If you want to attract women by just showing up, our list contains cars that women swoon over and will get them to come to you.
Ask men what their three favorite things are, and most will say sports, cars, and women. What could be better than watching your favorite team with a beautiful woman by your side while your precious ride is parked in the garage? Although most us yearn for those three belongings, we settle for sports. It doesn’t need to be that way. If you’re the shy type who avoids women but enjoys their company, there may be a way to get them to come to you. Women aren’t concerned about the specs of a car and may not appreciate vehicles as much as men, but they do love a beautiful ride.
When a woman sees a man driving a beautiful car, her feminine instincts are intrigued. Her first thought is that the man has impeccable taste, and if his car is exquisite, his home and every other sphere of his life are well maintained as well. With so many cars on the road, how do you know which ones most women love? The obvious answer would be sports cars that most of us cannot afford. While many women do love sports cars, they appreciate a man who drives a masculine vehicle. If you want to attract women by just showing up, our list contains cars that women swoon over and will get them to come to you.
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2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse
We may as well stop writing after the title, as the picture says it all. Trust us when we tell you that the year of this car doesn't matter. Buy yourself this baby, and you can have as many babies as you want. We know you cannot afford it, but we included it in the list because it can get you almost anything you desire. The only drawback about this car—actually, the world—is that it doesn't have a road long enough to show it off. This one-of-a-kind vehicle is at the pinnacle of the car world. The car was built for 2 passengers who'll experience an unprecedented 4-wheel drive. The car's quad-turbo 8-liter W-16 engine has 1,200 horsepower and reaches 0-60 in 2.4 seconds. You'll need to fill up a fuel canister that you can put in the car's boot, if it even has one, to avoid being stranded, as the fuel consumption is ridiculous. In the city, you can expect to get 8 mpg, and the highway is 14 mpg. When you rev the gas, people in the vicinity take shelter, as they think a thunderstorm is looming. At a staggering price of $2 million, we'll give you some time to save up.
2017 Lamborghini Aventador LT 750 4S
What could we possibly say about this vehicle to accentuate its brilliance that the photo cannot? Lamborghini is all about flamboyance and lightning speed, and this model delivers that and more. The car's v-12 6.5-liter engine propels the car to reach 0-60 in 2.7 seconds and a top speed of 217 mph. Having a car that has 740 horsepower comes with a price. The fuel consumption that you'll have to tolerate is 11 mpg in the city and 18 mpg on the highway. But when you can afford to spend $400,000 on a vehicle like this, your last concern will be the fuel. To ensure that the driver can handle the speed, Lamborghini has designed the Aventador to have adaptive suspension, rear-wheel steering, and huge tires. The car's exterior is superb and enough to attract the eyes of anyone who sees it, but even an expensive sports car such as the Aventador has its drawbacks. The interior is a bit cramped, which means you cannot drive the car for long distances. But then again, that's not what this beast was made for. The 12-cylinder engine can spurt out a flamethrower, while the exhaust wails to get everyone's attention.
1963 Aston Martin DB5
If you were James Bond, you might not need a specimen as spectacular as the 1963 Aston Martin DB5 to attract the ladies. Since you're not, though, you'll need to purchase the car to stand a chance with a Bond girl lookalike. On a Sunday afternoon, you're driving on Monte Carlo's curvy roads that overlook the verdant valleys and gargantuan mountains. The windows are down, and the wind is blowing your hair. If you think that sounds like a fantasy, then you're right, and it's the reason this car holds such an appeal to the ladies. That fantasy is what women think about when they picture themselves in this classic. If your pockets are shallow, you can forget about the Monte Carlo fantasy, as this classic goes for roughly $1 million. Don't be fooled by the word "classic," as this vehicle's engine packs a punch. The car has a 4-liter engine that delivers 286 horsepower with a 5-speed gearbox. The vehicle is a 4-seater that's available with electric windows and, surprisingly, a fire extinguisher, according to Auto Evolution. You might need the fire extinguisher to douse the flames that your lady's burning hot desires will ignite.
2018 Maserati Gran Turismo
The 2008 Gran Turismo brought much joy to Maserati lovers when first launched in 2007. Now, more than 10 years later, lovers of the Italian car can continue the exaltation. Most who attempt to compare the 2008 model to the 2018 may not see a difference. So, is it different? Sort of. The 2018 model is available as a coupe or a convertible that accommodates 4 passengers and has a rear-wheel drive. The V-8 engine has 454 horsepower and can go 0-60 in 4.5 seconds. The transmission is a 6-speed automatic with a manual shifting mode that helps the car to reach a top speed of 178 mph. Some of the differences in the 2018 model include a new bumper at the front and back, new headlights, and an 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The interior is stitched with soft leather. With those minor changes, is the 2018 model different from when the car launched? Not really, and it doesn't have to be. After all, the car has proven to be a success in the market. This year, the manufacturer expects 42,000 units to be sold, according to Car and Driver. The convertible will set you back $152,000.
