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  • Bentley Motors Limited on Random Best Looking Car Brands

    (#10) Bentley Motors Limited

    • Manufacturing, Automotive industry, Engineering
    Ettoro Bugatti once quipped that Bentley, their rival, produced "the world's fastest truck." That's a pretty accurate description, given the immense proportion and speed of Bentley's early cars. Their current lineup represents a real return to form for Bentley, which was, at one time, barely distinguishable from Rolls Royce. The Continental's proportions are certainly part of its charm, but more so is its styling. With their slick but oddly brick-like styling, modern Bentleys come off as the proverbial iron fist in a velvet glove. Though, "war-hammer in a silken sack" might be more appropriate here. 
  • Lexus on Random Best Looking Car Brands

    (#15) Lexus

    • Automotive industry
    Lexus has a pretty strong design language these days, especially since the LFA came along and cast a massive halo over the brand. If you like Japanese styling, then Lexus is pretty much the top of the heap right now. There's something to be said for a brand that subcontracts its dashboard displays to the developers of Gran Turismo. Granted, Lexus's SUVs generally look like hippos that got hit in the face with a bulldozer - but their post-LFA cars are without a doubt some of the best looking things coming out of Japan today.
  • Alfa Romeo on Random Best Looking Car Brands

    (#7) Alfa Romeo

    • Automotive industry
    It's become almost de rigueur these days to pay homage to Alfa in any conversation on aesthetics. They've got plenty of fanboys and God knows more than a few will tell you these Italians can do no wrong on styling. They're wrong. There have been plenty of ugly Italian cars, but very, very few of them have been Alfa Romeos. In the same way BMW defines "form following function," Alfa defines the "form first" design philosophy. Very rarely will you ever find a flat panel on an Alfa; they're all sophisticated style, complex curves, and sweeping lines, a lot like the roads of Italy.
  • Maserati on Random Best Looking Car Brands

    (#4) Maserati

    • Motor Vehicles and Passenger Car Bodies, Automotive industry
    It seems a corporate kinship with Ferrari has been good for Maserati, especially in terms of design. There was a time when Maserati didn't really seem to know where it was going, but they seem to have settled on decidedly "forward." Looking a bit like an LF-A that's been to finishing school in Switzerland, Maserati's newest offering blends the best of classic proportion with the hardest of post-modern detail. That's carried over through the entire line, and the brand is better for it. 
  • Chrysler on Random Best Looking Car Brands

    (#18) Chrysler

    Chrysler is a little bit of a dark horse here, but look closely at the 200 pictured above. It's every bit as handsome as anything coming out of France and compares pretty favorably to a lot of Italians in its class. Then again, it should, considering the fact that it was styled under Fiat ownership. But let's not split hairs. Right now, the only other "car" in Chrysler's lineup is the 300, which is, and has been for some time, one of the best looking cars in America. Between the two of them, there's a lot of versatility in Chrysler's design language. Lets hope that translates to future offerings.
  • TVR on Random Best Looking Car Brands

    (#16) TVR

    • Automotive industry
    TVR is a love-it-or-hate-it kind of brand. Certainly, they've had their ups and downs over the years. TVR's cars have always been well proportioned, but their wacky little detail work back in the day was a little over the top for some people. Not so much these days, though. TVR seems to have matured a little bit, allowing those classic proportions to carry the visual impact. 

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What is the best looking car of 2020? A new decade is right around the corner, and one of the best ways to ring in the new year is to purchase a brand new car! In today's increasingly fierce competition in the supercar market, British supercar manufacturer McLaren has realized that its slightly weaker product line is not enough to compete against Ferrari and other traditional powerhouses. Today's new Maserati coupe series is the embodiment of Italy's top coupe production technology, and it is also a perfect combination of Italian design aesthetics and high-quality craftsman design thinking.
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