Sexiest Cars for 2007

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by Frank Williams

For those of you who looking for a little four-wheeled Viagra (or Cialis if you're waiting for sunny days), Road and Travel Magazine (RTM) has just released their annual " 2007 Sexy Car Buyer's Guide." Despite the title, it's not a guide for sexy car buyers. Or a guide to sexy car buyers. These are the cars RTM feel "catch our breath with [their] lithe lines" and feature "the heart-pounding rumble of a sweet exhaust tone." Past winners include the Hyundai Tiburon (2006), Chrysler Crossfire (2005), Chevy SSR (2004), and Lexus SC420 (2003). Current candidates include the Dodge Charger ("like the smashing power of a Leila Ali glove coming at you at full speed") and Volkswagen EOS ("a road runner with simple, elegant lines [and] just enough trim in the right places"). Disappointingly, there's not a Tata, Chery, or Daihatsu Naked in the bunch.

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  • Quasimondo Quasimondo on Jul 28, 2007

    The Miata is not sexy. Cute, adorable, and the focus of ridicule if you're not confident about your manliness, yes. Sexy? No.

  • LamborghiniZ LamborghiniZ on Jul 28, 2007

    A few of those are accurate...but...overall as a list it's a disappointment.

  • Dolo54 Dolo54 on Jul 28, 2007

    tiburon? oh yeah that's like sex on wheels. sex between a bald toothless wino and a broken down meth addict... on wheels.

  • Maxxm Maxxm on Jul 29, 2007

    @kjc117: "No Lotus Elise, Corvette, Mustang, 350Z, F430, Boxster/Cayman, AMv8?" You might want to read the article before criticizing it. Of the seven models included in your list, four of them (that's 57%) are included in the story's selections, too. The article also cites the MB SLK and the Jaguar XK/XKR, which are certainly no less "sexy" than your choices, IMHO. Sure, disagreeing on a subjective criterion like "sexiness" is fun, but faulting an author for "bad taste and lousy journalism" when she agrees with the majority of your choices is just plain silly.