The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is one of the fastest and most expensive cars in the world. It is also one of the most powerful and beautiful cars that had the chance of being produced, although in a somewhat limited edition. The Veyron lives up to the long-lasting Bugatti tradition, a tradition that never failed in manufacturing stylish and breathtaking beautiful cars. The aerodynamically structured body of the 16.4 expresses an unparallel union of sports and luxury elements. Such an engineering and design jewel is a phenomenon whose assets will not be available in any everyday car, but with its existence, Veyron makes the world a much better place for any automotive fan and not only.
Another classic car, the 1938 Talbot-Lago T150C SS Teardrop Coupe which was first described as a "goute d'eau" which in translation means, a drop of water. Later on, it was traduced as a "teardrop". The French expression "goute d'eau" was an entirely new term, an acknowledgment that the car's speed had had crossed an invisible line where the aerodynamic drag and the stability started to influence performance as much as weight and power of the automobile. Jaguar's William Lyons once said that the car is "positively indecent".
Our last reviewed car is the top-notch Pagani Zonda which is considered to be a beauty and a beast at the same time. Horacio Pagani created the design of the provocative and futuristic Zonda, and it is a direct consequence of intensive search for ergonomic and aerodynamic aesthetics which were put to good use in creating a sensational car like the Zonda. The car is wild and raw but when looked at it from above, it looks like the figure of a beautiful supermodel.