1. Chevrolet Corvette
Love it or hate it, Corvette is one of the most famous American sports car. The first generation of the iconic two-seater debuted way back in 1953. It has been in constant production ever since. As of 2014, the Corvette is in its seventh generation. Although each iteration of the car has had its own distinctive look and personality – from the graceful original (C1) , the wedge-shaped ’84-’96 car (C4) to today’s aggressively over-the-top version (C7) — it’s also remarkable how consistent the Corvette has been. Every Corvette has featured a front-engine/rear-wheel-drive layout, two seats, a muscular V-8 engine and a fiberglass body.