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25 Cars Similar to Corvette

This is a first generation red Corvette at a parking lot.

The Chevrolet Corvette has to be one of the most recognizable 2-door two-passenger sports cars ever to be designed and manufactured. Spanning a legacy over 65 years, the Corvette, also known as “America’s sports car,” is now into its eighth generation.

The latest generation looks sleek, modern, out of this world, and if you didn’t know any better, you might think it’s a concept car. Starting at $59,900 for the coupe with no added extras is nothing to pull your nose up at, and swapping out the coupe for a convertible (with no added features) will cost you an additional $8000.

The Corvette features a 6.2L V8 DI (Direct Injection) rear-wheel-drive (RWD) engine and 8-speed dual-clutch transmission for both variants (coupe and convertible). This engine pushes out an incredible 495 horsepower (hp) that also delivers 470 Newton meters of torque (lb-ft). It does 0-60 in 2.9 seconds and has a top speed of 194mph.

The fuel efficiency of this car is not might what you’d expect from a sports car. It offers 15MPG (Miles Per Gallon) in the city while driving on the highway will raise it to 27MPG.

Besides coming in a coupe or convertible, the 2021 Corvette Stingray has three models to choose from. The 1LT, 2LT, and 3LT. Standard on all models is Brembo antilock breaks, traction control, limited-slip rear differential, active handling stability control, rear park assist, airbags, and daytime running lamps. Moreover, all models feature the same dimensions and dry weight.

  • Front head room – 37.9 inches
  • Front leg room – 42.8 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 54.4 inches
  • Trunk volume – 12.6 ft3 (cubic feet)
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For the most part, everything on all three models is the same when it comes to typical accessories such as 4G LTE-WiFi hotspot capability, carpeted floors, cruise control, climate control, HD radio, lighting, NFC, and OnStar connected services.

However, the difference between the models comes in when concerning the sound system, infotainment system, and leather upholstery. The 1LT and 2LT feature Mulan leather seating, while the 3LT features Napa leather. Then only the 1LT offers the Chevrolet infotainment 3 plus system with an 8 inch diagonal HD color touchscreen.

Lastly, the 2LT and 3LT offer the BOSE Performance Series 14-speaker audio system, while the 1LT offers the BOSE Premium 10-speaker system.

The Top Three Alternatives to The Corvette

Although the Corvette, for most, is their dream car, there are some who may prefer something else. Perhaps something a little less flashy with more power or more bling and more power, everyone is different. That’s why we put together this list of the top 25 2-door sports cars similar to the Corvette, and below are our top three picks, followed by the rest. If you are in the market for a sports car, this is undoubtedly the most comprehensive comparison you will find.

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1. 2021 Mercedes AMG C 63 2dr Coupe

This is a black Mercedes c63 amg w204 coupe parked in an empty car park at sunset.

Starting MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price) for this luxurious car starts at approximately $70,650, which is ten grand more than the Corvette. It might be due to the fact that this coupe can actually seat four individuals, but that takes nothing away from its looks or power.

The accessories for this little power horse include the standard basics such as ABS and driveline traction control, airconditioning, heated seats and cushions, SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satelite radio, and an infotainment system.

It features a 4L V8 RWD engine that delivers 469HP, which is lower than the Corvette but has 479lb-ft (torque), which is higher. Top speed is electronically limited to 155mph.

The fuel efficiency is 17MPG in the city and 26MPG on the highway, while the fuel tank capacity sits at 17.4 gallons.

The dimensions are pretty much the same as the Corvette except that the trunk space is ever so slightly smaller;

  • Front head room – 39 inches
  • Front leg room – 42 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 55 inches
  • Trunk volume – 10.5 ft3

2. 2021 Nissan GT-R 2dr All-Wheel Drive Coupe

This is a silver Nissan GT-R 2-door Coupe on display at a car show.

As you would undoubtedly have guessed, this sports car, unlike the Corvette, is an AWD. That’s not the only difference, though. The MSRP of this bad boy is a whopping $113,540. That’s almost double that of the Corvette.

Additionally, the 3.8L V-6 AWD engine can push out 565Hp and 467lb-ft. The torque is almost identical to the Corvette, but the horsepower of this V-6 is 75 more. Top speed for the GT-R hits 186mph.

