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High-end luxury and sports cars will forever stir the imagination of consumers. From Rolls Royce to Bentley, from Ferrari to Lamborghini; these cars not only turn heads whenever consumers see them, their price tags put them in exclusive territory for all but a select few. These are the cars that many people love to look at, yet only a select few will ever have the means to purchase.
Online, anyone can get a taste of these luxury vehicles, and dream if only for a few minutes of what it would be like to get behind the wheel. Cars.com has ranked the top 10 dream cars, defined as the cars with the most visits to their vehicle listings, but lowest percentage of people actually contacting a dealer through the site to inquire about making a purchase.
Lamborghini tops the list, with the Gallardo and Murcielago in the number one and two spots respectively.
"There is no arguing that both Lamborghinis have what it takes to turn heads offline and on. While not everyone can afford one, car lovers are lining up to take them for a virtual test drive on Cars.com," said Cars.com Editor in Chief, Patrick Olsen. "Obviously, price factors into making them a dream car, since none of these cars has an MSRP below $120,000."
The top ten dream cars include:
Partnered with more than 200 leading metro newspapers, television stations and their websites, Cars.com is the most comprehensive destination for those looking to buy or sell a new or used car. The site lists more than 1.8 million vehicles from 12,000 dealer customers, classified advertisers and private parties to offer consumers the best selection of new and used cars online, as well as the content, tools and advice to support their shopping experience. Recently selected by Forbes.com as a Best of the Web site for car shopping, Cars.com combines powerful inventory search tools and new-car configuration with pricing information, photo galleries, buying guides, side-by-side comparison tools, original editorial content and reviews to help millions of car shoppers connect with sellers each month.
Launched in June 1998, Cars.com is a division of Classified Ventures, LLC, which is owned by leading media companies, including Belo (NYSE: BLC), Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI), The McClatchy Company (NYSE: MNI), Tribune Company (NYSE: TRB) and The Washington Post Company (NYSE: WPO).