There is nothing that speaks power, control and performance like sports cars. They have that aura of attraction that makes any person who glances to be glued and swept by it. Ferdinand Porsche a pioneer in the industry, may be didn’t foresee the depth and magnitude his innovations would take mankind.
Often subject to documentaries, and a mark of human achievements in vehicular transport, sport scars, year in year out remain a staple for any car enthusiast.
The traditional sports car as the name suggest was meant for sport. A creation of recreation, leisure and thrill of speed. Perhaps this is an indicator why they have traditionally maintained a two seater distinction. Have high liter capacity, engine performance, sleek design and acceleration, the average sports car is no stranger to speed.
Most of these cars are four wheel drives, with a rear wheel drive lay out. This has the effect of improved handling in negotiating corners, drifting and speed. It however lacks the normalized front engine front wheel drive lay outs evidenced in most cars.Speaking of seats, the interior of most of these cars often have comfortable seats, at times bucket and heavily padded for comfort at top speeds. This luxury often comes at a heavy premium. The sports car market is often high ended, often a preserve of the rich, and who is who in the society. If the social media posts are anything to by, it’s a mark of fiscal zenith to own one,The masonry often exhibited in the exterior of such cars is unrivaled. The workmanship is often skewed to almost perfectionist. Ensuring that the car is both appealing aesthetically while still maintaining its performance is no mean task. The manufacturer has to take into account the emerging trends, color schemes, materials amongst other features.
Owing to the need of speed most of these cars often are made with light material to ensure, that they can achieve top speed faster than their normal counterparts. Equally of note is the need to ensure the design of the car takes into account being aerodynamic to ensure less resistance or if any its subsequent channel into improving the performance of the car.
However even among the special there are the special, they can be further categorized based on pricing, performance, performance other vehicular features. The general agreed categories, include, the high end hyper cars, exotic super cars (often European or independently produced) and premium. These often depend on origin of car, price, performance and availability to the general public.