Europeans have a knack for designing some of the best-looking fastback-bodied cars. Which one is your favorite?
For me, it's the Maserati Khamsin. It's a fairly obscure two-door, V8-powered grand touring car built in the 1970s. Most people probably prefer the Ghibli in terms of styling, but the Khamsin's unique offset hood vent and in-glass taillights really do it for me. The classic profile and fine Italian craftsmanship are just bonuses. Khamsins rarely pop up for sale, but when they do, people are willing to pay big money.
Now we'd like to know: What's the best-looking European fastback ever made? It doesn't have to be something classic like the Khamsin, either—it can be something modern as well, if that's what you're into. Your choice just has to be European, and come in a fastback bodystyle. Let us know in the comments below.