The Best Cars Ever Made

The greatest cars of all time. We tell you their stories.

The World's Greatest Cars. In Detail

From Bugattis to Ferraris and Porsches to Dusenbergs, the team at Sports Car Digest have decided to create profiles of some of the best cars ever produced. We didn't rank the top 100 cars ever because we don't want hate mail but we dive into the details and history of these historic, rare and desirable machines. Some of these cars are historically significant, some are about pushing the automotive technology of their time, while others are just the pinnacle of the driving experience - engaging, fast and fun. On this page we take a look at some of the most memorable sports cars of all time, all of them iconic and recognizable to any car-obsessed fan reading this site. These are the cars that get our blood flowing here at Sports Car Digest, from vintage racers to classics to the latest supercar offerings, we realize that there are myriad discussions debates over which ones are the most memorable, the most celebrated and the most remarkable. Ignore the debates and refrain from picking an overall winner. Just sit back and celebrate.

Ultimate Cars. Profiles

The greatest cars, the greatest brands, the best drivers.

In 1986, Porsche introduced the Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK) transmission at Le Mans. While a road-going version wouldn’t hit the streets until 2007, the automotive world got their glimpse of what the PDK could do and would eventually become in the Rothman Porsche’s car No. 3, a 962C driven by Vern...
Jeff Herbert is an interesting guy. Art Center-educated in Industrial Design, he never was, nor intended to be a car designer—yet likely could have been. As a capable product designer, photographer, fine artist, and committed car enthusiast, he spent countless weekends at the sports car races, growing up around great...
On August 17, at a special event in New York, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. launched the all-new Nissan Z sports car for the U.S.-market. Illustrating more than 50 years of passion and dedication to the thrill of driving, the all-new, seventh-generation Z is scheduled to go on sale in spring...

Ultimate Garage Profiles

Some people have all the luck. We take a look at some of the most amazing car collections from across the globe. Museums, private collections and exhibits that are the envy of the automotive world.

Everybody starts somewhere.   For Maserati, that beginning was epicentered at Via Pepoli 1 in Bologna, Italy, in December of 1914.  Via Pepoli is a cobblestoned street that winds its way through the oldest sections of Bologna.  The buildings are a typical mix of storefronts, apartments, commercial and industrial uses, with...
In 2012, Sports Car Digest and Senior Photographer Dennis Gray profiled famed car collector, Jon Shirley. Ever gracious with his time, our extensive interview with Shirley touched on a variety of automotive topics, such as buying his first collector car, personally restoring his Ferrari NART Spider, his favorite cars to...
Since it opened on June 1, 2017, the Newport Car Museum has attracted more than 14,000 visitors and become a hit with car clubs and tour groups exploring the Northeast and especially the vacation destination of Newport, Rhode Island. The museum’s location in nearby Portsmouth, in a 114,000-square-foot building once...
The first Classic Mazda Museum in Europe — and indeed the only one outside Japan — opened on 13th May in Augsburg, Germany. Mazda Classic Automobil Museum Frey, a project led by a local Mazda dealer Auto Frey with the support of Mazda Germany, spotlights Mazda’s almost 100 years of...

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