26. 1996 Ferrari 550 Maranello
Revisiting the style and power of the similarly named model from 30 years earlier, this Ferrari spent 30 months in development before roaring to life at the Nurburgring racing circuit in Germany in July 1996. Its name is a combination of homage to Ferrari’s home base of Maranello, Italy, and the 5.5-liter engine displacement. It’s a six-speed manual transmission with anti-slip regulation and a four-way anti-lock braking system that produced 478 horsepower. It clocked in with a max speed of 199 miles per hour and could reach 62 miles per hour from a stop in 4.4 seconds.