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As with the AMG, this car can seat four passengers and comes with SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satelite radio and an infotainment system. Other features include ABS and traction control, heated seats, air conditioning, a navigation system, and parking assist.

Although it sports a larger fuel tank than the Corvette, holding 19.5 gallons, the efficiency of this car is a little less. It gets 16MPG in the city and 22MPG on the highway.

Once again, the dimensions are similar to the Corvette. However, the trunk has a lot less space;

  • Front head room – 38 inches
  • Front leg room – 44.6 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 54 inches
  • Trunk volume – 8.8 ft3

3. 2021 Ford Mustang GT Premium 2dr Convertible

This is a blue Ford Mustang GT Premium 2dr Convertible at a car show.

Without a doubt, no list would be complete without adding in a Mustang, and this one makes it to our top 3. Another car considered to be an All-American classic, it features a massive 5L V-8 RWD engine that is capable of 460Hp and 420lb-ft. This is slightly lower than the Corvette in both regards, but what this car lacks in power it makes up for in style and price. Did we mention it’s a convertible, and its top speed is 155mph?

Only starting off at an MSRP of $45,785, this car is 25% less in price when compared to the Corvette. As with the other models in our top 3, other features of this car include heated seats, SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satelite radio, leather seat trim, parking assist, and airconditioning.

Having a 16-gallon fuel tank, you can expect to get 15MPG in the city and 24MPG on the highway, and dimensions are pretty much the same across the board as the Corvette

  • Front head room – 38 inches
  • Front leg room – 44.5 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 56 inches
  • Trunk volume – 11.4 ft3
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Twenty-Two More Vehicles Similar to the Corvette

Even though these next twenty-two sports cars never made it to our top 3, they exceed all expectations, and choosing a sports car typically won’t come down to how fast it can go but rather your preference (taste) and, more so, your budget.

2021 BMW M4 2dr RWD Coupe

This is a white 2021 BMW M4 RWD Coupe with two doors on display.

Even though this car may give off a business-like appeal to many, the lines and curves that make up this beauty say otherwise. The base model will run you $71,800 starting MSRP. That’s, again, ten grand more than the Corvette, but it does give you the option of seating four passengers like the AMG.

The 3L I-6 RWD engine surprisingly pushes out 473Hp and 406lb-ft. That’s only 22Hp less than the Corvette. Not to mention its top speed is lower than the Corvettes at 155mph.

Standard features for this sports car include all the bells and whistles that you would expect to find in a luxury BMW. They include ABS and driveline traction control, air conditioning, heated seats, lumbar support, navigation system, and parking assist.

SiriusXM comes with 360L AM/FM/HD/Satelite seek-scan radio and an infotainment system, while the trimming for the seats is Merino leather.

The fuel tank capacity is 15.6 Gallons giving you 16MPG in the city and 23MPG on the highway. Dimensions for this BMW give a little more room to breathe;

  • Front head room – 40 inches
  • Front leg room – 41.7 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 55 inches
  • Trunk volume – 15.5 ft3

2021 BMW M850I xDrive 2dr AWD Coupe

This is a gray 2021 BMW 850I xDrive 2dr AWD Coupe parked with a mountain view.

Even though we are reviewing the coupe, this model does have a convertible option. It should be, considering the starting MSRP is $111,900, which is almost double that of the Corvette.

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The features for this BMW similarly represent the M4. However, the AWD features the xDrive capability. Merino leather seats are standard as well as ABS, heated seats, navigation, air conditioning, and SiriusXM with 360L.

Getting to what is different, the 4.4L V8 AWD (all-wheel-drive) pumps out a staggering 523HP and 553lb-ft. That’s quite a significant increase when compared to the Corvette. However, the top speed is limited to 155mph. What a pity.

Regarding the fuel tank and efficiency, it has an 18-gallon capacity and will get you 17MPG in the city and 25MPG on the highway. The dimensions are as follows;

  • Front head room – 39 inches
  • Front leg room – 42.1 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 57 inches
  • Trunk volume – 14.8 ft3

2021 BMW Z4 sDrive M40i 2dr RWD Roadster

This is an orange BMW Z4 sDrive M40i 2dr RWD Roadster on display at a car show.

