3. Mazda 787B
The inclusion of the Mazda 787B on this list is as much about its sound as it is its looks or speed. Sure, it was the first (and so far only) Japanese car to win at Le Mans in 1991, and it had funky orange and green paint. But the rotary engine nestled behind the driver screamed like a banshee, which is the main reason we love it. Its bulletproof reliability let it capitalise in ’91 when faster rivals Mercedes, Porsche and Jaguar dropped out.
Source – Luke Munnell