Published By: Nirtika Pandita

Five vintage cars that still are a rage and will never go out of fashion

Their charm will always keep them in the minds and hearts of people.

As they say that there is a charm in the old world way, and the same goes with the case of cars. In the past, cars were made with the sleekest of bodies and smart engines that would make heads turn. Right from the colour of the cars to the seating of the car to the mesmerising interiors, there was nothing that would beat their charm.

Ambassador of India

Nothing can change the fact that this car is among the ultimate among vintage cars in India. The Hindustan Ambassador was once a status symbol and today it rallied to be a prized asset. This car ruled India's roads from 1954 till it died out in 2014. This iconic Ambassador was popular with generations of Indians being the first car built in India after independence.

Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental

Amongst species of antique cars that mesmerise a person with its sheer grandeur, this 1935 Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental comes with road presence and aesthetics like none other. With the sleek body and engine design, this vintage care never goes out of fashion.

Mercedes Benz 300 SL Roadster

This Mercedes Benz model is not only the most loved vintage car but also the most classic among the sports cars to have existed. The 300 SL model has remained since its inception one of the priciest cars to not only look at but even to drive around the town. As much as this vintage car lived, it has a short production span. It survived in the world for almost a decade from 1954 to 1963.

VW Beetle

This 1961 VW Beetle comes with the Beetle legacy, which makes people fall in love. The car comes with a mass appeal that makes it one of the classiest vintage cars all over the world. Such was its appeal among car lovers that it became one of the highest-selling cars of its time. An interesting fact is that this model comes with push-button door handles.

Aston Martin DB5

This car became the talk of the town after its name was dropped in a James Bond movie. Since its launch, the car has hardly changed nor has its popularity. One of the rarest and the most iconic cars, the price of the Aston Martin DB5 has grown an estimated 790 times since it first arrived on the market. The design of the car was conceptualised by the Italian designer Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera in Milan.

A few other vintage cars are Ferrari 250 GTO 1962, Jaguar E-Type 1961, Hindustan Contessa, and Premier Padmini.