A sports car is a car designed with an emphasis on dynamic performance, such as handling, acceleration, top speed, or thrill of driving. Sports cars originated in Europe in the early 1900s and are currently produced by many manufacturers around the world. Sports cars allow automakers and drivers to let their hair down and have some fun.
These two-door performance machines have continued to evolve over the years. Not only are they quickerand brimming with more cutting-edge tech, they're more efficient than their predecessors. Sports cars can keep pace with older supercars, while modern supercars out-perform hypercars. The typical sports car blueprint calls for rear-wheel drive, two doors and a low-slung, lightweight body. That isn't always the format, and many automakers have produced their own riffs on it, with great results.
No matter your budget there's a sports car available, from the humble Mazda MX-5 Miata through to McLarens, Lamborghinis, and Ferraris. Every sports car shares a common theme: they represent the best of the industry in terms of technology, engineering, and design.
The wide variety and vast selection that you can choose from is amazing. These performance machines are also very customizable. You can take any car and turn it into the car that best suits you.