Different Types of Sports Cars: Which One Is Your Favorite?

Decades have past and there has been a lot of sports cars produced by various manufacturers across the globe. With the different types available, no one could resist the chance to own one if only they have the means. Here are the types of sports cars considered to be the best of all times. We will look into their features for us to know the reason why they deserve to be on that spot on our list.

10. Jaguar E-Type Series 1

Jaguar E-Type Series 1

Jaguar E-type was the first sports car to revolutionize the industry. Aside from the fact that it is of top quality in terms of performance, buyers can have it at a reasonable price. It is a two-seater, flat-floored, with external hood latches. It had several innovations including light placements and front opening style. In terms of performance, its engine with 4.2 liters had the capacity to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph or 0-100 km/h in 7 seconds. For the record, its top speed was 137 mph or 215 km/h.

9. Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren

Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren

With a cost of $500,000 for every unit, an SLR is the fastest when it comes to automatic transmission cars all over the world. Two leading manufacturers,Mercedes-Benz and McLaren Automotive joint venture in order to produce this magnificent car. It comes with a futuristic carbon-fiber, crash construction and butterfly doors. With its engine of 5.4 liter that is supercharged and a 50 HC V8 engine, it is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph or 0-100 km/h in within 3.1 sec.

8. Ferrari F40

Ferrari F40

Just when Ferrari has been on the verge of losing its edge in the industry, its owner Enzo Ferrari who was in his 90s, decided to produce the F40 model. It is made of rustic design for performance purposes. Its panels were made of Kevlar, carbon fiber and aluminum with low weight but with strength. What immortalized Ferrari F40 are its accented lines and legendary rears. F40 remains to be one of the fastest sports cars in the world even if it was built during the 90’s with a capacity of 0 to 100 km/h within 3.2 sec.

7. Lamborghini Diablo

Lamborghini Diablo

With a word that literally means “Devil” in Spanish, what can you expect? The main focus on the purpose why Diablo was created is for performance. In the later years of the 90’s, it was created with better interiors along with its softer lines. Packed with an engine of 5.7-liter, it is capable of giving an output of 492 bhp. Its speed can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds. Having Lamborghini will give you the ease of getting chicks around.

6. Dodge Viper GTS

Dodge Viper GTS

Only a few will say that they do not dream of having a Dodge Viper for a ride as this is mostly featured in countless movies and shows on television. The typical double stripes became its trademark. It is contoured after Shelby Cobra only that it is more muscular and more aggressive in looks as compared to other American known sports cars. In terms of performance, in just a matter of 4.0 seconds, it can go from 0 to 100 km/h.

5. Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti Veyron

Among the many sports cars, Bugatti is the fastest when talking about speed or acceleration. Jozef Kaban is the man behind the new design of this sports car. It has a 16 cylinder engine displaced with 8 liters that has a capacity to produce 987 HP. In just 2.46 seconds, it can go from 0 to 100 km/h. With its top speed of up to 253.2 mph, its full tank can run dry in just about 10 minutes.

4. Chevrolet Corvette 1968 L88

Chevrolet Corvette 1968 L88

In the Corvette family, this is considered as the bad-ass because it was a beast. Its factory listed only 460 HP for its capacity, but when tested, it was found out to produce of up to 560 HP using their 7-liter engine. Larry Shinoda was responsible with its aggressive aura and its marked curves. For your trivia: GM who produced Corvette tried to keep its design a secret but then a toy manufacturer revealed it beforehand via their line of miniature car designs.

3. Porsche Carrera  GT

Porsche Carrera  GT

It was in the late 90s when Carrera GT was developed but it only reached the streets last 2004 costing $440,000 per piece. It has huge side inlets and air dams for improving the cooling system of the massive engine that it has. Its interior is a combination of leather, magnesium and carbon materials. Although it has 5 available color variations, buyers have the advantage of doing a custom design which they can order from the factory. In terms of performance, it is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h within 3.9 sec.

2. AC Cobra 427

AC Cobra 427

The thing that’s interesting about AC Cobra is that it has borrowed parts, pieces and even accessories from other known cars like Ford for its based engine, Jaguar inboard disk brakes and VW Beetle for its steering rack. A combination of all these parts resulted in a unique and one of a kind overall design. It has a 7-liter engine is capable of producing 425 HP and can run from 0 to 100 km/h acceleration in just 4.2 sec.

1.  Ferrari 250 GTO

Ferrari 250 GTO

Gran Turismo Omologata or GTO has been the first ever Ferrari and sports car ever made. The 250 is for the displacement of each of its cylinders. It was first introduced in 1962 and just two years of its release, the production was brought to standstill with 36 units overall. The person behind its concept was Giotto Bizzarrini along with his team. It uses a V12 engine using a 3-liter total displacement of 250 cubic centimeters each. GTO has the capacity to accelerate between 0 to 100 km/h in 6.1 seconds time.

Muscle cars are best liked for their road performances. The types of sports cars vary with their features, designs and even with their prices. With the features mentioned with each car, we hope that we were able to influence your choice as to what sports car is a great buy.