The 1938 Phantom Corsair was designed by auto enthusiast Rust Heinz. The Corsair had a sleek, smooth design that caught everyone's attention. Get more information about the classic head turning Phantom Corsair.
The 1938 Talbot-Lago's design was considered extremely progressive. Talbot-Lago wanted their cars to be known as luxurious and fast speedsters, so an almighty Hemi engine was used to provide loads of torque and durability. Learn more about the this exotic.
The first offerings from Swiss automaker Monteverdi, the 375-series held their own against cars of the time. The first Monteverdi was a two-seat semi-fastback coupe dubbed the Monteverdi 375S. Learn more about Monteverdi sports cars.
Started as a 1970s exotic car the Vector finally came to life under the hands of Lamborghini's parent company. The M12 was powered by a Lamborghini V-12, and featured jack-knife doors and sleek European styling. Learn more about Vector sports cars.
Founded in 1937 to build aircrafts, Saab turned its postwar attention to making reliable luxury and sports cars. Saab decided to try producing sports cars after early models proved quite capable in European road rallies. Learn more about Saab sports cars.
Volvo long ago earned a reputation for reliable solid-performance vehicles and their sports cars are no exception. Volvo introduced the P1800 in 1961 as their first sports car. Learn about Volvo sports cars.
The Alpine-Renault line of sports cars were fast but were also plagued by quality control problems. That didn’t keep them from becoming one of the only successful French manufacturers of sports cars. Learn about the Alpine-Renault A310 and GTA.
Facel's Jean Daninos made smoking GT cars, such as the powerful Facel Vega Facellia and FVS, in the 1950s and 60s. Unfortunately, the brand was not able to survive the 1970s. Learn about Facel Vega sports cars.