Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Overview: As Chevrolet's third most powerful production car ever made, the brand new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is one of the worlds most reasonably priced sports cars. With 460 horsepower that travels through an eight-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels.

Overview: For as long as the Mercedes-AMG GT S has been around, people have been wanting more. By more, they really wanted less. They wanted a Roadster. Later this year, that dream will finally come true. I welcome you to the all-new Mercedes-AMG GT S Roadster. It will have the same engine, transmission, and drivetrain as the AMG


Starting From: Not Available  Verdict: Not Rated

Overview: The 2018 Audi TT RS is a very powerful, very fast car. The TT RS is a five-cylinder compared to the TT and the TT S which has a four-cylinder. The TT RS also has another 108 horsepower on top of the TT S.

Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

Chevrolet Camaro

Overview: The newest Tesla is supposedly the most powerful car in the world. With a claimed 0-60 that's under two seconds, and a claimed top speed that is above 250 mph, it may just be true. While we still don't know the horsepower, the torque is truly where the Tesla is getting all of its speed from. With 10,000 NM of torque, it's very hard to imagine how the Roadster could put that all to the ground. In case you were wondering, 10,000 NM is equal to about 7,375 lb-ft of torque.

Starting From: $284,475   Verdict: 10/10

Starting From: $55,495  Verdict: 9/10

Overview: The Beast of The Green Hell is back and better than ever. The once 577 horsepower Mercedes-AMG GT R is getting a face lift and possibly a power upgrade. This may even be the GT R Black Edition. People made fun of the AMG GT R because of the space between the T and the R. This is because Nissan copyrighted GTR without the space in it. 

Starting From: $161,800   Verdict: 10/10

Tesla Model Roadster

Overview: As Maserati has decided to come into the new era of car style and design, they have decided to restyle all of their cars. The Gran Turismo is the first restyle by Maserati that hasn't been seen on the street yet. There have been no sightings at all of this very futuristic car. Either Maserati is very good at hiding their vehicles, or they haven't started any road tests yet.

Starting From: $147,500  Verdict: 8.5/10

Ferrari GTC4 Lusso

Starting From: $186,000    Verdict: 10/10

Audi R8 V10 Plus

Starting From: $201,450   Verdict: 10/10

McLaren 570 GT

Starting From: $156,000     Verdict: 8/10

Audi R8 V10

Overview: When Ferrari first unveiled their new 3.9-liter twin turbo V8, the 488 GTB, people went crazy and were astonished that such an engineering marvel could be accomplished. What that means is that when the Ferrari 488 Pista was unveiled that peoples minds were blown.

Starting From: $308,100   Verdict: 10/10

Starting From: $64,900   Verdict: 10/10

Starting From: $960,000   Verdict: 9.5/10

McLaren 600 LT

Aston Martin DBS

Overview: The 2018 Audi R8 V10 is a spectacular vehicle. It's a little down on power, but that's what the V10 Plus is for. The R8 V10 goes 0-60 in 3.2 seconds as tested, but according to Audi, it goes 0-60 in 3.5 seconds. I feel like Audi does this to save people money on insurance.

Starting From: $56,900  Verdict: 10/10

McLaren Senna

Ferrari 812 Superfast

Chevrolet Corvette Z06

Chevrolet Corvette

Overview: As one of McLarens street-legal track cars, the new McLaren 720S is the pinnacle of McLaren's success on and off of the track. The 720S comes with something that every McLaren posses deep within. A 4.0 Liter twin-turbo V8. This V8 produces 710 horsepower, which travels to the rear wheels only. All of this power is put through a seven-speed dual clutch transmission.

Overview: Do you remember the car that McLaren came out with less than six months ago? What was the name of it? Oh, that's right the McLaren Senna. McLaren called that car the ultimate track car. That car has just gone out into the world for people to purchase. 

Overview: For the most part, the least expensive car is usually the worst one no matter what manufacturer you look at. Lamborghini though somehow turned that around with their Huracan. The Huracan has been around for a couple of years now, but the newestHuracan model, the Huracan Preformate was the most brutal Lamborghini ever created.

Overview: The freshly redesigned 2019 Chevrolet Camaro has become more aggressively styled, and we may even see a power increase. The Camaro gets a larger front grille, for improved airflow to the engine, so in return, the air could create more horsepower

Overview: The New Audi R8 V10 Plus has everything anyone could dream of, especially a naturally aspirated V10 engine. But could this be the last car to be naturally aspirated? Only time can tell, but for now, let us just talk about power.

