When it comes to sports cars, everybody gets excited. Such excitement comes from a sports car’s muscular body, double tail fins, and tuned up engines. To put it another way, the ecstasy of speed meets the delicacy of design in sports cars.
All these factors paved the way for car companies to enter a never-ending challenge. A challenge that can be considered a celebration in which companies freely show off their recent technologies, critics inspect the differences, reporters try to describe details in the best way, and spectators clap hands.
This article is an invitation to such a party. In this article, we are honored to invite car enthusiasts to discover these 10 sports cars from around the world. So fasten your seat belt and go down the list. This list is the fastest sports car list you have ever read!
2020 Porsche 911
Original in appearance and victorious in leadership. This is what comes to mind when reviewing the specifications of 2020 Porsche 911. Impeccable handling, well-designed interior with customization options, and optimized powerful engine will drive us to this conclusion: it’s a bit expensive but offers you the experience that never gets old.
2020 Tesla Model S
No one will be surprised if you call Tesla Model S an innovation in the automotive industry. This electric car delivers features that drivers once could only dream of. With forward-facing radar, surrounded cameras, and ultrasonic sensors no one makes a mistake while driving this car. Moreover, the all-over protection will save you from others’ mistakes too.
2020 Mercedes-AMG C63
This lovely sport luxury has upgraded the standards of a sports car. C63 and C63 S with their handy features such as driver attention assist, blind-spot monitors, radar cruise, and rear cross-traffic alerts have become high-tech comfortable sport sedans. It should be noticed that the mentioned features vary in different models.
2020 Jaguar F-Type
This is a luxury sports car with muscular engines and responsive handling as its dominant features. The Jaguar F-Type is released in various performances, ranging from four-cylinder to V8 with the exhaust system gives you more pleasure. The front parking sensor is available for this model year, but the optional manual transmission is not offered for the 2020 model year.
2020 Porsche 718 Boxster
The 718 Boxster has an efficient four-cylinder engine with PDK technology that facilitates dual-clutch transmission. The next gift after the performance is the comfort of this car as the roof opens and closes in less than 10 seconds. According to many critics, these features have made this car one of the best sports cars you can ever buy.
2020 BMW M550i
BMW, with its M550i model, has discovered many untouched areas in terms of leading-edge technology. Apple CarPlay, adaptive cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, and daytime pedestrian protection are just a part of many useful high techs this model possesses. Other functionalities follow the excellence of technology as well. This model covers 0-60 mph in 6.2 seconds.
2020 Mercedes-AMG SLC 43
Mercedes always has its militant fans since most of the time it discovers the unknown lands of feature for the first time. The SLC now has 385 angry horses, and other features such as dual-zone automatic climate control, and adaptive headlights. However, some critics blame it for not having a spacy and comfortable cabin.
2019 Chevrolet Corvette
One of any car enthusiasts’ dreams may be never-ending speed in a racetrack. This is what the Chevrolet Corvette has achieved to some extent with its breathtaking 455-755 hp. This model has an easy-to-use technology, comfortable seats, and an acceptable rate of safety features. Chevy is available in both coupe and roadster body style.
2020 Toyota Supra
Toyota is back with its grand tourer after a 20 years interval. Its turbocharged six-cylinder engine doesn’t just roar without any purpose; it produces 335 hp with the lowest possible fuel thirst. Unlike most sports cars, this one has a roomy trunk. It’s worth noting that some critics fault it for having limited visibility.
2020 BMW M2
This sports coupe brings a desirable comfort and safety together in one place alongside some notable features like carbon-ceramic brakes as well as standard adaptive suspension. The increased 444 hp also proves how much the M2 is dedicated to the sport class it belongs to. It is available in a six-speed manual and a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.