A sports car is a car designed with stress on dynamic performance, like handling, acceleration, top speed, or the joys of driving. Sports cars originated in Europe within the early 1900s and are currently produced by many manufacturers around the world.
Definitions of sports cars often relate to how the car design is optimized for dynamic performance, with none specific minimum requirements; both a Triumph Spitfire and Ferrari 488 Pista will be considered sports cars, despite vastly different levels of performance. Broader definitions of sports cars include cars “in which performance takes precedence over carrying capacity”, or that emphasize the “thrill of driving” or are marketed “using the joy of speed and therefore the glamour of the (race)track” However, people have more specific definitions, like “must be a two-seater or a 2+2 seater” or a car with two seats only.
There is no fixed distinction between sports cars and other categories of performance cars, like muscle cars and grand tourers, with some cars being members of several categories.
Some of the examples for Pickup are Nissan GT-R, Acura NSX, Toyota 86, Subaru BRZ, Subaru WRX STI, Nissan 370Z, Toyota Supra, Mazda MX-5, Lexus RC F, Honda Civic Type R, Infiniti Q60 Red Sport 400, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution and lots of more.
What are the features of a sports car?
A sports car can be described as a car whose dominant design consideration is driving performance. A sports car’s main emphasis is on performance by superior road holding, braking, maneuverability, low weight and power rather than comfort, passenger space, and economy.
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