If you want super fast without super-expensive, the most powerful cars under $200,000 can help you get exactly where you want to be. In a hurry.
Back in the day a true muscle car didn't cost an arm and a leg. That's not the case today, but you can still find affordable muscle cars from this century.
The previous version was a travesty without a manual transmission option. But the German automaker offers a generous apology with the 2018 Porsche 911 GT3.
Yes, it looks like a Porsche 911, but the 2017 Ruf CTR is a tribute to high-flying 1987 Yellow Bird and it can hit over a soaring 220 mph.
The new Aston Martin Vanquish S is the curtain call for the model, and with a true-blue V-12 and 600 hp, it's an amazing send off.
The Lexus RC has a mean, sporty exterior, and lots of different versions, but in the end it may be a big bag of missed opportunities.
We all knew the Camaro ZL1 was fast, but Chevrolet just revealed that the beast could exceed 200 mph in some track conditions. So there's that.
FCA North America wants the public waiting with baited breath for the release of the Dodge Demon. Until April, we'll have to get little snippets.
The 2017 Ford GT produces 647 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque, and pushes a top speed at 216 mph. Ready to pick your jaw up off the floor?
The McLaren 570S was a already a monster on the track, but the McLaren 570S Track Pack takes racing to entirely different level.
Unless your description of a supercar includes a super expensive price tag, the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat will meet the criteria.