5. Lamborghini Diablo
Seen In: 10 Wayz, #1 Stunna, Get Your Roll On
Years Of Production: 1990-2001
Complex Says: The dream car of '90s babies, this radical ride has been making us drool since the days of recess and "line leaders." A predecessor to the Countach, the Diablo had some big Pirellis to fill. Meaning “devil” in Spanish, the name carried on Lamborghini's tradition of naming its cars after fighting bulls. The Diablo was named after a famous bull that fought an epic battle with "El Chicorro" in Madrid during the late-19th century. It was the first Lambo to reach a top speed of over 200 miles per hour, and it was the fastest production car in the world in 1991, outrunning the previous title-holder, the Ferrari F40. In 2001, it was replaced by the Murcielago, a bittersweet time for us.