Italian automakers produce some of the most iconic sports cars in the world. There is the maxim that while manufacturers in other countries concentrate on functionality, Italian car designers are inspired by their hearts and emotions.
Even though the soul and emotions always inspire beauty, these Italian cars are also great in terms of performance. When you rank the most beautiful Italian sports cars, you’ll be spoilt for choice. In this article, you’ll find seven of the most beautiful Italian sports cars.
7. Ferrari LaFerrari
The LaFerrari is a hybrid with an impressive design in both beauty and performance. It has a 6.3 liter V-12 with a 161 horsepower hybrid system and boasts a combined 949 horsepower and more than 663 pound-feet of torque. The LaFerrari couples all the high performance features with unmatched beauty and comfort.
The interior is very comfortable and every detail has been meticulously sculptured. Everything has the Ferrari touch from the steering wheel shape, location of controls, and pedal design. It even allows you to toggle between tachometer visuals, offering both relaxed and a more competitive display. Its rear visibility is more advanced in comparison to other supercars.
6. Lamborghini Aventador SVJ
The Lamborghini Aventador SV is another Master ClassItalian sports car. In the Italian car brands market, the Lamborghini sits among the top, in both performance and aesthetics. The Aventador SVJ was inspired by the ALA system on the Huracán Performante. The latest design comes with 4-corner aerodynamics and inlets behind the front spoiler that direct air to extractors ahead of the hood to optimize downforce.
With regards to the interior, any surface that is not carbon fiber is covered in leather. The structure of the cockpit is also made from carbon. The door- and roof panels, instrument cluster, and the floorboard are also made of carbon. Seats are built for racing, and door handles are replaced with pull straps.
5. Ferrari Testarossa
The Ferrari Testarossa is one of the hottest vintage sports cars. When you check most of its reviews, they focus mainly on its aesthetics and understandably so. The vehicle has a striking look that saw it adorn walls of car dealer shops and teenage bedrooms for quite some time.
So much was its influence that its image was used in popular video games such as Grand Theft Auto III and Impact Racing for several years. Its 12-cylinder engine was loud, which enhanced its appeal. The interior is leather upholstery that comes in various colors, including red, brown, black, and white.
It also came with a broader interior that provided more luggage space without affecting its speed and weight. The sports car had two radiators instead of one, which helped cool the temperatures in the cabin. What stands out most about this Ferrari is its sleek, unique, and edgy design.
4. Lamborghini Diablo
The Lamborghini Diablo is defined with sharp lines, flashy colors, scissor doors, and a 485 horsepower output. This fantastic Italian sports car was first introduced to the market in 1990 and was a worthy successor of the Lamborghini Countach.
This powerful machine is available as a 2-door Coupé or 2-door Roadster. It is reported that throughout its 11-year production period, a total of 2,884 were produced. The Diablo is also the first of the Lamborghini Italian car brands to hit speeds of more than 200 MPH.
The interior design is what you would expect from luxury Italian automakers. It is laced with fine Italian leather accented with contrasting colors. You’ll also love the wave-shaped dashboard with the conventional bucket seats synonymous with the Lamborghini brand.
3. Pininfarina Battista
The Battista is already making headlines as the fastest and most powerful car to come from Italy. It is a 1,900 horsepower electric hypercar that gets its power from four electric motors, each feeding an equal amount of power and torque to each wheel.
The Battista has a long body design with curves in the right places. The front fascia is marked by a long LED strip between the LED headlights. The highlight of the rear is the split-tail section. The car also looks fancier because of the integration of taillights into the rear wings. The Battista is a real blend of beauty and functionality.
2. Pagani Huayra
The Pagani Huayra gets its name from the Andean god of wind, Huayra-tata. Huayra-tata is renowned for its hurricane winds and rains. The Italian sports car comes with a featherweight body made from Carbotanium, making it a force in the Italian auto industry. The Huarya takes the design of its predecessors to the next level. The shape is softer and more mature and feminine.
The car’s interior is vivid, with a touch screen center stack seamlessly integrated into the artsy environment. All the interior parts are hand-crafted. For instance, the leather seats are hand-stitched. There is no plastic inside the car, and you’ll love the storage space in the cockpit and various hidden compartments.
1. Alfa Romeo Montreal
The Alfa Romeo Montreal is another excellent vintage sports car from Italy. However, Montreal is more of a luxury GT than a supercar. What began as a concept car known as The Montreal gave birth to the Alfa Romeo Montreal.
One of this stylish car’s striking features is the four headlamps partially covered by atypical grilles that retract when you switch the lights on. Another notable feature is the NACA duct on the bonnet purposely blocked to hide the power bulge. The Alfa Romeo Montreal remains one of the most stylish cars to emerge from Italy.
Italians are known to love their culture passionately and are not afraid to express their passion, as seen in the Italian car brands. Of all the Italian cars, the Ferrari and Lamborghini seem to lead when it comes to beauty and performance.
However, other Italian car brands like the Alfa Romeo produced some remarkable cars that helped them stake their claim among the best. This article has listed some of Italy’s finest sports cars but can be expanded to include many other great designs from Italy.
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