Introduced in 1998, the E46 BMW 3-Series is the last of its line to wear a single model code for all its body styles: sedan, wagon, coupe, and convertible.
A rebadged Isuzu Trooper, the Acura SLX was the brand’s first foray into the world of SUVs. Sold from 1996 to 1999, and replaced by the car-based MDX.
Debuting in 1991, the E36 BMW 3-Series is for many the seminal generation: not only wildly successful, but setting the styling template for its successors.
The Acura NSX went on sale in 1991, and shook up the supercar establishment with its aluminium body, reliability, ease-of-use and high-revving 3-litre V6.
The first BMW M3 was launched in 1985. Depending on year, the 2.3-litre S10 4-cylinder made 143kW or 160kW. The later Sport Evolution had a 173kW 2.5-litre.
Debuting in 1982, the E30 BMW 3-Series moves the small, RWD car into the more mainstream sedan and wagon body styles, as well as the coupe and convertible.
The replacement for the BMW 2002, the first generation 3-Series was built between 1975 and 1982 in coupe form only, and powered solely by 4-cylinder motors.
Only 401 copies of the De Tomaso Mangusta were produced between 1967 and 1971. The classic coupe is powered by either a 4.7- or 5-liter V8.
Known at the time as the Aston Martin 2-Litre Sports, the car now referred to as the DB1 was a roadster with a 2-litre 4-cylinder engine with 67kW (90hp).