The 2019 model year is steadily gaining the momentum and we have got a batch of new sports cars coming your way. To describe their creations, manufacturers use such phrases as the “most powerful ever, the fastest in the world, the best performance machines of all time and so on. Yes, they surely can talk, but can they deliver? Let’s take a look ourselves!
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Toyota GR Supra: toyota.com/upcoming-vehicles/gr-supra
It has been 17 years since the iconic Toyota Supra was discontinued, but after the tiresome teasing campaign and anticipation build up the all-new fifth generation production model, codenamed A90, has finally been unveiled at the Detroit autoshow.
Toyota Yaris GRMN: toyota-europe.com/new-cars/yaris-grmn
Toyota Yaris GRMN is the first production model of the Gazoo Racing Meister of the Nurburgring division of Toyota that has best in class 0 to 60 acceleration of 6.2 seconds. There is only one downside of this gem of a car, it costs $34,000, more than a Vokswagen GTI.
Mazda MX-5 Miata RF: mazdausa.com/vehicles/mx-5-miata-rf
Since Mazda Miata is arguably among the best looking affordable sports cars of today, designers stayed away from the car in 2019 and gave the way to engineers.
Mercedes-AMG GT R + Pro: media.daimler.com/marsMediaSite/en/instance/ko/The-new-Mercedes-AMG-GT-and-AMG-GT-R-PRO-Further-honed-and-even-more-agile.xhtml?oid=41921812&ajaxRequestsMade=1
If you are a true AMG fan, probably you won’t find major changes in the 2019 facelift of the iconic sports coupe from Mercedes, but the whole GT R line indeed went through a minor redesign.
Lexus LC Convertible Concept: lexus.com/concept/LC-Convertible
Even though the name of this car still carries the “concept” moniker, in reality it looks like a production ready prototype that was released basically to gather media reviews, polish rough edges, and celebrate the third anniversary of the LC coupe’s launch.
BMW M5 Competition: press.bmwgroup.com/usa/article/detail/T0280909EN_US/the-all-new-2019-bmw-m5-competition-sedan?language=en_US
If in the past Competition was viewed by BMW as an additional performance package, starting from 2019, it will be sold as a separate trim for M models carrying a $7,300 premium.
Lexus RC F Track Edition: pressroom.lexus.com/releases/2020+lexus+rc+f+and+rc+f+track+edition+debut+in+detroit.htm
2020 Lexus RC F Track Edition is a limited edition sports car that goes from 0 to 60 mph in 3.96 seconds, is fitted with a number of weight-saving, track-optimized components, and still remains street legal.
Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabrio: porsche.com/usa/models/911/911-carrera-models-1/911-carrera-4s-cabriolet/
2020 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S Cabrio is an open-top version of the 8-th generation 911 coupe that was introduced at the 2018 LA Auto Show. It comes with a 443 hp 3.0L flat six turbo engine, an optional sport suspension, and a power-folding soft-top that can open or close at 31 mph in 12 seconds.
Ford Mustang Shelby GT500: media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fna/us/en/news/2019/01/14/most-powerful-street-legal-ford-in-history-all-new-shelby-gt500.html
2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is claimed to be the fastest street-legal Mustang ever produced by Ford. This monster is equipped with a 5.2-liter supercharged, cross-plane crank V8 engine that produces over 700 horses and 600 lb-ft of torque.
Subaru WRX STI S209: subaru.com/naias2019
2019 Subaru WRX STI S209 is an extensive modification of WRX STI that offers even more power and performance to the Subaru lovers. The S209’s modified 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine produces 341 hp and is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission.