If you want a sports car that will make your head spin, look no further than the 911 model from Porsche. This speed machine is legendary for its consistency over the years of production. The latest version is even faster and bigger than the original model, while retaining the same level of luxury.

Acura NSX

If there is one car that changed the world, it would be the Acura NSX. Designed by Ayrton Senna, the NSX changed the way people thought about exotic cars. It was as comfortable to drive as it was fast. Its cockpit-like design, large windows, and ergonomic controls made it a pleasure to own and drive. Its predecessors were so groundbreaking that the new NSX has taken four years to come to fruition.

The NSX has been a favorite among sports car enthusiasts for many years. Acura took a break from making it in the early 2000s, but reintroduced it to the market five years ago. NSX models are still built by hand in the company’s factory in East Liberty, Ohio. This factory is responsible for building 99% of all Acuras. Acura NSXs have a highly-precision cockpit design.

Porsche 911 Turbo

The Porsche 911 Turbo is one of the most popular models of sports cars. Its turbocharged engine produces up to 450 horsepower, and it can reach over 171 mph. This iconic car is among the most expensive and sought-after models of Porsche. It is often a target of collectors and enthusiasts because of its storied history and legendary status.

It was originally debuted at the Paris auto show in 1972. When it came to the United States, you probably bought one and broke your local track record. The Turbo had dangerous handling challenges when it first came out, and you might remember the awe-inspiring sound when it blew its turbo.

Pontiac GTO

The Pontiac GTO is one of the most famous sports cars of all time. Originally a trim package for the Tempest LeMans, the GTO gained more modern styling and became a separate model. The restyled car was based on the GM “A” body intermediate line and featured a slightly tunneled backlight. Its standard width increased by two inches.

The 1967 GTO received several improvements in safety equipment, including an energy-absorbing steering column and wheel. It also featured a padded instrument panel with non-protruding control knobs. It also received a new front grille, replacing the old pot metal and aluminum design. The seats were also updated, with contoured cushions and adjustable headrests. The interior was more spacious than the previous year, and the instrument panel was integrated with the dash. The steering wheel was shifted to the right, and the dash featured walnut veneer trim.

Shelby GT500

While the Ford GT500 has been ranked among the Greatest Sports Cars of All-Time, it also has its share of shortcomings. While the Shelby GT500 feels incredibly comfortable, it’s not the best car to drive at high speed. Its suspension is firm and the steering is light. It’s a perfect car for cruising down the highway and carrying a baby stroller or golf clubs, but you won’t want to take it to the track. The Shelby GT500 isn’t a very fuel-efficient car, consuming about one gallon of fuel every fifteen miles. But that’s OK; the car was never designed to be an environmentally friendly car.

Shelby and Ford parted ways in 1969. Ford’s GT500 was no longer produced, but they kept the Shelby name and continued to build Shelby-American cars. Although Ford didn’t build the GT500 anymore, Shelby kept it as a tribute car to the GT500. It had the same 428 V8 engine as the 1967 version, and it went from 0-60 mph in 6.0 seconds. The car’s performance was comparable to the 1968 KR, which had a slightly lower top speed. The GT500 was also given new vehicle identification numbers. It also gained a front chin spoiler and black hood stripes.


The Lamborghini Countach is not just a show pony. The 60-degree V12 engine designed by Giotto Bizzarrini developed enough power to make this one of the greatest sports cars of all time. Its longitudinal design, with the output from the engine located at the front, allowed it to develop 370bhp and 266lb ft of torque. Its transmission is a five-speed syncromesh manual. The Countach’s performance is truly incredible, and its top revs exceed 8000 rpm.

The Countach was developed over several generations, and each version incorporated improvements and compromises. Over time, the car became more angular and aerodynamic, with a giant rear wing. It is also one of the most beautiful sports cars ever created.

Lexus LC

The Lexus LC is an understated but world-class looking sports car. Its distinctive front grill is the most prominent feature, and its understated exterior design sets it apart from rivals like the Corvette C8. This car’s side profile is reminiscent of other high-performance sports cars, like the Toyota Supra A80 and Lexus LFA. Its engine is a 5.0-liter V8 that produces 471 horsepower. This car weighs about four thousand pounds, and it has a 4.4-second 0-to-60 time.

Despite its heavy weight, the Lexus LC is a fast, comfortable, and powerful sports car. Its V-8 delivers competitive power figures, but the LC’s leisurely acceleration results in a relatively slow top speed. It claims 4.4 seconds from zero to 60 mph, but the response is not linear and the car can spin wheels at traffic lights.


The DB6 was one of the first British sports cars, and its predecessor, the DB5, was a beauty. The DB6 was an improvement, both in terms of performance and design. It was also pretty enough to get into the top 100, and the Lotus Elite had set the formula for Lotus cars to follow. The car was a supercar that was incredibly lightweight and only had a 1.2-liter engine. The car beat the Lamborghini Murcielago in the 1959 LeMans 24-hour race, and was a huge success.

DB6s are still highly sought-after and can command upwards of $300,000 in some cases. The car’s unique design and high-quality materials make it one of the most sought-after vehicles in the world. Its design and engineering makes it one of the best sports cars of all time.

Lotus 240Z

The Nissan 240Z is a truly amazing car, with the balance between power and weight perfectly balanced. This car also has some unique handling traits, such as the tendency to lose its tail when travelling down a straight road. Some drivers might consider this a benefit, but others will see it as a problem.

The 240Z was initially intended to be a joint project between Nissan and Yamaha, with Nissan building the chassis and bodywork while Yamaha built the 2.0-litre twin-shaft engine. However, the two companies were unable to come to an agreement and the project was canceled. Although this car was not a success overseas, it did win many rally races, including the East African Safari Rally, which was the precursor to the Dakar rally.

Despite being small, the 240Z is incredibly fast. Its 150 horsepower is impressive considering that it only weighs about 1,050kg. Moreover, despite being a sports car, the 240Z is also surprisingly affordable. With a price tag of just under $30,000, the 240Z is an excellent daily driver. Its L24 inline-six is reliable and the trunk has ample space for all your luggage.

Ford Boss 302

The Ford Boss 302 Mustang sports car is an upscale version of the Ford Mustang. First introduced in March 1969, it was designed to compete in the Trans-Am race series. It had 290 horsepower and was limited to the SportsRoof model. Today, it is considered one of the most desirable Mustangs.

Like the original Mustang, the Boss 302 shares the same body, but features a few unmistakable differences. Its racing heritage is obvious in the Boss’ design, with several components designed to increase the car’s aerodynamics, engine, and brake performance.

It was a big leap forward from the Z/28, which was designed by the same team. The Boss had more personality, and Ford engineers volunteered that it could launch into second gear.