ROAD & TRAVEL Magazine Announces
12th Annual Sexy Car Buyer's Guide
For Immediate Release
DETROIT—June 4, 2008—ROAD & TRAVEL Magazine (RTM) announced today the chosen few for this year’s highly-anticipated 12th Annual Sexy Car Buyer's Guide. The top 10 sexiest, hottest, wildest wheels to make the 2008 “most sexy” list follow in alphabetical order:
- Audi TT
- BMW M3
- Chevrolet Corvette
- Ford Mustang Shelby
- Honda S 2000 Roadster
- Hyundai Tiburon
- Jaguar XK
- Mazda MX-5 Miata
- Mercedes-Benz SLK
- Nissan 350Z
Earlier this year, the 2008 Audi R8 won the 2008 International Sports Car of the Year Award for "Most Sex Appeal."
This year the Nissan 350Z makes its 6th consecutive appearance in the Sexy Car Buyer’s Guide. The Ford Mustang makes its 5th consecutive appearance, and the Mazda MX-5 Miata makes its 3rd consecutive appearance.
Making its first appearance in RTM’s Sexy Car Buyer’s Guide is the 2008 Hyundai Tiberon, proving that “sexy” can be found at any price.
RTM's 12th Annual Sexy Car Buyer's Guide is showcased in June’s "Romance Issue" (www.roadandtravel.com), along with a full review on what makes each famous automobile sizzle and satisfy. Test driven by RTM editors, these revved-up roadsters are sure to leave drivers (and readers) reeling and writhing for more.
Eligibility and criteria for the Sexy Car Buyer’s Guide is simple; pure sex appeal.
"Sports Cars are all about the emotions they inspire from the warm sensations of supple leather on our skin to the youthful, sexy spirit they invoke when driving with the top down and wind in our hair," says RTM's Editor-in-Chief Courtney Caldwell. "Sports cars are all about image; how they make us look, how they make us feel.”
Road & Travel Magazine was founded in 1989 by Courtney Caldwell as the pioneering publication to target the women’s automotive market. In print for 12 years, RTM shifted to an online magazine in 2000 and today is the largest online magazine to target the women’s automotive and travel markets. RTM targets female consumers between 25-54, a body of consumers who purchase more than 50 percent of all new vehicles and influence 85 percent of all other sales.
For more information please visit http://www.roadandtravel.com.
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