Manufactured from 1936 to 1938, with the help of 1,500 people from the Sindelfingen factory, they built 400 units Mercedes-Benz 540K. Moreover, 26 of these were special roadsters. One of the hottest classic cars, its design was superb. This variant has a towering grille, scallop-edged fenders, long hood, low windscreen, and tight cabin. Hence, it can reach a top speed of 115 mph. The closed version, on the other hand, can only reach 100 mph. This car has the same chassis layout as the 500K model, but was significantly lighter with oval-section tubes instead of a girder-like frame.
Rather than a sports car, the Volvo P1800 was more like a stylish touring car. Still, it came to its speed abilities. This two-passenger car first became popular when it appeared in the hit television series The Saint. The film aired in the 1960s, where Roger Moore used it as his main car. It is one of the hottest classic cars in pop culture. Volvo Cars marketed it as a coupe from 1961 to 73 and then as a shooting-brake, a car body style that has evolved over its history, from 1972 to 73.
From 1955 to 1974, they marketed the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia as a 2+2 coupe. Then, they marketed it as a convertible starting in 1957 until the year its production ended. This beauty is one of the hottest classic cars ever. They hand-built its bodywork, and combined the chassis and mechanical workings of the Type 1 (Beetle). Due to its gorgeous design, this sports car was in the American industrial designer Walter Dorwin Teague’s list of the world’s most beautiful products. During its time, it became the most imported car into the U.S.