Any and all Porsches with the iconic roundels inspire intense emotion in gearheads. Except the Cayenne. It's easy to think the 69 Dodge Charger doesn't have headlights. Because they hide, like evil masterminds. Montreal's heads look best when the slatted covers are down. Which they often are, because Alfa electronics. BMW 2800CS was the first Bimmer to have quad roundels for headlights – they've stuck around ever since. Jaguar E-type's headlights, like the rest of its aerodynamic body, had an impossibly complex shape. Lamborghini Miura. The most beautiful car ever made, and many say that only because of its “eyelashes”. Citroen DS pioneered many things that boggle the minds of car manufacturers even today, like swiveling lights. If there were beauty pageants for headlights, the 2000GT's pop-ups would be Miss Universe. Alfa Romeo SZ had ridiculously over-the-top square heads that complemented the Zagato body perfectly. Audi holds the crown for headlight tech in the modern era – R8's laser heads are the claim to the throne.