Best Looking Cars with Racing Stripes are from the few automakers, who knew the right way to use racing stripes for maximum impact. These stripes are used by racing teams, to help them identify their cars during the race. This became popular in the industry after the 1965 Ford Mustang GT350 came along, and they haven’t gone away since.
10. Ford Shelby Mustang
The pair of stripes run down the length of the car ever since Carroll Shelby debuted the 1965 Shelby GT350. The 2022 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Heritage Edition in Brittany Blue paint, choice of vinyl or hand-painted stripes. The vinyl stripes come standard, but the hand-painted stripes cost an extra $10,000.
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9. Dodge Viper ACR
This sharp track weapon equipped with a V10, alongside drag heroes like the Hellcat and Demon has changed the game. The ACR featured a two-tone stripe providing a unique look on any car. The stripes follow all the way to the spoilers and usually come in two colors. The large one costs around $5,000 and the smaller one with a small cut of $4,500 makes this even more eye-catching.
8. Mini Cooper
Great performance in a small package is the second name of Mini Cooper. With tons of factory customizations, makes this feminine-looking car adds some manly vibe. Now even with tons of features like Lane departure warning, new SiriusXM satellite radio, and new infotainment system.
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7. Ford GT
Winning the 2016 Le Mans LM GTE Pro category sporting the single white speed line, the No. 68 Ford GT was powered by a V6. The attire of the Ford GT40 is one of its well-defined features. Various body colors along with blue stripes, black on red, silver stripes, etc. complement well with this car.
6. Lamborghini Gallardo Balboni
Limited to only 250 units, honoring Lamborghini’s admirable Test Driver Valentino Balboni this limited-edition Lamborghini Gallardo Balboni was built. The Bal was a rear-wheel-driven Gallardo equipped with the legendary 550hp V10 engine. The white and gold vertical stripe running from the front over the roof and parts of the engine cover at the back define the sporting persona.
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5. Chevrolet Chevelle SS
America’s King of Streets in the late 60s and early 70s, the Chevelle SS was a hell of a muscle car. This car produced 450 hp and 677 Nm of Torque, which well defines it. The greatest stripe option came in the 1970 model which offered a “Stereo Stripes” package that ran from the hood to the deck lid.
4. Lancia Alitalia Stratos & Martini Stratos
With Rally-sport’s greatest career in the 1970s, The Lancia Stratos was limited to only 500 units made for homologation. And today they are highly collectible, fetching top dollar at auction. Alitalia cars featured V-shaped racing stripes in Italian green and red running from the front of the hood and widening as they covered the car to the back. The Martini sponsored stripes were a mix of redand blue.
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3. Shelby Cobra
The go-kart-looking lightweight roadster featured a series of V8s ranging from 260 c.i. to 427 c.i. with no traction control and airbags. Mostly showed off with the radical side exhaust and the pretty blue and white LeMans stripes. These stripes gave the Shelby Cobra a definite design.
2. Lotus Elise
In the 25-year plus continuous production run, the car remained fresh, offering a beautifully simple, compact sports car with the same energy it debuted with. The Sport 220 Heritage Edition which came out in 2020 featured tempting stripes ever on a car.
1. Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda
One of the greatest and best-named muscle cars ever built, The Plymouth Hemi Cuda was surely handsome. Equipped with a V8 under the long hood, the car had an exquisite collection of stripe options. For the year 1970, it had a “hockey stick” style, while 1971 had “billboard” style stripes. In every option, the stripe displayed the word “Hemi” proudly within its design.
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