Not quite as powerful as the Corvette in its standard model, which offers a 2L I-4 engine giving it 255HP and 295lb-ft. The upgraded version hits a little closer to home with a 3L I-6 RWD engine that offers 382Hp and 369lb-ft. One would think that the MSRP would thus be a little lower, but it’s $63,700, which kind of makes you stand up and pay attention.

This is BMWs stylish roadster sports car, and as such, it comes with that hefty price tag along with it having a top speed of 162mph. That’s more than most of the other sports cars we have mentioned.  Standard features include the same as the previous BMW models, but space and fuel tank are somewhat limited.

The capacity for the fuel tank is only 13.7 gallons, but the efficiency is somewhat better than the Corvette giving 22MPG in the city and 30MPG on the highway. The dimensions are the following;

  • Front head room – 39 inches
  • Front leg room – 42.2 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 54 inches
  • Trunk volume – 9.9 ft3
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2021 BMW M2 Competition 2dr RWD Coupe

This is a blue 2021 BMW M2 Competition 2dr RWD Coupe on a mountain road.

Almost spot on with the MSRP for the Corvette, this car comes in at $58,900. Even though it may be close with the price, the engine of this BMW seems a little lackluster. Not to say that it isn’t that great because it is a 3L I-6 that produces 405Hp and 406lb-ft; however, the Corvette does seem to outshine it in this aspect slightly. The top speed for this car is 155mph but can be extended to 168mph.

Dakota leather trim is what separates this model from the other BMWs; otherwise, the standard accessories are the same and include heated seats, ABS, SiriusXM, an LCD monitor, lumbar support, and traction control.

Coming in with the same fuel tank capacity as our previous BMW model but offering less fuel efficiency, the tank’s capacity is 13.7 gallons, and it will give you 18MPG in the city and 24MPG on the highway.

The dimensions for this car are slightly larger than the Corvette, giving you some space;

  • Front head room – 40 inches
  • Front leg room – 41.5 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 54 inches
  • Trunk volume – 13.8 ft3

2021 Aston Martin Vantage 2dr Coupe

This is a green 2021 Aston Martin Vantage 2dr Coupe on the road.

Aston Martin is next up on our list, and first up is the Vantage. Beating at its core is a 4L twin-turbocharged V8 engine that gives it an acceleration of 0-62mph in 3.6 seconds along with a top speed of 195mph. Acceleration is slower than the Corvette, but it does have a higher top speed. This is due to its 502Hp and incredible 675lb-ft, which is significantly higher than the Corvette.

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It’s all good and well, but this little rocket will set you back approximately $146,000 MSRP, which is almost three times as much as the Corvette.

Although it doesn’t have SiriusXM, it does offer all the bells and whistles that the other cars on this list have, such as ABS and driveline traction control, air conditioning, navigation, and parking assist. Trim comes in two options of either simulated suede or leather.

The interior dimensions for this car are not available, but the fuel tank holds 19.3 gallons, giving you 14MPG in the city and 21MPG on the highway.

2021 Aston Martin DB11 Base V8 2dr Coupe

This is a gray Aston Martin DB11 Base V8 2dr Coupe on display at a car show.

Moving along and really getting into the swing of things, the DB11 has an MSRP of $205,600. That’s almost four times as much as the Corvette. Take note that Aston Martin is synonymous with luxury, and even though pecs might be similar to the Corvette, you will be paying for the name here.

Sporting a 4L V8 RWD engine that pumps out 503Hp and 513lb-ft, this car can move. Similar to the Vantage, it has a top speed of 192mph and can go from 0-62mph in 4 seconds. However, it can hold four passengers, unlike the Corvette or Vantage.

Standard features include ABS, SiriusXM, leather seat trim, navigation, lumbar support, and parking assist. The fuel tank capacity isn’t inadequate at 20.5 gallons and boasts a similar efficiency to the Corvette at 18MPG in the city and 24MPG on the highway. Once again, interior dimensions are not given, but the trunk does have a volume of 9.5ft3.

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2021 Aston Martin DBS Base 2dr Coupe

This is a white 2021 Aston Martin DBS Base 2dr Coupe on display.

