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Sports cars

Sports cars are built for excitement rather than utility, usually pairing aggressive styling, sharp handling, and powerful engines to put a smile on your face—whether you're in the driver or passenger seat.

Sports cars are usually two-door cars that tend to be wide and low to improve their handling characteristics, although some performance-oriented sedans and hatchbacks are considered sports cars.

Chevrolet Corvette front, quarter view and Porsche Cayman, rear quarter view

FAQs about sports cars

Sports cars are cars that prioritize sharp handling and responsive acceleration. Some rely on large, powerful engines for blistering acceleration, while others shave excess weight for nimble handling. No single trait defines all sports cars beyond the idea that they should be exciting and engaging to drive.

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