The Coolest Cars That Presidents Loved To Drive

Dwight David Eisenhower - Cadillac Series 75 Limousine

Dwight D. Eisenhower is known for driving a Willys Jeep, as he was one of the generals responsible for overseeing victory over the Nazis and ensuring Fascism and tyranny would not reign over Europe.

Ronald Wilson Reagan - Subaru BRAT

Being one of the oldest men ever inaugurated as president, Ronald Reagan had a long career as an actor before entering politics first as Governor of California and then as POTUS.

Thomas Woodrow Wilson - Rolls Royce 40/50HP Silver Ghost

The early efforts of the manufacturer led the Rolls to its being hailed as the finest car in the world and, in the 1920s, Rolls Royce ownership was about as cool as it gets.

Herbert Clark Hoover - Cadillac 452-B V-16

Herbert Hoover may have been our first businessman president, having never held elected office before his election as POTUS.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt - Ford Phaeton

FDR was a wealthy man long before moving to Washington and owned the Hyde Park estate in New York, a sprawling estate with a sizable mansion, stables, and garage.

Lyndon Baines Johnson - Lincoln Continental Convertible

President Lyndon B. Johnson was not only a capable and highly-esteemed statesman, but he was also a complicated figure.

George Walker Bush - Triumph TR4

George W. Bush cultivated a rugged cowboy persona on the campaign much in the style of Reagan

Willam Jefferson Clinton - Ford Mustang

Governor Bill Clinton established his cool bona fides on the campaign trail when showing off his musical talent by playing saxophone on the Arsenio Hall show in 1992.

Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. - Chevrolet Corvette

President Joe Biden displays a keen sense of style, regularly donning his signature aviator sunglasses and tailored Ralph Lauren suits.