Straight to the point, this car will run you $316,300 starting MSRP. With a top speed of 211mph, this car can hit 0-62mph in only 3.4 seconds. It must be due to its 5.2L V12 RWD engine that has an astonishing 715Hp and 663lb-ft. That’s probably why you are going to have to shell out that kind of money.

One key characteristic about this car to know is that typically when cars get faster, they require more cooling, more robust suspension, and larger brakes; however, the DBS does not.

It has been upgraded in all of its areas with the finest, strongest lightweight material available to handle its phenomenal performance. Standard features include regulars like SiriusXM, air conditioning, ABS, traction control, heated seats, navigation, and parking assist.

The fuel tank capacity is the same as the DB11 (20.5 gallons), but it will only get you 14MPG in the city and 22MPG on the highway. Interior dimensions for this car are not included. However, the trunk volume is 6.6ft3.

2022 Audi A5 45 S Line Premium 2dr AWD Quattro Coupe

This is a green Audi A5 45 S Line Premium 2dr AWD Quattro Coupe on display at a car show.

Getting back to an MSRP that similarly reflects the Corvette, you can pick up an A5 for around $44,500, which is considerably less. You might have to consider this because it only offers a 2L I-4 AWD engine that delivers 261Hp and 273lb-ft. This means that the acceleration is a little slower, hitting 0-62mph in 5.6 seconds, and has a top speed of 155.3mph.

Climbing into this car, you will find heated seats, leather trim, air conditioning, lumbar support, and AM/FM/HD seek-scan radio.

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For such a small fuel tank that is 15.3 gallons, it offers higher efficiency than other cars on this list. Driving in the city you can expect to see 24MPG and 31MPG on the highway.  

Dimensions and trunk volume for this car similarly represent the Corvette;

  • Front head room – 37 inches
  • Front leg room – 41.3 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 55 inches
  • Trunk volume – 10.9 ft3

2021 Audi S5 3.0T Premium 2dr AWD Quattro Coupe

A dark gray 2021 Audi S5 3.0T Premium 2dr AWD Quattro Coupe convertible at a parking lot.

Getting a little closer to the Corvette with an MSRP of $52,500 and featuring a 3L V6 engine, the S5 returns 349HP and 369lb-ft. Top speed for the S5 is limited to 155mph but boasts all the right features in all the right places.

Some include ABS and driveline traction control, sunglass roof, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, heated seats, LCD monitor, heated mirrors, lumbar support, and Alcantara simulated suede or leather seat trim.

The fuel tank is relatively small, only being 15.3 gallons, but the efficiency is quite good, giving you 20MPG in the city and 28MPG on the highway. Dimensions for the interior of this car are identical to the A5;

  • Front head room – 37 inches
  • Front leg room – 41.3 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 55 inches
  • Trunk volume – 10.9 ft3

2021 Audi TT 2.0T 2dr AWD Quattro Coupe

This is a lime green 2021 Audi TT 2.0T 2dr AWD Quattro Coupe at a car show.

The TT appeals to many individuals because of its modern, stylish look but does not quite match power for power when it is compared to the Corvette. It is driven by a 2L I-4 AWD engine that handles 220Hp and 258lb-ft. This is nothing to turn away from because it will crush almost any other car on the road, but it falls a bit behind when compared with the Corvette.

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With a starting MSRP of $49,800 (only ten thousand lower than the Corvette), you may be wondering why the engine isn’t as large. Well, even though the engine is a bit smaller, its acceleration is a phenomenal 0-62mph in 4.5 seconds and hits a top speed of 174mph. Who needs a larger engine, right?

Features include SiriusXM, heated seats, ABS, MMI navigation plus voice activation navigation, parking assist, traction control, Nappa simulated suede or leather seat trim.

It has one of the smallest tanks (14.5 gallons) but offers 23MPG in the city and 31MPG on the highway. Quite economical. Interior dimensions for the TT are;

  • Front head room – 37 inches
  • Front leg room – 41.1 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 54 inches
  • Trunk volume – 12.0 ft3

2021 Audi R8 5.2 V10 Performance 2dr AWD Quattro Coupe

This is a gray 2021 Audi R8 5.2 V10 Performance 2dr AWD Quattro Coupe at a parking lot.

This is Audi’s cream of the crop when it comes to their 2dr sports car coupes, and the MSRP of $196,700 supports this. Although the price is pretty high for this car (four times higher than the Corvette), it is due to what is under the hood.

