10 New Sports Cars with Inside-out Performance Upgrades (Estimated Prices in 2021)

2020 has not been the kindest year to us and with all of the lockdows and production delays definitely far from the most exciting for a car enthusiast. So if you are ready to turn the page and are looking for something to get hyped about, we offer you a lineup of all-new sports cars that are worth saving up for in 2021. Get ready to meet performance rookies that bring unforgettable emotions and come with Unorthodox designs and reworked engines bursting with horsepowers!

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Nissan Z Proto (400Z): nissanusa.com/vehicles/future-concept/new-nissan-z.html

If Nissan 370Z were a kid, it would have been just entering the middle school, but in terms car years, this is an ancient model in a dire need of a redesign. Gladly, the Japanese are back at the drawing board and the Nissan Z Proto aka prototype is a harbinger of what’s to come.

Ford Mustang Mach 1 2021: media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fna/us/en/news/2020/06/16/limited-edition-mach-1-is-pinnacle-of-mustang-5-0-liter-v8-style.html

The original Mach 1 debuted over 50 years ago as a performance package for the 1969 Ford Mustang. After a brief run in the mid-2000s, the legendary nameplate returns again as the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1, but this time it pays tribute to the first-generation model’s aggressive exterior and GT-like muscles.

BMW 4-Series: press.bmwgroup.com/global/article/detail/T0308584EN/the-all-new-bmw-4-series-coupé

Unlike its 3 Series sedan sibling, that keeps the conservative front fascia for 2021, the all-new sports 2-door by BMW jumps right into the next generation kidney-grille design, that was previously teased by the i4 Concept.

Mercedes E53 AMG Coupe: media.daimler.com/marsMediaSite/en/instance/ko.xhtml?oid=40465887

Mercedes high-performance subsidiary gives the E-Class coupe a mild life-cycle impulse, which further widens the gap between the AMG model and its more pedestrian counterparts. The refreshed E53 gets an exclusive grille with vertical slats, sharper all-LED headlamps, twin power domes and wide front air intakes.

Porsche 718 Cayman & Boxter GTS 4.0: newsroom.porsche.com/en/2020/products/porsche-718-gts-4-0-models-boxster-cayman-19733.html

The usual 4-cylinder turbo mills are dedicated to the lower specced 718, the mid-tier GTS 4.0 models Cayman and Boxter are now powered by the screaming 4.0l Flat Six with 400 horses.

Audi RS5 Coupe: audi-mediacenter.com/en/presskits/the-audi-rs-5-coupe-and-the-audi-rs-5-sportback-12747

The 2021 model year brings us a facelifted version of the performance Audi RS5 Coupe, making it more aggressive on outside and more technologically advances on the inside. There are all-new bumpers, a revised, flatter and wider Singleframe grille, and standard Matrix LED headlights. The interior of the model is performed in all-black Nappa leather, with optional red or gray accents, and it gets a 10.1-inch MMI touch display and optional Audi digital cockpit with RS specific screens.

Aston Martin Vantage Roadster: astonmartin.com/en-us/models/new-vantage

2021 Aston Martin Vantage Roadster arrives 132 lbs heavier than its coupe sibling, but gets a new electronically operated roof, that can be unfolded automatically under 31 mph in 6.7 seconds.

Lotus EVORA GT410: media.lotuscars.com/en/news-articles/lotus-launches-new-evora-gt410with-improved-usability,new-levels-of-comfort-and-exceptional-value-for-money.html

Advertised as a daily version of the Evora sports car, the 2021 Lotus Evora 410 sacrifices the track-oriented setup of its Sport sibling, but offers more comfort and standard equipment inside. The coupe gets revised damper rate and as rides on 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels that are now wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S all-weather tires.

Jaguar F-Type: media.jaguar.com/en-us/news/2019/12/new-jaguar-f-type

2021 Jaguar F-Type arrives with a facelifted exterior design, that means a bolder front fascia, new LED lighting with signature J DRLs, and evolved interior styling. The car gets coupe and convertible body styles, with 4 trims levels, including the exclusive First Edition.

Porsche 911 Targa: presse.porsche.de/prod/presse_pag/PressResources.nsf/jumppage/modelle-911-911_targa4?OpenDocument

For the 2021 model year, the Targa becomes the most recent Porsche 911 model to transition onto the next gen 992 platform and it was simultaneously revealed in 4 and 4S specced variants.

Toyota Supra: toyota.com/gr-supra/

2021 Toyota Supra adds an all-new 2.0 trim, powered by the 2-liter 4-cylinder engine that makes 255 horses and 395 lb-ft. The car becomes 200 lbs lighter, keeps 50-50 weight distribution, and has $8,000 lower pricetag than the 3-liter V6-equipped 2021 Supra.


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  2. The z looks like a great first car I can also het my license in 3 years and 6 days as I need to be 16.6 years old

  3. 2023 Schmidt Rocket
    Engine: rear-mid, longitudinal, V6, twin-turbo and supercharged, 5.192 cc
    Fuel: 100% ethanol
    Transmission: 10-speed sequential, rear-wheel drive
    Maximum power: 2.000 hp @ 7.350 rpm
    Maximum torque: 209,8 kgf.m @ 4.900 rpm
    Curb weight: 1.000 kg
    0-100 kph: 1,42 s/0-200: 3,19 s/0-300: 5,98 s/ 0-400: 9,62 s/0-500: 15,02 s/ 500-0: 10,31 s
    Top speed: 571 kph
    Production planned: 500 units
    Price: $ 2,3 M

  4. AUDI has MESSED The "5" UP ! It's another car. That BEAUTIFUL Design it once had is GONE. Great TECH, but it's TRULY the end of an Era.

  5. Great video, great line up of cars.
    The Nissan Pototype looks the funnest to drive along with the Lotus. I would want the Mercedes the most out of all the cars shown.
    Again, great video!

  6. There are some beautiful cars here and some not so beautiful cars. The Supra is gorgeous, but I truly think the Nissan Z car looks so outdated and stale. Basically the same side profile that it’s had since inception back in 1999 (?). I had an Infiniti G35 Coupe the same year, which of course, was the sister car to the Z Car. At that time, they were both beautiful cars. However, after 15 years and 5 Infiniti’s later, I find the Infiniti model line-up totally unattractive, and as I said before, Nissan needs to totally rework the Z. (And, Infiniti needs to rework all thier models. The new 2021 QX55 looks somewhat better than their current models, but it doesn’t come out until March 2021.

  7. I was just saying the other day Ford should bring back the Mach 1. I just wish they would have put a shaker hood on it, to show is heritage to the 69 n 2000 model

  8. My question is how many years will it take to unravel all the problems before you feel comfortable buying one ?
    Who wants to buy something that's in the shop more than it's on the road ?
    Especially at these prices !

  9. Wow is the Supra ugly! Almost like Audi isn’t trying; RS5 looks just like the old one. AM IS overpriced for a Benz built V8. Jag seems a great value for what it is; half price of the 911! And, cheaper than the wanna be Boxster! Jag wins this w the Z second place. Note I am a Porsche owner hmmmm

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