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Top 8 Premium Sports Cars
01. Bugatti Chiron
Leaving the 99.99 percent in its dust, the Chiron is a 1500 hp smack down of every hyper car ever produced. An 8.0 liter 16 cylinder engine uses four turbochargers to make 1500 hp and 1180 lb-ft of torque, but calling its acceleration “heroic” would be an understatement — Bugatti claims a top speed of 261 mph. A seven speed dual clutch automatic routes power to all four wheels, but it can do more than straight line speed. The $2,998,000 price tag is a bourgeoisie bargain – hey, it’s under $3 million.
02. Mercedes-AMG GT / GT C Roadster
Sporting an adaptive adjustable suspension, active aerodynamics, and trick rear axle steering, the track focused variants of the GT are mesmerizing and marvelous machines. Specially built by Mercedes AMG, the GT C — which is also available as a roadster – generates 550 hp from a 4.0 liter twin turbo V-8 connected to a seven speed dual clutch automatic transmission. The halo GT R brings 577 hp and a zero to 60 time of 3.5 seconds.
03. Lamborghini Huracan
Nothing on earth can prepare you for the eyeball-melting performance of Lamborghini’s “entry level” super car, the Huracan. The angular design is severe yet elegant; the stealth fighter like cockpit is as luxurious as it is intense. Nestled behind the cockpit is a 5.2 liter V-10 with a seven speed dual clutch automatic (sorry, no manual transmission is offered); with rear wheel drive, it makes 571 hp and with all wheel drive it produces 602. A convertible version (Spyder) is also available.
04. Mazda MX-5 Miata
For pure driving bliss, the Miata is tops in our book — it’s so good, it’s a 10 best winner for 2017. The legendary two seat has a 155 hp 2.0 liter four cylinder with a six speed manual; a six speed automatic is optional. Its use a aluminum helps keep weight down, so the Miata remains eminently flingable in the twists and turns that you’ll surely seek out whenever you hit the road. The RF model offers a power folding targa top, but it’s much more expensive than the cloth topped Miata.
05. Ferrari 812 Superfast
With a claim top speed of 211 mph, the name 812 Superfast is not mere hyperbole. This curvaceous coupe is packing a 789 hp 6.5 liter V-12 under its hood, driving the rear wheels through a seven speed dual clutch automatic. An active diffuser and aerodynamically shaped body panels help the 812 superfast slice through the air with minimal drag and on its heroic maximum velocity. What’s the price for all this awesomeness? More than $300,000, with values likely rising from there. Ferrari 812 Super Fast is also make place in our list of ‘top 8 premium sports cars’.
06. McLaren 720S
McLaren’s know how with lightweight, aerodynamics, ferocious supercars is undeniable, and the 720 is proof. A 710 hp twin turbo 4.0 liter V-8 drives the rear wheels through a seven speed automatic. A drift mode is offered in addition to comfort sport and track settings to allow for adrenaline. A touch screen infotainment system is standard as is a digital gauge cluster that hides away in the dashboard when track mode. The coupe goes sale in this year 2017 with an open top model coming in 2018.
07. Porsche 911 GT3/GT3 RS
Flaunting a huge rear wing, giant air intakes, and fender filling wheels and tires, there’s no mistaking the 911 GT3 for anything but the track ready racer it is. This image continues inside, where black leather seating and GT3 logos abound. Its 500 hp 4.0 liter flat six that howls to a 9000 rpm redline; the rear wheels are driven through a seven speed dual clutch automatic or an optional six speed manual. The more discreet 911 R loses the rear wing and offers the six speed manual as standard.
08. Ferrari California T
The California T is Ferrari’s returns to forced introduction, but where the last turbo Ferrari was the beastly F 40, the T is far tamer. It’s the softest in the Ferrari range, designed for daily ease and use – it even has a cupholder. Powered by a 552 hp 3.9 liter V-8 mated to a seven speed dual clutch auto, the T is plenty quick and agile, though not as rewarding as a 488. The folding top tucks in to the top half of the trunk; while technically the T is a 2+2, the rear is better suited for luggage.
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