What's your dream car? Mine is 1969 Super Sport Camaro
Mine is an electric car that recharges its battery from moving flywheels and gears in the car, and is self-driving.
I want a silent, smooth ride, no more stopping at gas stations, and being able to speak to the GPS and tell the car where to go while I read a book in the back.
If they don't have one by the time I get to the US and want to buy a car, I can just make my own prototype, since I'm an inventor and know what I want.
I never cared much for American muscle cars, I think for a couple of reasons. While I came from a lower middle class economic background (and poverty was never far away) my parents were not culturally that way, if you know what I mean. They were thoughtful, refined in their humble way, self-educated. The muscle car crowd always seemed vulgar, loud and unrefined, valuing raw horsepower and noise over refinement. Perhaps because I grew up in import-friendly California, I liked Jaguars, Porche's and BMW's, as well as Mercedes sedans. I thought Corvette's of that 1970's era were gross.
The car I young-man lusted for was a Jaguar XKE. I still think it is the most beautiful car design ever. In their day, and even still today, fast.
If I all of a sudden had enough money to buy any car I wanted, bar none, I'd probably try to buy the best production BEV 4 door in the world. That would be either I guess the upcoming Jaguar i-Pace or a Tesla Model X or S.
There are many others I'd consider if I could put together a collection and if I remove the plug-in constraint, including a Lotus Evora.