Khodrocar - That gives them elegant good looks, but also the aerodynamic advantages a fastback design offres. In other words, they’re the bees knees. Here are some of the most beautiful ones out there. Aston Martin DB9
It's hard to find an Aston Martin that isn't drop-dead gorgeous, and the original DB9 is especially pretty. The clean, unbroken lines and simplistic styling make it an Aston to remember—and that's before even mentioning the V12 under the hood. Alfa Romeo Montreal
Alfa's V8 grand touring car is a lovely piece of machinery, with a uniquely Alfa fascia and a fantastic 2.6-liter engine that makes a wonderful noise. The Montreal might not be as light and tossable as most other vintage Alfas, but that hasn't stopped collectors from driving prices to the moon. Jaguar E-Type
When the E-Type debuted in 1961, the public was blown away by its staggering good looks and relatively low price ($5500). Enzo Ferrari—yes, the Enzo Ferrari—called it the most beautiful car ever built. It had fully independent suspension and a 3.8-liter straight-six engine. Even now, over 50 years later, it still turns heads. Maserati Ghibli
Between 1967 and 1973, Hemmings estimates Maserati made 1170 Ghibli coupes. Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Ghibli is all smooth lines and curves. A 4.7-liter V-8 is under the hood but behind the front wheels; as a result, the Ghibli had a near-perfect 49/51 weight distribution and produced 330 hp. Ferrari 365 Daytona
In the age where everyone was building a mid-engined sports car, Ferrari chose a traditional approach. "The fundamental objective we set for ourselves was to obtain a thin, svelte car, like a midengine design," Pininfarina recalled in a How Stuff Works post. "The whole idea was really a search for this sense of lightness and rake, a slender look." He pulled it off, too. In our first road test, over 40 years ago, we said, "It might as well be said right now, the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona is the best sports car in the world. Or the best GT ... "Aston Martin DB5
It's hard to talk about the Aston Martin DB5 without mentioning its role in the James Bond films, so we will. When it debuted in Goldfinger, it set the stage for the entire film. It was an instant classic. It wasn't the best performance car since Aston designed it to be a grand tourer, but that doesn't make it any less beautiful.