Jay Leno calls it the best looking supercar ever made, primarily because it's one of the rare examples of form truly following function. Besides its amazing driving abilities, it's surprisingly practical for a car that seats three upfront and is a pain to get in and out of. And, yeah, then there's its drivability. Able to hit 241 mph and containing no power steering, no power assists, no power brakes—it's all direct communication between you and the road. It's one of the greatest automotive creations ever built.