The 3 best brand new sports cars to buy right now
The sales figures have sky-rocket. SUVs were crowned as the best-selling car-by-type. However, the fun driving a Sports Car is something very enticing and noble. The cool breeze of air gushing around the ears, the speed that overcomes any other vehicle, and more that makes a sports car must for a car enthusiast. Although there are hundreds of Sports cars available, but, the winners are few. We bought you The 3 best brand new sports cars to buy right now reading which you will definitely skip a beat.
BMW M4 –
Although, BMW has been a personal favorite, it is its sheer power with luxury that makes the brand a must have. The BMW M4 is a 3.0L Turbocharged V6 engine which produces 425 horsepower and a 406 lb-ft of torque. Keep your foot on the accelerator and the BMW M4 will chase 0 to 60mph in just 3.9seconds. The successor to the best-selling sports car (M3), the BMW M4 starts at $67,195 with a top speed of 163 mph. BMW M4 features a multi-link suspension with electronically controlled differential so that the driver and the passenger don’t feel any bump at high-speed.
Audi R8 V10 –
At a price of massive $164,150, it is sheer pleasure for a car enthusiast. Even the base model i.e 5.2L V10 produces 540 hp. The V10 Plus variant shoots the horsepower by 70 hp more than the base model which is capable of taking you from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds (Literally, blink your eye and reach 60mph). The Audi R8 V10 Plus comes in its iconic double-tone color that can be exhibited as a masterpiece. The high-octane roaring engine comes with a top speed of 205 mph and it is equipped with carbon-ceramic brake discs for easy and effective braking from 70 mph to 0 mph in just 153 ft.
Porsche 911 Turbo S –
With a five-star rating, the Porsche 911 Turbo S is one of the major competitors for the sports cars aforementioned. The 911 Turbo made headlines with its 572 bhp and 750 Nm torque at a whopping £145,773 (USD $155,576). It can churn out enough power to reach 0 to 60mph in just 2.9 seconds. It is equipped with its 7-speed Porsche Dual Clutch transmission. The 911 Turbo S has a Dynamic Boost feature which produces turbo and keeps the throttle open even if you lift your foot from the accelerator pedal, it helps revive the speed once you set the foot on it again. Porsche has observed a hike in the sales records in March 2017.