The term is enough for people to know that exactly why this is used. The sports car is definitely meant for people with high adrenaline rush. These people love to take their life as a challenge and the sports car definitely helps them in proving it. A sports car can be of many types:

  • A sports sedan:

A sport sedan can be a name given to any sedan which appears sporty along with enhanced motor parts meant for the sports. But it is not necessary for a sport sedan to participate in the race only. Many of the time the high performance of the cars gets them this name. Examples of these cars are that of Mitshubishi Lancer, and BMW M5.

  • A Muscle car:

The “F&F” movies were enough for people to know all about this car. It is basically a car which is American made and has a V8 engine in it. Mostly these cars are famous for their two doors and speed. Examples of these cars are the Ford Torino, Montiac GTO and Valiant Charger.

  • A Convertible:

These cars definitely have style to their speed no doubt. They come with the convertible roof feature which allows the roof to move. The examples of these cars are the Honda S2000 and the Volkswagen Eos.

There are many other types of sports cars and this list is not big enough to fit them all.


BMW has been making convertibles for about as long as the company exists. One good example of a success story is that of the Z4. This convertible with smooth gray lines and a dual grill is what we can easily recognize on this small but powerful coupe. With its introduction in 2002, it was hailed “Design of the Year” by Automobile Magazine. This car was made for the concept of speed and maneuverability, as the 3.0 liter engine suggests. With six inline cylinders it produces an impressive 231 bhp.



What the Z4 stresses the most is performance expressed in sheer power. It comes in both a six­speed manual gearbox and six­speed automatic transmission. Most drivers find the latter a bit slow and unwieldy in changing gears. What helps is that the car comes with flippers on the rear side of the steering wheel. Nonetheless the car produces 315 Nm at just 2700 rpm.



But even though performance plays a big role, comfort is also available in the Z4 series. One feature that enhances comfort is the adaptable suspension, which registers road conditions

to adjust handling parameters accordingly. Also helpful is the leather interior and GPS

systems that come packaged with the car.


Its name comes from a dangerous lightweight battle axe used by the Scythians in classical times. The rugged design of the TVR Sagaris does this idea justice. Big headlights in front of a large engine bay covered with ventilation is a daunting sight indeed. First seen at the 2003

MPH03 Auto show, the Sagaris was a sports car made for endurance racing, which seems reminiscent of rallying. What this means is that the Sagaris can cover long distances of up to

1600 kilometers without any service intervals or other pauses.



But the big ventilated hood has good reason for being relatively large. The Sagaris is powered by a 4 liter engine that produces a staggering 380 bhp and 473 Nm of torque at a lowly 4500 rpm. In combination with a short 5­gear manual gearbox, this machine can reach

100 kilometers per hour in just 3.7 seconds. And with brake discs the size of 30 centimeters, one can stop just as quickly.



What is interesting for the Sagaris is that it features no airbags or ABS. The now­deceased owner of TVR, Peter Wheeler, was involved in the designing process of this car. He believed that such safety mechanisms promote overconfidence in drivers. Other aids like traction control and electronic stability control are also lacking. This is exactly what makes the Sagaris a car for racing, and not for daily driving.


In case you are a car enthusiast, then you certainly want your car to look good. This can be achieved in many ways. Various aspects of car detailing are important. You should make the car clean, you can tint your windows, but a thing that many people forget are the tires. The tires often times look dirty and used a lot. And this does not look good on a car. Instead you want them to look brand new with a shiny black color. Can we do this? Sure, by applying correct tire dressing! The whole procedure describing how to chose the correct tire dressing is described here, but we are not going too much into it.

What is important is that with shiny tires, we can then drive further as well as also better. Cars just simply look more professional. I personally think many people overlook this feature which I find a big pitty. I think this is an important feature of almost every car, whether it’s luxury or other kind of car. It’s simply a must for everyone who takes care of his or her car well! So this is my rant about this, if you feel different, let me know in the comments!


Introduced in 1989, the Mazda MX­5 NA was the first generation of the MX series. The iconic sleek body design combined with the pop­up headlights meant it was easily recognizable. Its flexible undercarriage and short wheelbase gave the car its sporty feeling. Supporting this sentiment is the light weight (only 950 kg) and agile 1.6 liter engine, which produced some 116 bhp and 135 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. Later versions of this first generation vehicle were outfitted with a stronger 1.8 liter engine, which made up to 130 bhp.



But the real distinguishing factor for the MX­5 was in its behaviour on the road. Because of the MX­5’s handling the car has enjoyed a lot of renown. This is due to the fact that the suspension is rather stiff, which in turn means that the car will retain traction, even in the toughest of corners that you can imagine.