Powering this monster is a staggering 5.2L V10 AWD engine that pushes out 602Hp and 413lb-ft. You’ll get from 0-62mph in only 3.3 seconds with this car, and you’ll hit a top speed of 198mph not much later.

The features for the R8 are the same as the previous Audi models and include all the standard bells and whistles like SiriusXM, Nappa leather seat trim, MMI navigation, parking assist, and ABS.

Remember, this car is meant for the track, and as such, the fuel efficiency is not that great, although the fuel capacity sits at 19.3 gallons. Driving in the city will get you 13MPG, and the highway will give you 20MPG. The leg room in the R8 leaves a little to be desired, but the other dimensions except the trunk volume mimic the Corvette;

  • Front head room – 39 inches
  • Front leg room – 40.9 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 55 inches
  • Trunk volume – 8.0 ft3
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2021 Dodge Challenger SXT 2dr RWD Coupe

This is a gold 2021 Dodge Challenger SXT 2dr RWD Coupe at a parking area.

America seems to be at the top of the list for producing fantastic muscle cars, and another beast we can add to the mix is the Dodge Challenger. At the lowest MSRP that we have come across so far, the Challenger is only $29,065.

You may be thinking, well, some of the other vehicles we have looked at also have a lower MSRP, but they are not that great compared to the Corvette. That’s not the case with this bad boy. With a top speed of 203mph (faster than the Corvette) and an acceleration of 0-60mph in 3.4 seconds, this sports car is only driven by a 3.6L V6 RWD engine that features 303Hp and only 268lb-ft. That’s incredible.

Some of the interior does pay the price, however, but only just. Interior features include cloth seat trim, heated mirrors, lumbar support, ABS and driveline traction control, and seek-scan radio.

Even the fuel tank capacity and efficiency are nothing to be ashamed of. The tank capacity is 18.5 gallons and will get you 19MPG in the city with 30MPG on the highway. Not to mention this car has a somewhat spacious interior;

  • Front head room – 39 inches
  • Front leg room – 42.0 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 59 inches
  • Trunk volume – 16.2 ft3

2021 Honda Civic Type R Limited Edition 4dr Hatchback

This is a red 2021 Honda Civic Type R Limited Edition 4dr Hatchback at a parking lot.

Although this car is a four-door hatchback, unlike the Corvette, it is a sports car, and our list would not be complete without adding a vehicle from Honda. Take note that Honda doesn’t offer any Coupes in the USA at the moment.

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Coming in with an MSRP of $43,995, which is much less than the Corvette but only offering a 2L I-4 FWD (front-wheel-drive) engine, it does still hit a top speed of 169mph and has an acceleration of 0-60mph in 5.3 seconds.

The features for the Type R include everything you would expect, such as SiriusXM, heated mirrors, simulated suede seat trim, remote keyless entry, LCD monitor, air conditioning, and Honda’s own Satellite-linked navigation.

The fuel tank is relatively small when compared to the Corvette and other vehicles (only 12.4 gallons), but the efficiency is pretty outstanding, hitting 22MPG in the city and 28MPG on the highway. This sports car features the largest trunk volume so far;

  • Front head room – 39 inches
  • Front leg room – 42.3 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 55 inches
  • Trunk volume – 25.7 ft3

2021 Jaguar F-Type P300 2dr RWD Coupe

This is a red 2021 Jaguar F-Type P300 2dr RWD Coupe at a parking lot.

If you are a fan of Jaguar and many people are, then you should consider the F-Type. With a similar SMRP to that of the Corvette, getting your hands on one of these will set you back $61,600. Alas, it only comes with a 2L I-4 RWD engine supporting 296Hp and 295lb-ft. However, the top speed and acceleration don’t seem to match up. The top speed is 155mph, and you’ll get from 0-60 in only 5. Seconds. Only Jaguar will know how they got that right.

The features that come with the F-Type are everything you would expect from this luxury car manufacture. They include ABS, traction control, SiriusXM, air conditioning, heated mirrors, navigation, parking assist, lumbar support, suede cloth simulated trim, or leather seat trim.

