Since sports cars are among the most costly automobiles, only a select few can afford to own one. It comes in a wide range of forms, sizes, colors, and prices.

The first of these automobiles appeared in Europe. Cars like these first appeared in the early 1900s.

However, in the twenty-first century, numerous sports car production facilities have opened in various locations around the globe.

The primary goals in the development of sports cars were rapid acceleration and low fuel consumption.

Since the design and engineering concepts used to produce sports cars were adapted from racing cars, the latter provided the inspiration for the former’s moniker.

Top 12 Sports Cars In Pakistan

There are a wide variety of beautiful sports cars available today. All three are tremendously awesome and have the potential to put the biggest grin on your face.

Thus, I have compiled a list of the top sports cars for your perusal.

So let’s learn all about it in detail…

Honda CR-Z

Honda CR-Z

The Honda CR-Z debuted in Tokyo in 2007 as a plug-in hybrid sports car. The term “sport hybrid coupe” is also used to describe it. The acronym means “Compact Renaissance 0.

It combines hybrid gasoline-electric powertrain technology with sporty touches like 2+2 seating. Only a handful of dealerships in Pakistan stock this high-performance automobile.

The Honda CR-Z is a stylish and contemporary vehicle. Both the front and back doors are stylish, and the bumper and grille up front are as well.

It has excellent gas mileage. Aspects of the exterior include.

  • The front grille and the 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels
  • Intelligent LED brake lights
  • Lighting-emitting diode (LED) daytime running lights

But since it’s a sports car, the interior features unique instruments, cutting-edge entertainment options, and luxurious seats compared to the average vehicle. Some of the interior highlights.

  • The ability to initiate movement with the press of a button
  • Monitoring equipment for the lanes
  • Automatic parking garages
  • Armrest

Daihatsu Copen

Daihatsu Copen

The original Daihatsu Copen was powered by a 660cc turbo engine to meet the requirements for a Kei vehicle in Japan.

However, the Copen was discontinued in many international markets in 2007 due to the engine’s inability to meet ecological emissions requirements and was replaced by a more efficient 1.3 L non-turbo engine.

The original Nissan Figaro and the actual Audi TT Roadster served as inspirations for Copen’s design.

The second-generation Daihatsu Copen hit the market that same year. The 660cc turbocharged engine powers the front wheels of this vehicle.

Copen comes in three different flavors cero, Robe, and X-Play. The convertible top and thrifty engine are major selling points for this vehicle.

This peppy little sports car is perfect for the city thanks to its well-proportioned body.

Nissan GTR

Nissan GTR

The Nissan GTR, also known as Godzilla or the R35, is a 2-door, 4-seater coupe. It’s very similar to the Nissan Skyline GT-R, other than the name. It’s the next generation of Nissan’s legendary Skyline GT-R.

The heart of this Nissan is a V6 3.8L twin-turbocharged engine mated to a 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

The already exotic Nissan GTR received a makeover in 2017 that increased its output to 565 horsepower and 633 Newton-meters of torque.

As of the 2019 model year, Nissan has optimized the transmission to achieve a gear lag of just 0.15 seconds. This sports car is versatile enough to accommodate any upgrade.

Honda Civic

Honda Civic

Since its debut in 1972, Honda has manufactured a variety of cars under the Civic nameplate. On July 11, 1972, Honda first presented the Civic to the public.

In June of 1979, Honda unveiled the second generation of the Civic. In September 1983, the third generation debuted for the 1984 model year.

The prototype of the eleventh-generation Civic car was introduced on November 17, 2020. The first official image of it appeared on April 14, 2021.

On April 28, 2021, it was officially unveiled, and on June 16, 2021, the 2022 edition was released in the United States.

The Honda Civic EXi is a reliable vehicle that will impress you with its high-tech features and comfortable ride AM/FM radio.

Air conditioning, automotive keys, electric locks, electric mirrors, power brakes, power steering, and more.

Mazda RX-8

Mazda RX-8

It’s a Japanese coupe with four doors, and it’s called a Mazda RX8. It’s common knowledge among drag racers and speed freaks that this vehicle rocks.

RX8 is Mazda’s next-generation sports car, which follows in the footsteps of the RX7. Like the rest of Mazda’s RX lineup, this rear driver is powered by a rotary engine.

Throughout Pakistan, you might come across these in the “posh colonies,”, especially on Sundays. While its exterior profile suggests otherwise, this coupe accommodates four passengers.

The back seats, however, aren’t very useful. Mazda’s coupe design does not feature a B-pillar. However, the RX8’s body is reinforced by structural elements to increase rigidity.

Many changes were made to the engine by Mazda over time. This car’s power and acceleration are remarkable for its relatively small 1.3-liter engine.

The Mazda RX8’s power ranges from 189 to 238 hp, depending on whether or not it has a single or a double rotor.

It can be mated to a 5-speed manual, 6-speed manual, 4-speed automatic, or 6-speed automatic gearbox.

The initial sales of this car were slow because of its high price. But as supply outstripped demand, the price dropped to an all-time low, making it a hot commodity among collectors in Pakistan and beyond.

