47. Dodge Charger Daytona
NASCAR races were one of the most important battle arenas of the muscle car wars. So back in the late 60s, superspeedways were places of many fierce clashes between Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, Plymouth, and Pontiac. Dodge decided to create a racing car with a special front end, flush rear glass, and a big rear spoiler. The Charger Daytona was one of the first cars they developed in a wind tunnel (via Supercars).
The Charger Daytona proved to be successful on the race tracks and even managed to do a record 217 mph run in almost stock configuration. This proved how good the design and engineering behind this project were. The standard engine was 440 V8, but only about 70 cars received the legendary 426 Hemi.