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The fuel tank capacity is 16.6 gallons, and fuel efficiency is 23MPG in the city and 30MPG on the highway. The dimensions are as follows;

  • Front head room – 37 inches
  • Front leg room – 42.8 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 56 inches
  • Trunk volume – 14.4 ft3

2021 Lamborghini Huracan EVO Base 2dr RWD Spyder

This is a green 2021 Lamborghini Huracan EVO Base 2dr RWD Spyder on the road.

You might be wondering why Lamborghini is featuring so late (about time) in this list and why it never made it to the top 3. The reason is the MSRP which is almost five times greater than the Corvette. This rare beauty will cost you $229,428 starting.

Don’t run for the hills just yet. The OP (Over Powered) engine is a 5.2L V10 that rocks an astounding 610Hp and 413lb-ft. This means the acceleration for this vehicle will take you from 0-62mph In 3.1 seconds and has a top speed of 202mph. Surprisingly the Corvette’s acceleration is slightly better.

The Huracan provides all the regular features that a top-of-the-line sports car will have, like heated mirrors, seek-scan radio, leather seat trim, navigation, and parking assist.

As you would have guessed, this car only seats two passengers and has a luggage capacity of 3.5 ft3 which is barely anything.

Fuel tank capacity sits at 21.9 gallons, and due to this car’s monster engine, you will only get 13MPG in the city and 18MPG on the highway.

2021 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport 2dr Convertible

This is a blue 2021 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport 2dr Convertible at a parking lot.

Coming in with one of the lowest MSRPs in this list, the MX-5 starts at $26,830. That’s more than half the price of a Corvette. Having a low MSRP doesn’t necessarily mean anything wrong because this car has a top speed of 143mph and an acceleration of 0-60mph in 5.7 seconds.

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The speed and acceleration come from its minimal 2L I-4 RWD engine that only produces 181Hp and 151lb-ft. What more could you ask for?

The interior suffers a little bit because of the MSRP, but you do get ABS and driveline traction control, air conditioning, seek-scan radio, LCD monitor, a manual convertible top, and cloth seat trim.

The fuel tank is a minuscule 11.9 gallons, but the fuel efficiency is impressive, getting you 26MPG in the city and 34MPG on the highway. This car is a bit small, so be warned;

  • Front head room – 37 inches
  • Front leg room – 43.1 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 52 inches
  • Trunk volume – 4.6 ft3

2021 Mclaren 570S Base RWD Coupe

This is a gray 2021 Mclaren 570S Base RWD Coupe parked on the side of the road.

Another powerhouse, the 570, is a sight to behold. With an MSRP of $191,100, almost four times than the Corvette, it’s still lower than the Huracan. It boasts a 3.8L V8 RWD engine and produces 563HP and 443lb-ft. The top speed of this wild animal is 204mph, while its acceleration is 0-60mph in 3.1 seconds. It may seem that the Corvette appears to be king when it comes to acceleration.

Typical standard features and accessories include ABS, traction control, Sirius radio, heated mirrors, leather seat trim, navigation, and parking assist.

The fuel tank’s capacity is 19 gallons, and the efficiency is moderate, giving you 15MPG in the city and 22MPG on the highway. Interior dimensions for this car are not available, but we found out the luggage capacity, a meager 5.3 ft3.

If you want to burn a hole in your pocket and are looking for a car that sports one of the most famous racing names in all of history, then this is it.

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2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Base C 300 RWD Coupe

This is a gray 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Base C 300 RWD Coupe parked on the side of the road.

Coming in ten thousand dollars lower than the Corvette, the MSRP of this car is $47,200. At that price, it only offers a 2L I-4 RWD engine that delivers 255Hp and 273lb-ft. Surprisingly with this engine, the top speed is only 130mph, and the acceleration is a sluggish 0-60mph in 5.9 seconds.

However, one thing to note is that Mercedes make phenomenal cars, and our number one pick was the AMG. Not to mention Mercedes is synonymous with interior features and quality.

MB-Tex leatherette seat trim, driving lights, keyfob, LCD monitor, lumbar support, heated seats, airconditioning, ABS, and driveline traction control are some of the standard features you will get.

