We've whittled down our top 50 cars to drive before you die. Now it's time for you to pick yours
26 February 2020

Autocar is calling on readers to vote for the car they’d choose to drive before they die from our carefully selected top 50 list.

The winner will be honoured with our Readers' Champion Award, which will be handed out at the Autocar Awards at Silverstone on 5th May.

Senior contributing writer Andrew Frankel has selected his 50 cars to drive before you die, but it will be your votes that determine which model emerges at the head of the pack.

From historic 'people's cars' like the  Citroen 2CV, Fiat 500 and original Mini, industry-changing legends like the Mk1 VW Golf GTI, Audi Quattro and E30 BMW M3, to supercars and hypercars like the Ferrari LaFerrari, Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, McLaren F1 and 992-generation Porsche 911, there are a multitude of iconic cars to choose from. Click here to select your favourite.

You'll need to hurry: voting closes at 11.59pm UK time on Thursday 19th March.

Vote now to have your say!

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12 February 2020

I've only driven 2 of these, 2CV and MIni. I'd better get a move on, I only have so many years left.

12 February 2020

I'd say all of them. Only then you can appreciate cars and see that each has someth admirable about it.

12 February 2020

Lexus LFA just for that engine.

I'm disappointed not to see a TVR Tuscan S, Lamborghini Murcielago or a Honda NSX Type-R in the list.

I'm sure there's hundreds of cars that could make a top 50 though.

12 February 2020

Do you think that the Golf GTI mk1 or a Peugeot 205 was better and more exciting that a Renault 5gt turbo? when it came to thrills or to try a car with a turbo/carburettor. The clio williams was just a sell out to try to emulate VW and a real oppurtunity lost as far as I am concerned.

26 February 2020

I definatly support the caterham, Old aston racer (DB4 GT Zagato, i think), and the arial atom i would probably change to the arial nomad (with a windscreen and a few other comforts) much more fun to drive with a larger capability of off-roading and it come with a lot of speed as well!!!

I would expect more cars to more fun to drive thatn machines bent on going the fastest, more that bring a smile to the face than piles of g force.

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