Some of the cars below have made it in to our top five sports cars for 2018.
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McLaren’s 570S has a twin-turbo 3.8-litre V8, this car will produce 562bhp. The result? Well, it get you from 0-60mph in 3.1 seconds using launch control. The 570S McLaren is so easy to get on with each day, it's redesigned doors mean easier access, and it even has a boot that’s larger than the 911 Turbo.
Boasting an awesome handling chassis which offers incredible grip, excellent damping and good steering feedback, the 570S is a dream to drive very fast. It’s comfortable too which is a bonus. Still considered an entry level model it will still set you back a cool £145k
The turbocharged engine is a joy, you can really feel the power, The latest models have better grip than ever, whilst still offering incredible agility and turn-in.
A luxurious cabin with plenty of space , the latest 911 Carrera makes the sporting top ten every time.
Jaguar have shown that they can produce a car of true sporting delight and can do it as well as the Germans .It has an incredible alluring qaulity.
The F-type has too many imperfections to be thought of as exceptional – however it does redeem the Jaguar brand in the modern industry.
A wonderful car!
Audi has usually been in the shadow of BMW and Mercedes when it comes to high-performance cars.
Historically the RS 5 Coupe have had V8 power, but the current model now has a V6 twin-turbo TFSI engine. It packs an impressive 444bhp.
By default the RS 5's quattro four-wheel drive has been tuned by Audi Sport, and it has more of a rear bias than usual.
The RS 5's 4WD grip gives it the best traction and agility in slippery and wet conditions. A great cabin space and comfortable ride means that this could be used for family or social rides.
A car that rivals some of the giants for performance and price, at £83k we wish you luck finding something that performs like the Nissan GT-R.
The GT-R has been around now since 2007, and Nissan have done well from this car.
The exterior hasn’t changed much over the years, but refinments means the latest 2017 model year GT-Rs are probably the best ever in terms of everyday usability.