The 1966 Lamborghini Miura is widely considered to be the world’s first supercar. It looked amazing, it had limited availability, and it was incredibly fast for its time. Of course, with 350 horsepower and a 0-60 time of more than 6 seconds, the Miura doesn’t deliver supercar performance today. That’s closer to a modern Toyota Camry than a modern Lamborghini.
Today, when even commonplace cars can be fast, supercars need even more to distinguish themselves. They deliver a higher-grade driving experience, they employ unique engineering methods, and they distinguish themselves visually. They may not always be No. 1 on the spec sheet — after all, anyone can put a huge engine in a relatively ordinary car, as Fiat-Chrysler gleefully demonstrates with models like the Dodge Charger Hellcat and Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. But today’s supercars still have to fast. And even some comparatively affordable vehicles manage to meet all our admittedly subjective supercar criteria for speed, style, and uniqueness. Here are the 10 most affordable supercars for 2020, listed alphabetically.