Overview: As the replacement for the Ferrari FF, the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso has a large gap to fill. The power is definitely there, as is the interior luxury and exterior styling. It is also all-wheel-drive and offers four seats as did the FF. The GTC4's V12 gets a higher compression ratio from redesigned pistons.

Acura NSX

Starting From: Not Available  Verdict: Not Rated

Starting From: $293,200   Verdict: 10/10

Lamborghini Aventador S

Overview: When dealing with cars, the least expensive car that the manufacturer offers is usually the worst. It is built out of cheap materials that the company doesn't use on their higher end cars. That is usually the case too, but not with McLaren. The baby McLaren is the 570GT. This is no care to mistake though. This is a fast, unforgiving supercar.

Starting From: Not Available  Verdict: Not Rated

Overview: The 2019 Aston Martin DB 11 is every Jame Bond fans dream. Its fast, comfortable, and stylish. This is the predecessor to the DB 10. Only 10 DB 10's were produced and 7 of them were destroyed in the filming of Spectre. 

Starting From: $187,500   Verdict: 10/10

Aston Martin DB 11

Overview: The long-awaited restyle of one of the worlds best-known sports cars has finally come. Ladies and Gentleman, I introduce you to the newest addition to the Porsche family, the Porsche 911 992. It was only a few years ago that Porsche came out with the 911 991, and after that came the 991.2. Know we could be seeing the 992 model very soon in the future. 

Starting From: $160,000+   Verdict: Not Rated

Audi R8 Spyder

Overview: Over the past couple of years, manufacturers have been using smaller and smaller engines in all of their cars, and they have been receiving a lot of backlash because of that. One manufacturer that has been using a six-cylinder engine in their race cars since the start is Porsche. Nothing compares to the six-cylinder in the GT3 specifically. 

Mercedes-AMG GT S 

Ferrari 488 GTB

Overview: The new Aston Martin Vantage is a huge step into the future of Aston Martin. From the front, the new Vantage looks like the DB 10. From the only thing that the new Vantage and the previous one share is the engine and the power output.

Aston Martin Vantage

Overview: When Ferrari first announced that their new car would be called the Ferrari 812 Superfast, we all expected it to be super fast. The one thing no one saw coming was a 789 horsepower rear wheel drive monster. The 812 Superfast skyrockets to 60mph in just 2.8 seconds.

Starting From: $199,800  Verdict:10/10

Starting From: $335,235  Verdict: 10/10

Starting From: $91,000   Verdict: 10/10

Overview: As the newest addition to the Mercedes-AMG GT team, the GT C Roadster is the one that stands out the most. This was the first convertible that AMG offered in that series, soon that will no longer be true with the release of the AMG GT S Roadster coming out very soon. 

Overview: As you fly down the track knocking on the door of 200 mph and the mighty roar of the enormous 740 horsepower V12 sitting behind you, you think to your self, "How could Lamborghini make such a great car?" As the car starts to cool down, you see the brakes glowing from all the heat and you feel the heat radiating off of the V12, you realize Lamborghini has done it. 

Overview: The long-awaited return of the Acura NSX has finally become a reality, but does it live up to everyone's expectations. First, off the 2017 NSX is a hybrid, unlike the original NSX. There's a turbocharged V6 and 3 electric motors that together generate 573 horsepower.

Starting From: $138,700  Verdict: 9.5/10

Overview: As Chevrolets most powerful production car ever made, the brand new Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 is one of the worlds most outrageous production cars. With 755 horsepower that travels through an eight-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels

Starting From: $1,900,000   Verdict: 9/10

Starting From: $417,650   Verdict:10/10

Overview: The 2019 BMW i8 and i8 Roadster both are outstanding electric sports cars, that not only has looks, but they are also very comfortable and reasonably priced. They were also both designed around aerodynamics, kind of like the Ford GT.

Porsche 911 GT2 RS

Starting From: Not Available  Verdict: Not Rated

Koenigsegg Regera

Mercedes-AMG GT R

McLaren 720s

Starting From: $250,000+    Verdict: Not Rated

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ

Overview: As Chevrolets second most powerful production car ever made, the brand new Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is one of the worlds most outrageous production cars. With 650 horsepower that travels through an eight-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels.