Depending on its condition, this vehicle could cost anywhere from Rs. 2 to 3 million.

Toyota Supra

Toyota Supra

In rolls the supreme Toyota Supra. There are few vehicles better suited to aftermarket parts and performance tuning than the Supra.

Even though Toyota has released the 5th generation Supra, the MK4 Supra from the previous generation remains the most popular.

The base model of the Supra was equipped with a 3.0L 2JZ engine, which produced anywhere from 220 to 276 horsepower, depending on the car’s turbo and engine settings.

Additionally, the vehicle’s torque can be adjusted from 284 Nm to 451 Nm. Due to the large turbo and superchargers that can be installed on this engine, dyno-tuned Supras with over 1000 hp is common.

In Pakistan, this vehicle has quickly become a fan favorite among racing communities. Shoaib Malik, a world-class cricketer, is also a proud owner of a Toyota Supra.

Toyota GT-86

Toyota GT-86

Indus Auto Company has been manufacturing Toyota cars in Pakistan for quite some time now, and theirs were the first fast cars available to the public.

Only a small number of the Toyota GT-86, also known as the Scion FR-S and the Subaru BRZ, have made it to Pakistan.

Due to the high number of customs duties imposed on vehicles with larger engines, this one’s going to cost a pretty penny.

There will be a rise in sales once IMC begins making this car in the United States at a price that is competitive with the global market.

The starting price of this car in the US is just $29,990, which is roughly PKR 32 lacs. You can get your hands on this affordable rear-wheel-drive vehicle with a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated engine that pumps out 197 horsepower.

Chevrolet Camaro

Chevrolet Camaro

The standard Chevrolet Camaro comes equipped with a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged engine that generates 275 horsepower and 296 pound-feet of torque.

The US price of a Chevrolet Camaro with a turbocharger is $28,900, which is roughly equal to 31 million Pakistani rupees. This sporty car can be purchased in a rear-wheel-drive configuration.

To sum up, the best sports cars of all time are no longer being manufactured because everyone these days wants to drive one.

Fast acceleration, in addition to the luxurious interior and eye-catching exterior, is what draws most people to sports cars.

Only true sports car fans will buy these vehicles in the future, so the article discusses some of the currently popular vehicles so you can get one for yourself if you are a fan of sports cars.

We hope that you will take the time to research these sports cars in Pakistan that are within your price range without going into debt after seeing our shortlist.

Nissan Skyline R34

Nissan Skyline R34

A Nissan Skyline GTR r34 is a well-known car, so that’s not a surprise. Each legendary figure is accompanied by an influential elder and contemporary who together form the bedrock upon which future progress is built.

Nissan GTR also known as Godzilla was preceded by the Skyline. The R34 skyline is an heir to the R32 tradition.

The fourth generation of the Nissan Skyline R34 ended production in 2022, and the car did not see the fifth generation until 2032.

The Skyline R34 featured a 5.8-inch LCD that showed real-time data on the vehicle’s engine and performance.

It came with either a 2.6-liter or 2.8-liter engine. Each had a 330hp engine with twin turbochargers powering the wheels.

Many shops in Pakistan specialize in tuning and customizing Nissan Skylines and Nissan Skyline R34s. Prices are higher, with a reliable Skyline fetching upwards of Rs.6-7 million.

Porsche 911

Porsche 911

The Porsche 911 is an expensive but high-performing sports car.

It has a huge, opulent interior. It has a high-quality dashboard, spacious door bins, and a roomy glove box in addition to a 10.9-inch landscape advanced touch screen.

The seats are low, but there is plenty of room for your body, including your head and legs. The front seats are padded, it has a roomy cabin, and the steering wheel can be used for multiple purposes.

Its dynamic lighting system, which includes automatic high beams and headlights, contributes significantly to its striking and remarkable exterior design.

Because of the location of the engine in the back, there isn’t much room for luggage or other items.

Porshe Taycan

Porshe Taycan

Porsche spawned the Porsche Taycan in 2019 as its first electric production series car. Porsche Tycan sales are 7.4% of Porsche’s total sales for the year 2020, and that’s impressive.

Porsche uses a 79.2 kWh or 93.4 kWh liquid-cooled battery to power two electric motors placed on the front and rear axles.

Taycan is offered in various variants, yet we only see Taycan 4s as the most common sports EV in Pakistan.

The Taycan 4s does 0-60 in 3.8 seconds, and it only takes 4 seconds to do 0-100 km/h. Porsche has used aluminum as a prime material for its build.

37% of the weight of this car is based on aluminum metal.

Porsche Taycan costs around Rs.40 million to Rs.52 million depending upon the model, range, and interior of the car.

Mercedes Benz SLK

Mercedes Benz SLK

In the realm of sports cars, the Mercedes Benz SLK is a household name. In the same way that it is accessible in Pakistan. The vehicle was built with Pakistan’s roads in mind.

Its exterior is eye-catching, and its interior is cutting-edge; together, these seat a total of four people. There is plenty of room for bags.

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