2021 Kia Stinger
It’s surprising that Kia went it with their sportscar idea. Just looking at the German competitors and one would think that Kia lost all the courage. Surprisingly, The Stinger actually put up quite a fight in terms of performance, even if it was low in sales.
But the company’s design boss promised that there would be major changes – all in the hopes of generating higher sales. A camouflaged version of the Stinger was already seen roaming the streets around April this year. The actual release is expected sometime at the end of 2020. The 2021 Kia Stinger puts a pretty face to well-balanced ride and handling. The Kia Stinger is a five-seat, five-door hatchback that’s intended as a near-luxury rival to cars like the BMW 5-Series and Mercedes E-Class, though it’s much less expensive.
2021 volkswagen jetta gli
The 2021 Toyota Supra gains a less powerful, more intriguing turbo-4 edition.
After the Jetta’s redesign from 2019 to 2020, it gives us very little to expect since the makers almost had nothing new to add. The 2021 update is highly suspected to be a carryover of the entire lineup in the previous years. The current design features a thin dash and an LCD gauge cluster. It also carries a premium interior look despite the unappealing exterior design. There hasn’t been any news yet as to the specific release of the latest VW Jetta GLI but CarsDirect says that it’s bound to be at the end of 2020. The Jetta is sharply styled, crisp, but conservative, too. It’s not thrilling, but our styling score of 4 reflects an interior that lacks a pulse.
2021 Toyota Supra
The 2021 Toyota Supra gains a less powerful, more intriguing turbo-4 edition.
The current Toyota Supra was a fine vehicle in itself. It’s a lot of fun to drive and gives the occupants a feeling of adventure and luxury at the same time. So it’s a surprise that Toyota even had an update for it.
But for its 2021 version, Supra is expected to be available in eight dashing color choices. Two of these colors – namely Refraction, a blue and black bi-tone, and Nocturnal, a pitch-black hue – will only be offered in 500 units each. It also had other changes as Matt Farah tested. Automobilemag says it could cost an estimated amount of $40,000 upon release. Toyota sells the 2021 Supra in 2.0, 3.0, 3.0 Premium, and A91 versions. The 2.0 has a turbo-4 engine with 255 horsepower, while 3.0 editions score a 382-hp turbo-6. With rear-wheel drive and an 8-speed automatic, the slower Supra still shoots to 60 mph in 5.0 seconds and to a top speed of 155 mph; the 3.0 hits the 60-mph mark in 3.9 seconds.
2021 Toyota 86
10 years into the production life of the Toyota 86 and it remains to be one of the most consumer-friendly sports cars in the industry. It was in September last 2019 when the update for the Toyota 86 was first confirmed.
Though it won’t be receiving too many tweaks, buyers can expect a higher torque of roughly 156 lbs-ft. The first peak at the 2021 Toyota 86 was first expected to be this fall, however, the launch is now expected to be sometime in March 2021.
2021 Nissan 400Z
In 1969, Nissan introduced its first Z sports car, and it’s been rewriting the rules of sports cars ever since. While Nissan has kept most of the details regarding the all-new 2021 Nissan 400z under wraps, we do have a few details to share. We know that it will come with a twin-turbo V-6 and a six-speed manual transmission. The 400Z is just one of many cars that Nissan offers from its old lineup. And though it’s one of the less common choices for a sports car, this lineup is actually as competitive as it gets. For the update, the 400Z is rumored to get its engine from the Infiniti Q60. That means it will be running on a twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine.
As far as rumors get, this Nissan will continue to have the same seven-speed transmission though the chance of a six-speed AT is also out there.
2021 Mazda Miata
Stripped to its lightweight essentials, the 2021 Mazda MX-5 Miata makes driving fun.
Mazda Miatas come with a dramatic look that no other sportscar can compete with – maybe it’s the curves at the front? maybe it’s the rims? We don’t really know. But whatever it is, it undoubtedly makes the Miata one of the best Mazda road cars ever. The Miata is a two-seat convertible available with a soft top or power hard top. The world’s bestselling roadster competes with the mechanically identical Fiat 124 Spider and the aspirational BMW Z4.
Although there is no solid date as to its release, it may very well be expected sometime around early 2021. That is if the previous release dates are taken into consideration. Pricing is also unknown but is expected to range from $28,000 to $35,000.
2021 Dodge Challenger
There’s no car enthusiast in the world who wouldn’t get nostalgic when it comes to one of the best Dodge performance cars, the Challenger. The 2021 Dodge Challenger It comes with a 303-horsepower V6 engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission, and rear-wheel drive; all-wheel drive is optional for $3,000.
While Edmunds says there isn’t much of a leap for the Challenger’s 2021 version, we can expect that this magnificent piece of machinery has a variety of engines to offer. The interior remains comfy, spacious, and stylish. It’s also practical even though it remains competitive in terms of horsepower. According to Edmunds, they estimate the latest Dodge Challenger’s price to be somewhere between $28,000 to $77,000.
2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
Dollar for dollar, the $59,995 2021 Chevrolet Corvette is the best performance value around.
GM has already broke news about the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray update. But now, they’ve finally released the juicy details we have all been longing to hear.
For the color choices, Silver Flare and Red Mist Tintcoat are expected to replace Blade Silver and Long Beach Red Metallic Tintcoat. There are also new stripe options available in full-length racing and stinger variants. When it comes to performance upgrades, nothing big can be expected from this year’s model. According to Motortrend, neither the coupe nor the convertible version will get a price hike. The 2021 Chevy Corvette is a mid-engine sports car, available as a coupe or convertible. ‘Vette-heads would say it compares to nothing else, with its V-8 heartbeat, a 0-60 mph time under 3.0 seconds, and a starting price under $60,000.
2021 Chevrolet Camaro
Wrapped in a cool pony car body, the 2021 Chevy Camaro has sports car moves.
As if the Chevrolet Camaro wasn’t awesome enough, the makers decided to keep their units updated with their customers’ changing needs. The in-car Apple Carplay and Auto Android are now completely wireless. The color palettes are also tweaked for much bolder choices. The 2021 Chevrolet Camaro is a performance coupe and convertible that has moved beyond its pony-car roots to compete with European sports cars. Rivals include the Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger, BMW 4-Series, and Nissan 370Z.
The transmission also received a few changes which can be seen in the Camaro’s SS 1LE model. From a good six-speed manual transmission, it now comes with a 10-speed automatic one. There hasn’t been any confirmed news yet when it comes to pricing.
2021 Fiat 124 Spider
Fiat cars have never been anyone’s favorite car brand. But their 2021 sportscar may have just taken a step closer to the hearts of sportscar lovers. The 124 Spider bears the original Italian charm that every car enthusiast can easily detect and it even comes in a drop-top form that excites the eye.
Though it may carry Mazda Miata-X’s underpinning, it does have a few pieces of equipment of its own. This includes its very own suspension tuning, engine, and transmission. This is also one of the most affordable yet thrilling sportscars. According to Fiat, their 2021 sportscar will sell for an MSRP of $28,195.