 1% votes. 35th Skoda Czech Republic Received -2 points in total, and 1% votes. 36th Kia South Korea Received -3 points in total, and 1% votes. 37th Fiat Italian Received -4 points in total, and 1% votes. 38th Lada Russia Received -5 points in total, and 1% votes. 39th SsangYong South Korea Received -5 points in total, and 1% votes. 40th Suzuki Japan Received -6 points in total, and 1% votes. 41th Hyundai South Korea Received -7 points in total, and 1% votes. 42th Tata India Received -7 points in total, and 2% votes.
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2 + – 208 87 McLaren Photo: Automotive Rhythms/Flickr Most of us think only of the P1 when we hear the McLaren name these days, but they’ve got several models, and every one of them is a looker. Granted, they’re unapologetically mid-engine, so they don’t have the classic proportions of some other sports cars. And some people decry the styling as a bit underwhelming at first glance. But like any good art, it’s the details that draw you into McLaren’s styling. These cars demand some study to be truly appreciated – preferably at 200 mph.Also Ranked #4 on Expensive Car Brands see more on McLaren

Published on May 28, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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