Maybe other than the scares of Halloween, nothing is more thrilling than being behind the wheel of your dream car on the open road. With the crisp air and cool mornings, fall is often the last time to drive and enjoy classic cars before the year ends. Many enthusiasts may only have a few more weeks to drive their cars before winter weather becomes uncooperative.
Car manufacturers have always looked for catchy model names, and nothing quite stays in our minds like the mysterious. With spooky names like Spider, Phantom, and Diablo, these nine cars are all a thrill to drive. The Spider name for an open car is derived from the open carriages of the 19th century, which looked like spiders with their small inner body and tall, spindly wheels extending from the corners of the frame. Rolls-Royce has named models Silver Ghost and Phantom due to how quietly their engines run, comparing to their lack of running noise to the car being as quiet as a ghost. Lamborghini named one of their most famous models Diablo, the Spanish word for devil, after a ferocious bull.
Click ahead to explore the 9 examples that embody the thrilling nature of the season: