18. Maserati Birdcage 75th
Debut: Geneva Motor Show
Complex Says: In the '60s, Maserati built a number of Le Mans racers dubbed "birdcages" due to their intricate, tubular, space-frame chassis. When it came time for it to build a new concept car, Maserati reached out to longtime collaborator Pininfarina, which was also celebrating its 75th birthday. The result was a car that didn't quite carry on the birdcage heritage. But thanks to its Maserati MC12 GT1 race-car base and Ferrari Dino F140 V12 engine, we didn't really care.