With a fule tank capacity of 17.4 gallons, you can expect 24MPG in the city and 33MPG on the highway, which is pretty reasonable. The dimensions for the C-Class are as follows;

  • Front head room – 39 inches
  • Front leg room – 42 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 55 inches
  • Trunk volume – 10.5 ft3

2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Base E 450 2dr RWD Coupe

This is a white 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Base E 450 2dr RWD Coupe parked.

A step up from the C-Class is the E-Class, and this car represents the Corvette a little closer. With an MSRP of $64,950, it has a 3L I-6 RWD. Its acceleration will have you hitting 62mph in only 5 seconds, and hitting the top speed means you are going to go 155mph (similar to many cars on our list). Under the hood, you have an engine that pushes 362Hp and 369lb-ft.

There are many features that come with the E-Class that include MBUX voice navigation, PARKTRONIC active parking assist, Leather seat trim, SiriusXM, sliding and tilting glass sunroof, ABS, and driveline traction control.

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The fuel tank capacity and dimensions are similar to the C-Class. 17.4 gallons is the fuel tank’s capacity, and you can expect to get 23MPG in the city and 31MPG on the highway.

  • Front head room – 41 inches
  • Front leg room – 41.8 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 56 inches
  • Trunk volume – 10.0 ft3

2020 Mercedes-Benz SL 550 Base 2dr Roadster

This is a red 2020 Mercedes-Benz SL 550 Base 2dr Roadster parked on the side of the road.

Sitting just under our number one pick but a little higher than what we have covered so far, the SL 550 comes in with an MSRP of $114,700. That’s almost double that of the Corvette. Electronically governed to 155mph, its acceleration is 0-60mph in 4.3 seconds.  The engine is a 4.7L V8 monster producing 449Hp and 516lb-ft.

Standard features on this Mercedes model include parking pilot parking assist, leather seat trim. Heated mirrors, keyfob, LCD monitor, lumbar support, navigation, and SiriusXM.

Fuel efficiency is moderate, and you can expect 17MPG in the city along with 25MPG on the highway. The fuel tank capacity is 19.8 gallons making it reasonable.

Interior dimensions for this car are somewhat small but remember it is a convertible;

  • Front head room – 39 inches
  • Front leg room – 42.9 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 56 inches
  • Trunk volume – 8.5 ft3

2021 Porsche 718 Spyder Base 2dr RWD Convertible

This is a white 2021 Porsche 718 Spyder Base 2dr RWD Convertible displayed at a car show.

Nothing says style, power, and performance like Porsche, with the 718 coming in at $97,300 MSRP. That’s almost double the Corvette. Seating two passengers, this convertible’s engine is a 4L H-6 with 414Hp and 309lb-ft. The 718 comes close to the Corvette’s top speed (187mph) and has an acceleration of 0-60mph in 4 seconds.

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You’ll find Alcantara simulated suede or leather trim on the seats, while other features include ABS, front air conditioning, SiriusXM, keyfob, heated mirrors, and parking assist.

The fuel tank’s capacity is 16.9 gallons, and the efficiency is moderate, coming in at 17MPG in the city and 23MPG on the highway.

Although we could not find the interior dimensions, the luggage capacity sits at 4.2 ft3, and it has a maximum cargo capacity of 9.4 ft3.

2021 Toyota Supra A91 Edition 3dr Coupe

This is a yellow 2021 Toyota Supra A91 Edition 3dr Coupe on display at a car show.

The last sports car on our list may have you wondering what’s going on. Toyota is typically synonymous with SUVs and pickup trucks. However, the Supra is one of our favorites. Its sleek futuristic design looks similar to the Corvette and has almost the same MSRP ($54,795).

The engine is a bit smaller, though, producing 382Hp and 368lb-ft, but that seems to take nothing away from its top speed, which is governed at 155mph, and its acceleration is 0-60mph in 3.9 seconds.

The interior comes with simulated suede or leather seat trim as well as heated seats, navigation, ABS, SiriusXM, LCD monitor, keyfob, and lumbar support.

13.7 gallons is all you’re going to get in the fuel tank, and that will give you 22MPG in the city, while hitting the highway will give you 30MPG. Lastly, the interior dimensions are relatively similar to the Corvette;

  • Front head room – 38 inches
  • Front leg room – 42.2 inches
  • Front shoulder room – 54 inches
  • Trunk volume – 10.2 ft3