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An Across the Board Look At New Sports Cars Coming Out in 2021

An Across the Board Look At New Sports Cars Coming Out in 2021

Owning and driving a sports car is most of the big boys’ dream, if not all, whether it gives you pleasure feeling and driving it or you just want one to get some attention. Regardless of your reasons, we will help you fulfill that dream by providing you a small list of the best sports cars that will be out in 2021. This list will give you enough information to help you decide which one you should drive home. 


 

Fiat 124 Spider

  • Price: $28,195 – $35,000 (depending on the trim and options)
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • Top speed: 144 MPH
  • Hardtop or Convertible: Convertible
  • Seating capacity: 2
  • Color Variants: Hypnotique Red, Forte Black, Chiaro Silver, Brillante White, and Mare Blue – Base Classica and mid-range Urbana models 

Puro White Tri-Coat Pearl paint – top Lusso trim

 

The first Fiat 124 boasts an Italian style, charm, and drop-top cruising excitement. This generations’ 2021 Fiat 124 Spider kept the 1960s Italian sports car legacy and fused it with Japanese tech. Though it carries the same underpinning as the Mazda Miata, it has its own engine, suspension, and transmission tuning, which makes the 2021 Fiat a bargain and a thrilling sports car. It is an excellent roadster that has always been compared with the Mazda Miata. 

 

This Fiat drop-top is not a very fast car, but it provides an exciting ride with a sporty look. The 124 spider has a trunk bigger than the Miata, however, its small engine is not that potent. For shoppers who want to save cash and enjoy an Italian-style ride, the 124 Spider should be a good choice. Aside from being one of the most affordable roadsters, it also packs a quirky engine, comfortable ride, and agile handling.

 

2021 Chevrolet Camaro

  • Price: $26,000 – $70,695 (depending on the trim)
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • Top speed: 198 MPH
  • Hardtop or Convertible: Convertible
  • Seating capacity: 4
  • Color Variants: Crush, Red Hot, Satin Steel Metallic, Summit White, Black, Shadow Gray Metallic, Shock, Wild Cherry Tintcoat (new)

Chevy made some tweaks on the 2021 Camaro to improve it and it has now different color variants, new features, and wider transmission availability. Although Garnet Red Tintcoat and Rally Green Metallic have been obsolete, Wild Cherry Tintcoat is now offered—for an extra amount. All models now come standard with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, which means the app can be streamed to the car’s infotainment system without having to be plugged in. The track-oriented 1LE package is now available with the 10-speed automatic transmission on the V8-powered SS models. Except for the ZL1 1LE, all 1LEs were previously offered only with a six-speed manual.

According to experts, the best way to enjoy a new Camaro is by going with the optional 1LE Track performance package. It provides additional recognizable appearance pieces such as satin-black exterior accents, black-painted 20-inch wheels as well as unique interior small parts that includes more supportive Recaro front seats and microsuede trim. But, the most significant upgrades are the ones that enhance performance. Every 1LE comes with dual-mode exhaust system, improved powertrain-cooling components, more potent brakes, a limited-slip differential, and special suspension tuning. 

 

2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

  • Price: $59,995 – $67,495 (depending on the body style)
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • Top speed: 194 MPH
  • Hardtop or Convertible: Coupe, Convertible
  • Seating capacity: 2
  • Color Variants: Red Mist Tintcoat, Silver Flave Metallic

 

To make sure that the Corvette is not left behind, Chevrolet made some enhancements for the coming year, providing new standard features and new interior and color options. Although it is still basically the same mid-engine sports car that made enthusiasts and critics drool when it debuted last year, a number of new options and fine upgrades may be sufficient to win over the remaining skeptics. 

 

Let us start by highlighting the new standard features. According to a press release , the entry level model C8 now comes with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities. The gauge cluster has also been given a revamp and offers several new on-screen visualizations, which include a digital tachometer for track driving. And it is great news for people who dream of really pushing this lovely vehicle to its limits. The Buckle to Drive safety tech of GM is now also a standard, to make sure that you will not be able to leave the parking lot without you buckling up.

 

Aside from that, there is also another new feature, which is the popular Magnetic Ride Control option. It uses magnetorheological dampers to smoothen the ride, even on bumpy, rough and less welcoming roads. This option can now be added to the car independent to the Z51 performance package.

 

2021 Dodge Challenger

  • Price: $78, 745 – $91,469 (depending on the options)
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • Top speed: 230 MPH
  • Hardtop or Convertible: Coupe
  • Seating capacity: 5
  • Color Variants: F8 Green, Go Mango, Frostbite, Granite, Hellraisin, IndiGo Blue, Sinamon Stick, Octane Red, Pitch Black, Smoke Show, TorRed, Triple Nickel, and White Knuckle

 

The 2021 Dodge Challenger has been a great example of the theory of evolution, since it has been transforming into a more captivating ride year after year. While a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine is still at the center of this robust-looking Dodge coupe, the Hellcat engine now comes in three different levels of potency: 717, 797, and 207 horsepower. The only other muscle car that can rival these figures is the 760-hp Ford Shelby Mustang GT500. The 2021 Challenger SRT Hellcat’s visual appearance and extremely potent engines are among the most powerful machines in the world—it also looks the part.