2017 Bentley Continental GT
Besides being a favorite with the ladies, rappers, athletes, and businessmen enjoy the Bentley Continental GT, too. We cannot blame them. The car is built with some of the best leather, chrome, and wood. The 2017 Continental GT model is available as a coupe or as a convertible with an engine range of V-8, V-8 S, or W-12. The lavish exterior will make you feel like a million bucks, but the bulky frame may intimidate you. The exterior is appealing, no doubt, but the car has a lot of power. The twin-turbo 4-liter V-8 engine pumps out 500 horsepower and has an 8-speed automatic transmission with Quickshift. Four people can occupy the elegant vehicle that has a length of 189 inches and gets to 0-60 in 5 seconds—not bad for such a big vehicle. One of the best features of the luxury sports car is that it can reach more than 500 miles on a tank. The manufacturer has spent time making the interior as lavish as the exterior, although the car isn't spacious. The front seats are comfortable, but your elbows have little room to wiggle, according to Car Connection. Overall, you get a fast car that's elegant for just below $200,000.
2017 McLaren 570 S
In case you haven't heard, women have expensive taste. That's especially true when it involves cars. Although all of us cannot afford the McLaren 570S, it's a lady's favorite. Why wouldn't it be when it has 562 horsepower that makes the car reach 0-60 in 3 seconds and a top speed of 204 mph? Surprisingly, the car's fuel consumption is better than those of most sports cars. With this speedster, you can get 16 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway. The car has a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-8 engine mounted behind the cabin. Also, the car has a carbon-fiber tub that reduces the weight of the vehicle while adding strength. McLaren installed a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that keeps the rear wheels moving. We weren't expecting anything less than the best engineering from McLaren, but what do you have to pay to enjoy this machine? The base price of the vehicle is $200,000. If you don't have the adequate fiat currency to own such a spectacle, you'll be pleased to know that certain McLaren dealerships are accepting Bitcoin. Fiat currency is old, anyway. Buy a new sports car with a new method of payment.
2017 Audi R8
When purchasing a sports car, most men will agree that to find the perfect one, it has to have a combination of beauty, style, and speed. The 2017 model fits the criteria. The model is available as a Rear Wheel Series, which makes the car a pleasure to drive. Under the hood, the car has a 540-horsepower 5.2-liter V-10 engine that enables it to reach 0-60 in 2.9 seconds. Fanatics of the R8 can opt for the V10-plus model, which pumps out 610 horsepower. The car is fast, but what about its looks? The interior has a 12.3-inch configurable display instead of the standard gauges, wi-fi hotspot capability, and 4G LTE connectivity. The leather seats with Alcantara inserts are standard. If you choose the premium package, the interior is covered with leather, even on the center console and the dash. The 2017's exterior is more stunning than its predecessors. The car's exterior features live up to the sports-car name and make it a sight for sore eyes. Ladies will agree with us, no doubt.
2016 Jaguar F-Type
A combination of luxury and sports features best describes this vehicle. The Jaguar has always been a car that most drivers have overlooked, and now, they're forced to pay attention. The 2016 F-Type is available as an all-wheel or a rear-wheel drive with a 6-speed manual transmission. The car has two seats and is available as a convertible or a coupe, according to Motor Trend. The standard vehicle is equipped with a 3-liter V-6 engine that produces 340 horsepower, but Jaguar enthusiasts can opt for the F-Type R, which has a supercharged 5-liter V-8 engine. The fuel consumption is fair, considering it's a sports car. The car consumes 16 mpg in the city and 24 on the highway. The F-Type has standard safety features such as the dual front and front side airbags. The Premium + Vision pack includes blind-spot warning and rear-traffic detection. Other features included as part of the premium pack are heated seats and steering wheel and high beams. Besides being built like a luxury sports car, the manufacturer has fitted it with safety features that'll help you feel at ease when you step on the pedal.
1958 Ferrari 250 California LWB Spyder
Another classic makes it onto the list. This convertible gets better with age. After 60 years since it came onto the market, it manages to maintain elegance. The Ferrari 250 is the perfect car that women envisage going for a ride in with their hair wrapped in a bandana, wearing thick black sunglasses and a flowery dress. Since only 50 of these vehicles were manufactured, you can be certain that tracking down one of the owners will be an arduous task. If you manage to convince its owner to sell the car, be prepared to fork out more than $2 million, an exorbitant price compared to when it entered the market at $2,000. The car can reach 126 mph, and its V-12 engine makes it a great vehicle for drivers to push the throttle on the highway or prance with it around town. The car has a 4-speed manual gearbox, 4-wheel drum brakes, and a live rear axle with trailing arms. Since the car was originally built to be a racecar, the exterior isn't comfortable for prolonged periods. Ferrari has used the highest-quality leather for the seats and a wooden steering wheel, and it's omitted air conditioning and a radio.
