Cars are objects of subjectivity; everyone seems to have an opinion. The best cars can be whittled down
based on performance, exclusivity, popularity, design or all the above metrics. There are many vehicle
models that have iconic lineages, here are a few examples:

Ford Mustang:
The Mustang is one of the most iconic vehicles in American automotive history. It was first introduced in 1964 and has been in continuous production ever since.

Porsche 911:
The Porsche 911 has been in production since 1963 and is considered by many to be the quintessential sports car. It has a distinctive design that has remained largely unchanged over the years. The founding ideals of the Porsche 911 are still alive in our time as it is still a contender of the most powerful proper sports cars to date.

Jeep Wrangler:
The Jeep Wrangler has been in production since 1986, but its lineage can be traced back to the original Jeep that was first produced for the U.S. military during World War II. The Wrangler is a symbol of ruggedness and off-road capability.

Volkswagen Beetle:
The Volkswagen Beetle was first introduced in 1938 and has a distinctive, iconic design that has made it one of the most recognizable vehicles in the world. It was in production until 2019.

Chevrolet Corvette:
The Corvette has been in production since 1953 and is considered by many to be America’s sports car. It has a distinctive design and has gone through many changes over the years, but has remained a classic icon.

Toyota Land Cruiser:
The Toyota Land Cruiser has been in production since 1951 and is one of the most capable off-road vehicles on the market. It is largely the underpinning of Toyota’s success, as in all the external markets where Toyota has a presence, it was the pathfinder and its reliability was the bedrock upon which successive models later built upon, a reputation Toyota has largely held to date. It has a long lineage and is often associated with adventure and exploration. You can go anywhere in a car, but the assurance to go and come back is guaranteed in a Land Cruiser.

Mercedes-Benz G-Class:
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class, also known as the G-Wagen, has been in production since 1979 and has a distinctive, boxy design that has remained largely unchanged over the years. It has a reputation for being one of the most rugged and capable SUVs on the market.

Nissan GTR:
The current generation Nissan GT-R is a monster no doubt, a worthy contender to further the name ‘Godzilla’ a name coined for the R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R. It sported twin ceramic turbochargers, electronically controlled four-wheel drive, all –wheel steering and 276 Hp. It dominated 29 of 29 races in Japan and the rest is history. The current generation lives up to a great heritage.

Land Rover Defender:
The off road capable benchmark for SUVs, not much tech and much adored because of it. The Defender conquered rocks, mud snow and rugged terrain other vehicles would fear to tread. The land Rover has over the years gone through a streak of modernization incorporating a modernized interior, beefed up suspension and more powerful engines. The recently redesigned model has a lot going for it, but it has some big shoes to fill and quite a reputation to live up to.