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Here are Top Gear’s 10/10 cars

Many are called, few are chosen. These are the cars that have earned TG’s perfect 10 over the years

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  1. Ferrari 296 GTB

    Ferrari 296 GTB

    Spoiler alert: we gave the Ferrari 296 GTB full marks, the lesser-spotted 10/10 reserved only for the best of the very best. Which got us wondering, which cars do we actually think are the best of the very best? A search through the TG archive has revealed these thoroughbreds. Let the scrolling commence…

    Read the full review.

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  2. Bugatti Chiron

    Bugatti Chiron

    “Veyron's successor is a car that does things no other car can; one with a distinct personality.”

    Read the full review.

  3. Porsche Singer DLS

    Porsche Singer DLS

    “Singer's Dynamics and Lightweighting Study is indulgent, rewarding and intense, an even bigger step on from one of their normal restorations than we’d expected.”

    Read the full review.

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  4. Toyota GR Yaris

    Toyota GR Yaris

    “The GR Yaris is superb - the best Toyota we've ever driven.”

    Read the full review.

  5. Audi Quattro

    Audi Quattro

    “The car that did more to further the cause of the performance car than almost any other, Audi’s 4WD icon still has relevance today.”

    Read the full review.

  6. Mercedes-Benz Patent Motorwagen

    Mercedes-Benz Patent Motorwagen

    “This is it: the Big Bang moment of the passenger car.”

    Read the full review.

  7. Porsche 918 Spyder

    Porsche 918 Spyder

    “Porsche's hybrid masterpiece, the most complete car in the Holy Trinity.”

    Read the full review.

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  8. Ferrari 250 SWB GTO

    Ferrari 250 SWB GTO

    “Beautiful to look at and listen to, but still a proper challenge to drive. Forget 1,000bhp hyper-exotics – this is what loving cars is all about.”

    Read the full review.

  9. Eagle Lightweight GT

    Eagle Lightweight GT

    “It’s sublime, a rolling sculpture that stays with you for a very long time afterwards.”

    Read the full review.

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  10. Citroen DS

    Citroen DS

    “A true icon of beauty and technology. Always drive your heroes.”

    Read the full review.

  11. McLaren P1

    McLaren P1

    “Terrifying, brilliant, devastatingly quick. There's nothing like the P1. McLaren has upped the hypercar stakes.”

    Read the full review.

  12. Ferrari LaFerrari

    Ferrari LaFerrari

    “A V12 with KERS electrification that amounts to 950bhp of pure industrial awesomeness.”

    Read the full review.

  13. McLaren 675LT

    McLaren 675LT

    “What McLaren does when it lets its hair down. Utterly bonkers, totally brilliant.”

    Read the full review.

  14. Ferrari 458

    Ferrari 458

    “We reckon this is the world's best supercar. That is all.”

    Read the full review.

  15. Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS

    Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS

    Does the world really need a GT4 RS? Yes, yes it does. You can tell Porsche wants to build these cars while it still can.

    Read the full review.

  16. Rolls-Royce Spectre

    Rolls-Royce Spectre Top Gear

    "Electric has enriched the Rolls-Royce. It’s still a galloping, ocean-going, 24-carat indulgence, but with a tasteful specification it’s just about possible to swerve absolute vulgarity.

    "Very probably the finest car in the world."

    Read the full review.

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