The 2000s were an interesting time for the car world. New tech was quickly making its way into passenger vehicles, but things like natural aspiration and manual transmissions were still the go-to choices for many supercar builders of the era.
One of the coolest cars of the 2000s, in my mind, is the Lexus LFA. Released at the very tail end of the decade, it's arguably the best-sounding car ever made, sporting a 4.8-liter naturally aspirated V10 engine capable of revving to 9000 RPM, with an exhaust tuned by Yamaha. It may not have been as exotic-looking as many other cars of the era, nor did it have a very good gearbox—but it still turns heads where ever it appears.
Now we'd like to know: Which supercar from the 2000s do you think is the coolest? It doesn't have to be something crazy-sounding like the LFA, either—it could be anything, as long as it was sold between 2000 and 2010. Let us know in the comments below.