Year: 2002

What it is: A crunchy shell of British military heritage and badassery with a creamy filling of British luxury

Complex Says: Land Rover is best known for the Defender, the army-bred vehicle of dirt-tastic destruction, but the Range Rover is closing in on the Defender's iconic status. It's propelled by a veritable army of suburbanites, rappers, and English footballers (in American: "soccer players"), and it shows no signs of letting up.