Aston Martin

Audi

Bentley

BMW

Cadillac

Chevrolet

Chrysler

Dodge

Ferrari

Ford

Honda

Hyundai

Infiniti

Jaguar

Jeep

Lamborghini

Lexus

Lotus

Maserati

Mazda

McLaren

Mercedes-Benz

MINI

Mitsubishi

Nissan

Porsche

Scion

Subaru

Tesla

Volkswagen

New sports cars are a category of automobile with both a lot of breadth and a lot of depth. The definition of a sports car is rather flexible, hence the breadth. And auto manufacturers have a lot of potential strategies to making each model of sports car fast, powerful, and competitive; that’s where the depth comes in. Owning a sports car is a pretty common item on a lot of peoples’ bucket lists, and it might sound kind of generic, but it’s not. A sports car can be anything from a spartan, lightweight coupe to a heavy and powerful muscle car. No matter how many people say they want to own a sports car someday, any given person’s selection amongst all the news sports cars on the market was probably the result of a lot of thought and a lot of daydreaming.

New sports cars are a competitive vehicle segment because each brand’s sports car models tend to play a big role in shaping the brand’s overall persona and strategy. Even if the sports cars aren’t the highest volume sellers, they’re the aspirational cars that make people want to own something from that brand. The new sports cars are the ones featured in the advertisements and lined up front and center at all the dealerships. New sports cars also feature the latest technology and, of course, the highest powered engines. And some models,  especially those designed to appeal to people who will use their new sports car for the daily commute, have nice, comfortable, thoughtfully designed interiors to make every moment behind the wheel as enjoyable as possible. Though they might be expensive, sports car drivers know they get a huge return on their investment, emotionally, at least, if not financially. Sports cars are expensive to own but a lot of fun to drive.