Crank up the Nirvana. Here are the best looking cars from the era of ripped jeans and Nintendo 64.
Many consider the E39 M5 to have the "cleanest 5 Series body style ever." This car was fitted with an excellent 5.0 liter V8 engine.
As Honda's mid-engined marvel, what the NSX lacked in power, it made up in style.
The British carmaker kept up appearances with this c.
With tall windows and an elegantly sleek front, the BMW 7 series from the 90s has always been a looker.
The successor to Ferrari's wedge-shaped F40, the ultra-exclusive F50, cost about half a million dollars when it appeared in the mid-90s.
A defining, long nose and short tail marked the profile of the bang-for-your-buck ZR1.
Door handles ? Check.
This was Jaguar's first car .
The M Coupe was heralded as : awesome for people who knew what it was, and completely unappealing to the masses.
Can you think of anything that screams 90s louder than an eggplant-purple Plymouth Prowler?
This was Porsche's first GT3 variant of the 911 models.
This is the car where the inline six was introduced to the M3 line.
Billed as a sports car, the 900 was front-drive.
The XJ220 had elegant, swooping lines—and was a huge car. It was 197 inches from nose to tail and nearly 87 inches wide.
The Diablo featured a new design that was begun by Marcello Gandini and completed by Chrysler's Tom Gale.
The Esprit V8 came to us from the tail end of an era of wedge-shaped cars.
The 3200 GT's looks from the 1960s.
Keeping as closely to the fun to drive philosophy as possible, the Mazda Miata of the 90s was
One of the most iconic Japanese cars of the 90s was the rotary-powered FD RX-7.
The first generation Lotus Elise . It was named after the granddaughter of Romano Artioli, Lotus's chairman at the time.
From a series of sporty coupes that only made it to the U.S. recently, the R33 will start making it (legally) onto U.S. roads soon.
The Aurora was designed in an attempt to of Oldsmobile.
Designed by aerodynamics, every single aspect of the legendary McLaren F1 was engineered for speed.
Porsche first introduced the Boxster in 1996, and it is the car that is credited with the success of of that decade.
There's no mistaking the long roof and short rear of the Toyota Supra, a favorite among tuners.
Mercedes of sporty convertibles in 1993 with the V8-powered 500SL.
The AWD system in the Evo VI made it a road going rally car.
The GTV kept close to the Italian carmaker's roots, and maintained the elegant styling that has come to define Alfa Romeos.
, the TT made it to production in 1998.
Despite the massive V10 fitted in the front of the car, the Viper offered .