Some cars look cool. Some cars drive cool. Other cars simply have a really cool name. The 1970 Alfa Romeo Montreal nailed all three with aplomb. The first production version of “The Montreal”, as it’s known, was introduced at the 1970 Geneva Auto Show and wowed audiences with bold design choices like horizontal slats positioned behind doors, a triangular NACA duct on the hood, and four headlamps that were partially covered by a grille that retracted when the lights were engaged. The Montreal’s V8 pumped out around 200 hp and could propel the car at a top speed of more than 135 mph. It’s a classic returned to pristine form in Forza 4 and, yes, it’s seriously cool.