Lastly, the MX­5 is of excellent quality for a low price. Drivers of this vehicle see the low­running costs as a definite bonus over competitors. With normal service intervals and thorough inspections one can expect to run well over 200.000 kilometers with this

convertible. And so the MX­5 series continue being a staple among sporty drivers. The latest generation, dating from 2005 to 2015, comes with options such as power steering, GPS and modern safety options.



Mercedes­Benz has been an established name in luxury cars since 1926. But when it comes to sporty and comfortable coupes the German company happily obliges. At the beginning of the 90’s the company set out to make a roadster that was sporty, light and short of nature. The result is what gave the SLK its iconic name. Sportlich, Leicht and Kurz are the German translations of the three aspects described previously. When we look at the end result, Mercedes­Benz has succeeded in accomplishing these three aspects.



It is powered by a 2.3 liter straight four engine producing some 193 bhp. Customers could choose between either a 5­speed manual gearbox or an automatic gearbox of the same proportion. Combined with a weight of 1.337 kg, this is not exactly the fastest car on the


track. But due to its short wheelbase of 2.4 meters and excellent traction control it handles very well through both shallow and steep corners alike.



What the SLK also has to offer is a lot of comfort. With leather interior and options like cruise control, GPS and multimedia control this car can take on large distances with ease. Most drivers say that this car offers good support in being both a daily driver and sporty coupe.



Through the years, Honda has built a considerable name for itself when it comes to motorsports. From 1965 up to 2008 its racing team enjoyed victories all over the world. They include the Belgian Grand Prix, Italian Grand Prix and even the Indy 500. Then it is no surprise to imagine that Honda knows how to build a car designed with performance in mind.


From that that perspective we can look at the Honda NSX, a mid­engined supercar made for racing conditions. This is reflected by the aerodynamic design, which has very interesting origins. Designers from Honda closely inspected General Dynamic’s F­16, a fighter jet from

  1. During later stages even famous driver Ayrton Senna’s expertise was used to craft the car. The result is a very sleek and efficient body which withstands speeds of up to 280 kilometers per hour.



Under the hood the NSX makes no attempt at hiding its performance. It uses an

all­aluminum 3.0 liter V6 engine, producing an interesting 276 bhp and 294 Nm at 5400 rpm. Of course, it would not be a sports car were it not to have Variable Valve Timing (or VVT). Fortunately this is embedded using Honda’s VTEC system, which also uses Lift Control.


These cars definitely need no introduction. These are the rare and exclusive models. They are costly and worth every penny spend on them as they are what one can say in one term “Luxurious”. These cars are definitely the very best on their own. They provide people with the utmost comfort that they can imagine of. The following list will give one an idea of the classification of the luxury cars:

  • The Compact Luxury cars:

One can define these cars to be the entry level cars in the category of the luxury cars. They are basically the size of a small family car but have a comfort and luxury that no one will deny in experiencing. The examples of these cars are: The Audi A4 and the Mercedes Benz C Class.

  • The Executive Luxury cars:

These cars are very much mid-sized. They have their own level of upgraded luxury features too. The technology used in these cars is definitely many times better than that of the normal family car. The examples of these cars can be: the Mercedes E Class, The Jaguar XF etc.

  • High End Luxury Cars:

These cars no doubt are the best in terms of technology. They are full sized and generally have the V8 engines to support them. These cars definitely are the most advanced in the automotive technology and have few brands that are the most recognizable in the world. Few examples of these cars are: The Audi 8, BMW 7 series, the Mercedes Benz S class.

  • The Ultra Luxury Cars:

These cars definitely need no definition. They literally cost more than a $100,000. These cars include the great brands of Bentley and Rolls Royce without any doubt. The Audi A6 and the BMW 550i can be considered a part of this list.

There are few other luxury cars too. These cars are almost irreplaceable. There is also a luxury suv crossover car. These are also very much expensive and luxurious.


The family cars are the ones that are only meant for a family. They are for long rides or shopping or a small outing and can be regularly used. The family cars are definitely one of the most sold ones. It is because of the need of it with every family. The classification of these cars is very simple. They are as following:

  • The small family cars:

This particular car is for the families that are not too big and it can be very well understood from the name only. Generally they are supposed to sport engines measuring from 1.4 to about 2.5 ltrs. Also they can range from a mere 167 inches to a maximum of 177 inches in length. These cars are the reason why any family can enjoy their time together. Also these cars can accumulate up to five adults. The examples of these cars are: Toyota Auris, the Vauxhall Astra cars. These Vauxhall Astra cars are really great family hatch backs that one can own.

  • The large family cars:

These cars are meant for big families. These cars are generally for group of big friends or people having a fantasy about the large cars despite having a small family or indeed if they have large family. The examples of these cars are: The Vauxhall Insignia, the Mazda6 etc.

The family cars are definitely one of the most wanted and sold cars every year. And this is the reason why most of the companies are coming up with various family car models every given month.