BMW i8

Starting From: $297,775    Verdict: 7.5/10

2018-2019 Model Year Sports Cars

Starting From: $79,495  Verdict: 9.5/10

Overview: For quite some time, Sweden used to be a quiet country. Not much went on, and they never really did anything that changed the world, but in 1994, that all changed tremendously. A man by the name of Christian von Koenigsegg created his own automotive company by the name of Koenigsegg.

Aston Martin Vanquish

Starting From: $298,900   Verdict: 9.5/10

Starting From: Not Available   Verdict: Not Rated

Porsche 911 GT3

Overview: With the release of McLarens newest track car, the Senna, people began to realize what McLaren was truly capable of. The MP4-12C was a great car, the P1 was a great car, and so was the 570 GT and the720S, but nothing compares to the brutality of the McLaren Senna. With a curb weight of 2,641 pounds, 500 horsepower would be a lot.

Overview: A couple of days ago, it was rumored that the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ set an even faster lap time than the Porsche 911 GT2 RS. It is now confirmed that the Aventador SVJ has set the fastest lap time. It is nearly two seconds faster than the GT2 RS. The SVJ set a lap time of 6:44.97. As excited as Lamborghini fans are, how long is this really going to last. Remember when the Huracan Preformate first came out?

Starting From: $194,400  Verdict: 10/10

Audi TT RS

Overview: The 2018 Audi R8 Spyder is currently the fastest convertible that Audi has ever made until the R8 V10 Plus Spyder comes around, but that probably won't be until late 2018.

Overview: The already out of this world Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is about to become even crazier. Aston Martins CEO has confirmed to Autocar that there will be a convertible Superleggera and an AMR version of the Superleggera

Starting From: $145,000   Verdict:8/10

Starting From: $453,750  Verdict: 10/10

Porsche 911

Porsche 911 Turbo S

Starting From: $121,000  Verdict: 9/10

Overview: The Aston Martin Vanquish is just like every other Aston Martin. They are all outrageously pricey and very fast. The Vanquish being one of the most expensive Aston Martins isn't much different than the other Aston Martins.

Starting From: $177,100   Verdict: 10/10

Starting From: $198,995     Verdict: 9/10

Overview: The most powerful production 911 ever made is the all-new Porsche 911 GT2 RS. The beast produces 700 horsepower from a twin turbo 3.8 liter horizontally opposed six-cylinder race engine. By race engine, I really mean a race engine. The 3.8-liter engine somehow fits nearly 11 liters of oil into a six-cylinder engine. V8 engines only take 7 liters of oil on average. Also, the GT2 RS is fitted with none other than Porsche's ultimate PDK transmission. The ower is also all transmitted to the rear wheels.

Overview: The newest addition to the 718 families in none other than a GTS model. Porsche now offers a Cayman GTS, and a Boxster GTS. Both models come with a 365 horsepower version of the 2.5-liter engine that the other 718 models use. Unlike the other models, the GTS model comes with a brake-based torque vectoring system and adaptive dampers. These all combine to create one outstanding car.

Overview: When Porsche announced the new 991.2 GT3, as much as everyone was excited about that car, that's not what everyone was waiting for. People wanted to see the 991.2 GT3 RS. Little did people know though that it wouldn't be produced for a couple more months. The long-awaited arrival of the 991.2 Porsche GT3 RS is everything that was expected and more. Porsche added a lot to this car. The biggest change is the 20 horsepower addition to the naturally aspirated flat-six. 

Ford GT

Starting From: $252,800  Verdict: 10/10

Overview: With another very special Porsche introduced into the 911 spectrum, the Turbo S Exclusive Series is no exception to the past present and the future of the Porsche 911. While the color to go for on the Exclusive Series is the yellowish gold color, white doesn't look half bad either. The car is only offered in three color schemes and only 500 examples will be made. For most of who will never pay the outrageous price of nearly $260,000 for the Exclusive Series, there is an alternative. The Porsche Turbo S is the next one in line.

Lamborghini Huracan

Starting From: $142,600    Verdict: 10/10

Overview: For years the Ford GT needed to make a long-awaited return, and that's just what it did. The only difference between this model and the previous one is that Ford had to select you to buy it. You couldn't just show up to a dealer, take it for a test drive, and purchase it.

Mercedes-AMG GT C


Maserati Gran Turismo

Porsche 718