Sports cars are the epitome of things that get men going – they’re hot, they’re fast, and they’re reliable. If the automotive industry could find way to throw in some romantic fulfillment then they could pretty much fill all a man’s wants and needs. Here are the top five sports cars that are going for under 100k in 2017:

Chevy Corvette Z06

The Chevy Corvette is one of the better if not the best American cars out there. With its stunning performance and improved interior, the Z06 is a very competitive model.

This car is surprisingly powerful and has amazing handling when taking its price into consideration, although its comfort isn’t sacrificed in the name of its performance. This car also has abundant cargo space for a sports car and has high-end interior design and fabric.

What’s new:

The Z06 adds a supercharged engine, sport-tuned suspension, larger brakes, wider tires, a carbon fiber hood, wider fenders, expanded cooling vents, and a unique head-up display.


MSRP: $79,450
Horsepower: 650 hp
Engine: 6.2 Liter V8 engine
Torque: 650 lb-ft
Acceleration: 0-60 mph in 2.95 seconds
Top speed: 205 mph

Jaguar F Type R

This car has everything anyone would want in a sports car – comfort, performance and refinement all packed into a great design.

The V8 model packs a great performance with potent engine and exhaust noise, the predictable handling and strong brakes make for a great drive, and the interior has all the beauty of the exterior.

Whats new:

This car gets upgraded to a V8 engine and 20 inch wheels, upgraded performance brakes, an active elecontronic differential, power rear hatch, rear parking sensors, heated performance seats, premium leather, heated steering wheel, and a universal garage door opener.


MSRP: $105,400
Horsepower: 550 hp
Engine: 5.0 Liter V8 engine
Torque: 516 lb-ft
Acceleration: 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds
Top speed: 188 mph

Audi TT RS

Audi included all the major performance upgrades to make the TT RS a seriously competitive model. Distinguished by its front fascia and powered by a revamped 2.5-liter inline 5 cylinder engine, the new model has an acceleration unmatched by previous models.

What’s new:

Inside, this car comes standard with sports seats and abundant adjustments, such as patterned upholstery and stitching. The dashboard and armrest can also optionally be covered in leather as an available package option. Additionally, this car comes with climate control and a high-definition 12.3-inch screen that displays engine power, torque outputs, and acceleration


MSRP: $60,000
Horsepower: 400 hp
Engine: 2.5 Liter 5-cylinder engine
Torque: 354 lb-ft
Acceleration: 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds
Top speed: 174 mph

Ford Shelby GT350R

Sports car enthusiasts will undoubtedly name this car the greatest car Ford has ever built. The GT350R is a car made for the consumer who likes to hit the tracks every other weekend while still cruise around town. This car was specifically designed to race but is also street-legal.

Unlike its sister car the GT350, the GT350R’s exterior is optimized for performance from head to toe. The front splitter is totally redesigned and the car also features carbon fiber rear wing enhancing the balance between down-force and lift.

What’s new:

The 2017 brought two new package options to this consumer vehicle with the heart of a race car: the electronics package and the convenience package.

Also, the previously optional Track package is now standard, which includes: adaptive suspension dampers, heavy duty springs, front suspension tower brace, powertrain coolers, and adjustable drive settings.


MSRP: $62,195
Horsepower: 526 hp
Engine: 5.2 Liter V-8 engine
Torque: 429 lb-ft
Acceleration: 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds
Top speed: 169 mph

Porche 911 Carrera

Since the ‘60’s, this car was considered the epitome of the word “sports car.” With its unmatched horsepower and sleek exterior, its reputation hasn’t changed much since then.

The Porche 911 is a serious performance car that will have you making up reasons to go for a drive. With its unparalleled handling prowess, new powerful and equally economical turbocharged engine, premium interior, and available customization options, this car is the definition of high-class.

What’s new:

The 2017 version gets a ton of upgrades such as its even-more-power turbocharged engine, standard adaptive suspension dampers (PASM), revised exterior styling, rear wheel steering option, and upgraded infotainment display with touchscreen and Apple CarPlay.


Horsepower: 370 hp
Top Track Speed: 183 mph
Max Torque: 331 LB-FT
Acceleration 0-60 mph: 4.4 seconds manual
MSRP: $89,400
Engine: 3.0 Liter 6-cylinder

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