2017 Subaru WRX STI
As you know, women love speed. The faster the car, the more they get excited, which yields an opportunity for you. The Subaru WRX STI is all about speed. Although the car has a 2.5-liter engine, you shouldn't be dismayed, as the aggressive engine has 305 horsepower that enables the vehicle to reach 0-60 in 5.3 seconds and a top speed of 159 mph. The vehicle may not be the most attractive on the road, but its spoiler sends out the right message. If you're a driver who prefers speed but is cautious, you'll be glad to know that the car offers superb handling and practicality, according to Subaru. The manufacturer stated that the car's handling had been forged in the tough terrain of a rally. The manufacturer designed a new chassis and a faster steering ratio than the WRX. The car's quick-shifting through the 6-speed transmission enables you to reach the kind of speeds that'll leave the lady next to you screaming. The DCCD permits you to adjust the torque split between the front and the rear wheels to achieve optimal handling response.
2017 Lotus Evora 400
While designing a vehicle, the British manufacturer was uncertain whether to make it resemble a McLaren or a Porsche. Instead, it opted to combine both designs and call the vehicle "Lotus Evora 400." While the company has seen its share of financial and corporate struggles, it's designed a stunning sports car. The car is a 2-door coupe with an engine that's supercharged and intercooled, the DOHC 24-valve V-6. The "400" in the title stands for the 400 horsepower that the car possesses, enabling it to go from 0-60 in 4.3 seconds. Each Lotus is assembled by hand to ensure that the quality is of a premium standard. It may not be the most popular of sports cars, but it shouldn't be overlooked since it has features that drivers seek. The light steering permits an immediate response; it understeers and won't spin without manipulation, according to Car and Driver. The car allows the driver enough time to see what's its next move. If you search to buy the vehicle, you may have a difficult time, as the vehicles are scarce. At a base price of $93,000 and considering its features, the car may be worth the search, though.
2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider
The Alfa Romeo has a reputation for breaking down. But that's the older models; this one is different. At least we hope so. The exotic car is alluring and fast. The rear-wheel drive and the 6-speed dual-clutch automatic with a manual shifting mode, as well as the 237 horsepower enable it to get to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds. Although the car is fast, its fuel economy is even better. With this convertible, you'll get 24 mpg in the city and 34 mpg on the highway—pretty good for a vehicle that's built as a sports car. The designers have shed all the unnecessary weight to boost the performance and make it attractive. After all their efforts, they ended up manufacturing a 2-seater car that's 2,504 pounds. The Spider was built for the race track, which means, on suburban roads, you may experience some challenges. Firstly, the passenger seat is fixed in place, which means it cannot be adjusted. Secondly, the car has no cruise control or a spare tire. At a price of $65,000, you may be paying more than what you're getting. The car is a looker, though, and will get you the attention of the opposite sex.
2007 Hummer H3
This is another monster that demands attention wherever it goes. You may not be G.I. Joe, but this car will make you feel like him. This heavy-duty vehicle has a 3.7-liter engine with a 5-speed manual transmission. Since it's a heavy vehicle, you can expect a fuel consumption of 14 mpg in the city and 18 mpg on the highway. The car has 242 horsepower. The car is equipped with chrome wheels, rocker guards, and step rails. The manufacturer has ensured that you'll enjoy the ride by putting in a quality interior and an electronic stability system. The car's off-road capabilities are superb, and the fuel consumption is competitive. The car isn't the fastest heavy-duty vehicle on the road; nor can it tow abnormal weight. According to a poll conducted amongst Hummer drivers, the car scored high points for its comfort, performance, and exterior styling. Since this is a 2007 model, you can pick it up for around $15,000. Considering the car is spacious, you can take the whole family off-roading on the weekend. The car was built to last. Numerous drivers have reported having high-mileage on the car, yet it performed at peak.
2016 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
Can you blame a woman for wanting to be with a man who owns this majestic machine? Everything about the car screams masculinity. The manufacturer designed the Rubicon with the intent for it to go off-road. While many male drivers opt for that environment, they shouldn't hesitate to show it off on urban roads. The car has a 3.6-liter engine that spouts 285 horsepower and 260 torque. The vehicle has a 6-speed transmission, while some drivers have reported owning a 5-speed transmission model. Since the car is manufactured primarily for off-road, you may find it uncomfortable on urban roads. The car's engine does make quite a bit of noise, but your lady won't mind. The car is a 4-wheel drive, which will help when maneuvering on the tough off-road terrain. The interior is equipped with standard features you'll find in most cars. If you want to get out of the city and spend some alone time with your lady, this is the perfect vehicle. It's reasonably priced at $25,000, so you can enjoy the company of a beautiful lady without spending too much money.