 

Although Dodge has not released an official list of changes for 2021 lineup, they have revealed a new Challenger Super Stock model that is practically a detuned version of the drag-race equipped SRT Demon that was limited to a one-year production journey. This Dodge Challenger features an 807-hp version of the improved Hellcat engine that propels the Redeye. Every SS boasts a widebody kit, a revised powertrain calibration, and a specially tuned suspension that enhances quarter-mile performance. It also features lightweight equipment which includes downsized 14.2-inch rotors and all-aluminum Brembo brake calipers as well as 18×11 inch wheels wrapped with Nitto drag radials that measure 315/40R-18 on all four corners. The Super Stock also carries components that were found on the Demon, which include a line-lock feature for heating up the rear tires and a race-cooldown system that makes sure the engine stays at the ideal operating temperature.

 

2021 Mazda Miata

  • Price: $30,000 – $40,000 (depending on the trim and options)
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • Top speed: 135 MPH
  • Hardtop or Convertible: Hardtop, Convertible
  • Seating capacity: 2
  • Color Variants: Arctic White, Jet Black Mica, Eternal Blue Mica and Ceramic Metallic

 

The 2021 Mazda Miata is not just your typical automotive icon, since its legacy stretches back more than 30 years and its energetic ride has always been its most powerful attribute. The four-cylinder engine of the Miata produces just enough power to make it feel bold and its chassis is pleasantly balanced, perfect for driving through corners and curvy roads. Both a power-folding hardtop called RF and soft top convertible model are offered, regardless of the body type, buyers will get to enjoy a ride under the sun. The Miata’s cabin is only enough for two people and the cargo space is really limited so you can’t really expect it to be great for road trips, however, it is designed for sprightly sun-soaked drives and fun track-runs. It is also one of the most affordable ways to get into a convertible sports car and display your passion.

 

The Miata is not a speed monster or a brute with a 2-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 181 horsepower, however, the engine is gratifying while steering the car across the city. Integrated with a six-speed manual transmission, shoppers also have an option to go for a six-speed automatic transmission. 

 

The power produced from the four cylinder engine might feel inadequate but is potent enough to speed up the convertible steadily. The engine has been proven and tested and looks elegant when you rev up in the 7500 rpm range.

 

2021 Nissan 400Z

  • Price:  $45,000 – $53,000(depending on the model)
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • Top speed: 155 MPH
  • Hardtop or Convertible: Hardtop
  • Seating capacity: 2
  • Color Variants: TBD

 

The automotive industry has a cycle of creating, redesigning and ending production when convenient. And it looks like Nissan is far from ending its production of their Z series. In fact, Nisaan is going all out on the design  of their 400Z. It is believed that it is based on the 370Z’s framework. It is generally expected that Nissan will completely rework or revamp a number of things like the suspension system and the drivetrain, however, it may not be enough to make it stand out, from a genuinely driving standpoint against the 370Z. Although lots of experts are also looking forward to seeing a new but retro looking version of the 370Z, its driving dynamics and general on-road experience might not be that different from the out-going model.

 

The 400Z is only available in rear-wheel drive. This next-gen Z  will most likely use a variant of the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 found in the Q50 Red Sport 400 and Infiniti Q60. That is the VR30DDT for Nissan geeks. According to rumors, its transmission includes a Nismo-tuned automatic or six-speed manual.

 

2021 Volkswagen Jetta GLI

  • Price:  $26,890 – $28,609(depending on the options)
  • Drivetrain: FWD
  • Top speed: 126 MPH
  • Hardtop or convertible: Hardtop
  • Seating capacity: 5
  • Color Variants: Deep Black pearl, Pure Gray, Pure White, Pyrite Silver Metallic, Tornado Red

 

The 2021 Volkswagen Jetta GLI features similar impressive driving attributes that make the Golf GTI a big hit. This hatchback comes with a nice interior and impressive practicality for a sedan, credited to its roomier back seat and bigger trunk than its class rivals. Both VW’s are equipped with a powerful 228-hp turbocharged four-cylinder that is paired with either an engaging manual transmission or a quicker-shifting automatic. The GLI’s aesthetic is more lowkey than its hot-hatch sibling, but it costs thousands less than the GTI. Still, these two VWs are equally engaging to drive. Overall, the 2021 Jetta GLI is greatness captured in a compact sedan.

 

The GLI has Jetta’s same basic spacious cabin but it is accented with a few red trim to spice things up. Even the entry level S trim has features like dual-zone automatic climate control, customizable ambient interior lighting, passive entry with push-button start and heated front seats. The upper trim, Autobahn, adds a power-adjustable driver’s seat, a 10.3-inch digital gauge cluster, ventilated front seats and a panoramic sunroof. The sportiest Jetta is also roomier than its hatchback counterpart, with about two inches of additional legroom in the rear seat. The compact sedan also has a massive trunk that can hold more carry-on bags than the Golf’s rear seat.

 

2021 Kia Stinger

  • Price: $19,395 – $24,795 (depending on the trim and options)
  • Drivetrain: RWD, AWD
  • Top speed: 195 MPD
  • Hardtop or convertible: Convertible
  • Seating capacity: 5
  • Color Variants: TBD

 

The 2021 Kia Stinger might look like the old model, but there are some fine changes here and there. Those changes include the front part where the headlights applied a new design and modified daytime running lights along with darker tint. 

 

The grand tourer was revised and now boasts a full-width brake light and turn signals with LEDs that look like a checkered flag thanks to its pattern. While adding a new color and two optional packages, Kia has designed new 18 and 19 inch alloy wheels. The Dark Package available in a number of global markets will come with a dark finish for the exhaust tips and rear badge as well as a glossy black rear diffuser. The most significant change in the cabin is the larger 10.25-inch infotainment replacing the outdated 8.0-inch setup. As per Kia, the materials used all over the interior have higher quality than before and buyers will get to choose from faux carbon fiber or aluminum trim for the center console. The surrounding lighting has been enhanced and there are now 64 choices of colors to create a cozy ambience.