There is something about exotic cars and beautiful women that just fit together to which nothing else can quite compare. Maybe it’s the curves of an athletic body whether its on two legs or four wheels. Maybe it’s the intrigue of a beautiful face and the front end of a high performance sports car.
Maybe it’s even the sound of a beautiful woman’s voice and the purr of a world-class driving machine. The parallels are endless, but one thing is for sure, when you put them both in the same frame, we can’t peel our eyes away.
If you’ve ever owned a supercar, you know there’s something that women find irresistible about a fast car. And if you’re a man, somewhere deep down you know that part of the reason you bought that car was to impress women. We’ve all been there, let’s be honest. There’s nothing to be ashamed of.
Today’s gallery features some of the most beautiful combinations of exotic cars and equally exotic, stunning models that look right at home next to these world-class machines. The only question is which would you choose if you had to pick just one? You’ll have to decide for yourself.
Enjoy our list of most beautiful women and exotic cars.
The Audi R8 is a mid-engine, 2-seater super car introduced in 2006 with Audi’s signature Quattro all-wheel drive system. Just as elusive as you might expect from the model shown here adding a bit of spice to the image, the R8 is designed and exclusively developed Quattro GmbH, Audi AG’s high performance private subsidiary.
The R8 is based on the Lamborghini Gallardo platform and includes the Audi Space Frame using an aluminum monocoque. The R8 was also the first production car with full LED headlamps. With this scenic background and open road, what more could you need than the perfect passenger for a ride in this beauty?
When Austrian engineer Ferdinand Porsche founded what would become a staple name in the world of high performance supercars in 1931, he might never have imagined such a beautiful image the shapely curves of a model to match the aerodynamics of his engineering. While the company that resulted produced the Volkswagen Beetle, which would become one of the most successful car designs in history, there is certainly nothing common about the Porsche, or the model adding a feminine touch to this exquisite image.
There’s nothing quite like the perfect pairing of a beautiful women with high-speed engineering. While this shot might feature a cloudy background, this pair is enough to brighten any car lover’s day.
The Lamborghini Murcielago’s famed appeal was made known across the world both in rap songs and on the road between 2001 and 2010. The Lamborghini Murcie’ replaced the Diablo as the new flagship of the Lamborghini herd and was immediately a symbol of sex appeal and high performance.
The Murcielago was Lamborghini’s first new design premiered in 11 years, and the first born under its new parent company, Audi. The final Murciélago release was the LP 670–4 SuperVeloce, featuring a beastly Lamborghini V12 engine. Among the most outspoken stylish features of the Murciélago are its low profile and futuristic scissor doors.
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG C197
Providing the perfect marriage of performance and luxury, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG is a front-engine, 2-seat limited production supercar. This was the first Benz model designed exclusively in-house by AMG. As you can see, this model features gull-wing doors, elegantly put to use by a model who is every bit as sporty and luxurious as the AMG.
As the esteemed successor to the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, Mercedes also described the vehicle as a spiritual successor to the Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing. The SLS stands for ‘Sport Light Super’ and while we’re not sure how well driving in those high heels would go, she would certainly make a perfect passenger.
Aston Martin V8 Vantage
The V8 Vantage is known as the cornerstone of the Aston Martin family and is a symbol of speed, performance and luxury. Any Aston Martin should almost come equipped with a model to match the paint job. The Vantage conveys strength and power but with smooth shapely curves. The purity of its design is geared toward the pure joy of driving, and what could make that experience more enjoyable than the perfect companion.
For even greater enjoyment and involvement in the driving experience, the V8 Vantage comes with the option of a six-speed manual gearbox, or for more of a racing experience, a seven-speed Sportshift II paddle shift transmission offers incredibly fast gear changes and allows drivers to focus completely on the road.
Few names send a shudder up the spines of car lovers like the famed automaker, Automobiles Ettore Bugatti. The French car manufacturer of high-performance automobiles was founded in 1909 in what was then the German city of Molsheim, Alsace. The Italian-born Ettore Bugatti has left an unmistakable mark on the car world with unmistakable design known for their beauty and victories in the racing world.
This comes as no surprise considering that Ettore Bugatti came from a family of artists and considered himself to be part artist and part engineer. Pictured here, the signature curves of Bugatti design are perfectly complimented by the slender shape of a woman.
The Ferrari F430 stands out among supercars for its curves and smooth design, mnuch like the model sitting on its hood. Under the guidance of Frank Stephenson, the body styling of the F430 by Pininfarina was an update from its predecessor, the Ferrari 360, aimed at improving its aerodynamic efficiency.
As a result, downforce was significantly enhanced though the drag coefficient actually remained the same. When it comes to body, the large oval-shaped openings in the front bumper are intentionally reminiscent of Ferrari racing models from the 1960s, specifically the 156 “Sharknose” Formula One car and 250 TR61 Le Mans cars designed by Phil Hill. There’s nothing quite like a beautiful woman and a bright red Ferrari.
The Maserati GranTurismo reigns across the fleet, succeeding in combining unrivalled class and elegance with unrivaled sports performance in ways no other four-seater car provides. Pictured here perfectly paired with long legs and blond hair, the GranTurismo’s external lines exude dynamic tension and an athletic prowess at every vantage point.
On the front end, a large oval mouth surrounds the radiator grille and as it makes its way toward the rear, its bodywork seems to perfectly hug the car’s mechanical structure, just like a tight dress over a set of curvy hips. If a car can be sexy, the GranTurismo could be a lingerie model.
Mercedez Benz SL63 AMG
As you might expect, the SL63 AMG bears a more aggressive look than the standard SL-Class thanks to a deeper front bumper featuring larger air intakes. In addition, the usual AMG LED running lights sit inside the bumper. This beast also carries “V8 Biturbo” badges, a rear spoiler, and quad trapezoidal-shaped chromed tailpipes.
The SL63 AMG is powered by the same twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V8 engine featured in other models, like the CLS 63 AMG, however this setup is now tuned to deliver 537 total HP. If buyers are feeling extra sporty, they can enjoy 564 HP with the AMG Performance package.
With an all-aluminum body shell and various magnesium components, the SL63 AMG is about 240 lbs lighter than its predecessor. Due to increased power and decreased weight, it accelerates 0-60 mph in just 4.3 seconds. While its top speed is limited to 155 mph, removal of the top speed governer frees the SL63 AMG up to186 mph.
While the name Ford might not always inspire the same feeling as other more exotic names, the GT packs enough power under the hood to turn any car lover on. The Ford GT began as a dream, a concept that was set to commemorate the carmaker’s centennial year and revive its storied name from the times of the Mustang and Thunderbird.
Then, in 1995, at the Detroit Auto Show, the Ford GT90 was unveiled. Camilo Pardo is credited as the car’s chief designer, who is part of Ford’s “Living Legends” studio. Of course, the legend really came to life when Carroll Shelby was brought on to help develop what would become Ford’s sexiest car on record.
The Aventador is the current alpha bull of the Lamborghini herd, named by company tradition after a famous bull. Designed as a worthy replacement to the famed Murciélago, the Aventador was born in February of 2011, ascending as brand’s flagship model. When it comes to a sporty body, Aventador’s stark creases and planar surfaces demonstrate Lamborghini’s vehicle design for the future.
Given one look, the Aventador being inspired by the stealth fighters of the US air force won’t surprise you. For both speed and style, the Aventador is an unmatched symbol of Lamborghini’s prowess among the top echelon’s of supercar producers.