The big Mustang sounds bad ass.
The XJR looked old, but sounded new. Best of both worlds.
That 4.7 liter V8 is delicious.
The 928 was supposed to replace the 911.
It doesn't get better than this.
The F2004 ran in 18 races. It won 15 of them.
The 350 GT wasn't midengined, but that's not a bad thing.
The revised Ferrari F12 still sounds amazing.
The SRT-4 had straight pipes from the factory. More cars should have straight pipes from the factory.
Mazda should have kept the rotary around.
And the Honda S2000 is proof.
The Cala never entered production, but it nearly made it.
You'd expect nothing less from a car named for one of F1's greatest ever drivers.
You likely know the Opel Calibra from Gran Turismo 2, but it's far more impressive in real life.
And the sound isn't bad either.
Jag's original supercar was one-of-a-kind.
The Three Wheeler is a total hoot.
The Exige might have a Camry's engine, but you'd never know from the sound.
The Evo might be dead, but we can always remember how great it is.
The Misuoka Orochi has a weird name and a Camry engine. But you wouldn't know from looking at it.
It might be old, but that isn't bad.
You can't go wrong with the Busso V6.
The L88 is one of the all time greats.
Please, enjoy this Chevelle.
Jag's vintage looking sedan is all sorts of angry.
The Corvette-based Geneva star doesn't disappoint in the noise department.
A twin-turbo V6 sounds swell.
The new car might be all about finesse. The old one was about brute force.