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Is there anything better than taking a great sports car out for a drive on a country road? Whether you’re a fan of lightweight track cars or mid-engined two-seaters the list of the best new sports cars in 2020 have something for every car enthusiast.


Here is a breakdown of a few of the best cars this year.


Porsche 718 Cayman


The feedback that the Cayman coupe offers the driver is like none other. The chassis is made up of three different flat-four-cylinder engines which communicate with the driver and the road beautifully. This car allows the driver to experience a sincere feeling of not only mental, but physical excitement. While the interior is not anything special, Porsche allows the individual to personalize a number of things, offering a plethora of options. The related Boxster convertible should be reviewed separately.


Chevrolet Corvette


To improve the handling potential and weight distribution of the iconic Corvette, General Motors has come out with the eighth-generation of the sports car. The engine has switched from front-mounted to mid-mounted to keep with the latest generation of sports cars. In North America the Chevrolet Corvette C8 is available for less than the Porsche 718 Boxster. The throttle response the engine provides is superb with a great mid-range power delivery and there are plenty of ergonomic quirks offered in the interior. While it’s not as fast as most supercars, it’s definitely worth the money.


Mercedes-AMG GT


Mercedes offers this sports car as a soft-top roadster or a coupe. Responding to the Porsche 911, the 2020 GT is track-focused. The turbocharged V8, front-engine, real wheel drive, can move zero-to-60 miles per hour in less than 3 and half seconds. The standard automatic transmission is a dual-clutch seven-speed. While this car has phenomenal performance it also has great everyday use potential.




BMW understands how to make great sports cars and the M2 is no exception. The car is easily one of the very best sports cars for under $100,000. The automatic transmission can move zero-to-60 miles per hour in four seconds, although the ride is not the smoothest. The four-seater is small and not recommended for long trips with adults, however the handling leaves nothing to be desired. The engine has 405 horsepower and can be matched with either a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed dual clutch automatic.