Starting Used Price: $220,000 How can McLaren justify the 720S's high price? It's not the latest model, so it won't have cutting-edge equipment, and it's not fancy, so your money won't go there either.
Starting Used Price: $175,000 The Huracán is possibly the most acceptable for daily driving, but it's hardly meek. This low-slung coupe has an all-wheel-drive system and a 602 horsepower, naturally-aspirated V10 powerplant.
Starting Used Price: $160,000 The preceding two beat the Nissan in power output and highest speed, but when it comes to road handling, the GT-R is unmatched.
Starting Used Price: $150,000 When choosing an everyday sports car, the Porsche 911 should be considered because it's been the standard for decades and German over-engineering makes it durable.
Starting Used Price: $115,000 We recommend the Audi R8, especially the second-generation model. The mind-mounted 5.2-liter V10 produces 540 horsepower and drives all four wheels for optimal grip.
Starting Used Price: $65,000 This improves handling, weight distribution, and the thrill of having a 495-horsepower, 6.2-liter V8 is behind you. Purists may protest. Needless to say, this Corvette's current iteration is the fastest and most savage yet.
Starting Used Price: $65,000 Swinging back over Germany, it's evident they know how to make a supercar-slaying daily, and this BMW M5 is one of the greatest, especially for practicality.
Starting Used Price: $65,000 This BMW M4 Competition Coupe is a terrific option to consider in the event that you desire a more streamlined and powerful BMW.
Starting Used Price: $60,000 The Jaguar F-type, especially the SVR edition with a ferocious 575 horsepower V8, is another attractive coupe competing with the Porsche 911.
Starting Used Price: $40,000 Finally, the Audi RS5, a modest car compared to McLarens and Lamborghinis, has a lot to offer. A second row of seats, decent trunk, and all-wheel drive make this winter-ready.