Beauty is one of the things that is very difficult to measure. It often lies in who sees it, as the saying goes, although that doesn’t stop the human pursuit of trying to process beauty into a simple formula. The Golden Ratio is a mathematical equation used to determine the perfection of the proportions of objects, and CarWow decides to apply it to the car.
The calculation of CarWow itself gives the award to the Ferrari Monza SP1 2019. It’s a big title held by a one-seat supercar, although it looks like it’s standing on the back. Almost 62 percent, of ferrari proportions aligned with the Golden Ratio. It was the only car in the last decade to make the top ten, although it also featured a very unique design.
Ferrari unveiled the Monza SP1 in 2018 as the first of the Icona series, a new line of cars that combines Ferrari’s evocative 1950s style with modern sports car technology. The SP1 is based on the front center engine of the Ferrari 812 Superfast.
In second place was a 1964 Ford GT40 with a 61.64 percent alignment. The 1967 Ferrati 330 GTC Speciale finished third, the 1975 Lotus Elite in fourth and the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO in fifth place with 61.15, 60.07, and 59.95 respectively.
In sixth place was the 1962 Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray with a split rear window (58.86 percent), followed by the 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 (58.65 percent), the Alfa Romeo A 1974 (58.53 percent), 1966 Lamborghini Miura (57.83 percent), and 1969 Maserati Indy (57.75 percent).