5. SRT Viper
With a V-10, 640 horse power engine, the SRT Viper 2013 is all set to bring out the speed demons in us all. That along with an ultra-light body constructed out of carbon fiber, aluminum and magnesium, there’ll be nothing getting in the way of your whizzing around town – except maybe the traffic police.
Pretty hefty with a starting price of $97,395.
4. Subaru WRX
Compared to most of its siblings, the Subaru WRX will be a lot more compact and will sit a lot lower. These aspects are advantageous, really, as future owners of the car will find themselves more able at handling curves and corners. Plus, a lower center of gravity will mean that much more balance.
Starting at the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $25,795.
3. Jaguar F-Type Roadster
If you can afford to splurge a little more, you might want to take a look at the Jaguar F-Type Roadster, with its 380 horse power, 2.0 liter engine and its six-cylinder engine which equates to mileage that will be comparably better than other cars of similar power.
Prices start at $69,000.
2. Audi A3
Based on the VW Gold, Audi adopts Volkswagen’s highly flexible MQB (Modular Transverse Matrix) architecture to give way to the A3 which is not only highly cost effective but also extremely functional. And with its 180 horse power, 1.8 liter turbo engine, this car will have you cruising along in no time.
An MSRP of $28, 165.
1. Chevy Corvette C
Saving the best for last, we introduce to you the Chevy Corvette C7. Split rear windows, a sleek design, and a turbo charged, 440 horse power, 6. 0 liter V-6 engine demonstrates brilliantly just how a car so stunning can still pack quite a punch.
Expected to remain close to the base price of the current model – $50,500.