20 Secrets About Upcoming Sports Cars We Aren’t Supposed To Know

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Looking back, 2019 was a great year for sports cars. Some great and memorable cars such as the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, Toyota Supra, Ferrari 488 Pista, Aston Martin DBS Superlegerra, and the McLaren 600LT were released. There were also some underwhelming vehicles that came out as well but for the most part it was a good year for the automobile industry.

In 2020, the cars that are coming out will be even better than last year’s. They will be faster, lighter and more powerful than ever. They will also be a little weirder with some unusual features. Features ranging from cars making fake engine sounds to sounding more aggressive to the ignition being in the wrong place.

Sports Cars are what every car enthusiast dreams of having but there are some things that just don’t make sense. These strange features won’t stop someone from buying these cars but it will raise some questions.

20. Chevy Corvette C8: Stealth Mode

The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray took the car world by storm once its stunning new design was revealed. It has the looks and performance of a supercar for a fraction of the price. It also comes equipped with a stealth mode to quiet the exhausts and ride in silence.

19. Bugatti Chiron Super Sport: Top Speed Surpasses Its Speedometer

Bugatti has outdone themselves once again with the Chiron Super Sport. A non-production model of the car was able to reach a top speed of 304 mph, which is the fastest speed a street car has ever reached. The speedometer stops at 300 but the car is so fast it doesn’t know how fast it’s going.

18. Porshce Taycan Turbo S: Fake Electronic Car Sounds

Porshce has a serious competitor to Tesla with their brand new electric vehicle the Taycan. The Turbo S model is the sports version of the Taycan, even though it is fast there is a bit of deception. There is a $500 option to turn on fake electric car sounds that will play as you accelerate.

17. BMW M760i: Exercise Mode

The 7 Series is the flagship car of BMW. The M models are the high performance versions and the M760i mixes luxury and performance perfectly. It also blends in exercise into the mix. There is an option to activate the BMW Vitality Package that will massage the drivers back and keep their muscles loose on long drives.

16. McLaren GT: Most Storage Space For A Supercar

McLaren only makes high performance vehicles so storage space was never a concern for their cars, until now. The brand new McLaren GT is meant to be a more practical vehicle with ample storage space and serve more as a daily driver. According to Motor 1, the engine has been lowered in order to create more storage space.

15. Aston Martin Valhalla: Seats Are On The Floor

Every single thing about the Aston Martin Valhalla is unique. It looks futuristic, it’s extremely fast and the seats are on the floor. The driver will sit in a seat at the base of the car with their legs straight in front of them. The car tries to imitate its F1 cars as closely as possible.

14. Ferrari SF90 Stradale: Sold Out A Year Before Its Release

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the Italian supercar brand’s newest hypercar. It has a price tag of $600,000. Anyone with money and interest in this car is out of luck because the car is already sold out even though the vehicle is months away from being released.

13. Lamborghini Sian: Amazing Gas Mileage

Lamorghini is a brand that established itself by making cars fast, loud, and impractical. Like most high performance vehicles, they sacrifice gas mileage for power and performance. The brand new Lamborghini Sian has a V12 hybrid engine that will get 62 mpg, according to Car Buzz.

12. Porsche 911 Carrera 992: Removable Cup Holders

Cup holders are one of the most important features every car needs to have. Some sports cars only have one or have none at all. The brand new Porsche 911 Carrera 992 has cup holders that can be removed and replaced with a regular opening for storing objects.

11. Ferrari F8 Tributo: Passenger Side Screen

Ferrari doesn’t create center screens in most of their vehicles because they don’t want the driver to take their eyes off the road. In the Ferrari F8 Tributo, there is a small screen on the passenger side for passengers to look at. It shows speed, torque, and other performance related metrics.

10. Mustang GT500 Carbon Fiber Track Package: Removes Back Seats

The Ford Mustang is the face of the Ford Motor Company and its always been a 4 seat muscle car. They are primarily known for their straight line speed but the 2020 Mustang Shelby Carbon Fiber Package removes the backseats in order to save more weight to perform better on the track.

9. Dodge Challenger Hellcat ACR: First Track Focused Hellcat

The Dodge Challenger Hellcat is a car that is well known for a lot of power and accelerates very quickly. They are also heavy and not great performers around the racetrack due to the car being well over 4,000 pounds. Dodge plans to release the Hellcat ACR in honor of the company’s 50th birthday and it will be lighter and more track oriented.

8. Lamborghini Huracan RWD: Lighter And Cheaper Than Regular Evo

Last year, Lamborghini replaced the Huracan with the new and improved Huracan Evo. They are now coming out with a rear wheel drive Evo that will be released later in 2020. It is 72 pounds lighter and also $50,000 cheaper than the regular Evo according to roadandtrack.com.

7. Pagani Huayra Imola: No Storage Space

The Pagani Huayra is one of the rarest and most unique cars ever created. They are made in very small quantities so seeing one on the road is extremely difficult. Their newest model, the Huayra Imola, will cost $3 million and has no storage space. If you can’t fit everything in the passenger side, you may need to use another car.

6. McLaren 620R: A Race Car Converted To Be Street Legal

There are a lot of vehicles that are labeled as race cars for the road because they are very fast and can compete with actual race cars. The McLaren 620R is an actual race car that has been converted to be street legal. The production will be limited to only 350 models.

5. Tesla Roadster: Performance Numbers Not Officially Released

Teslas have blazing acceleration speeds but the Tesla Roadster may shatter the Porsche 918’s 0-60 record, which is currently at 2.2 seconds. The Roadster doesn’t have any official performance numbers just yet but it’s expected to have a top speed of 250 MPH and reach 0-60 mph in under 2 seconds. We can only wait and see what numbers it will actually reach.

4. McLaren Senna GTR: Ignition On The Roof

Most cars have features that make sense and there are some that don’t. Every single car known to man has the ignition in front of the driver but for some reason the McLaren Senna GTR has its ignition on the roof of the car. There is also a button to lock the doors, turn on the fan, and enter race mode on the roof.

3. McLaren Speedtail: 3 Front Seats And No Side View Mirrors

When the McLaren F1 was first released way back in 1992, it was equipped with three front seats and the driver was seated in the center. The brand new Speedtail is paying homage to the original McLaren by only having 3 seats. The car also has side view cameras instead of mirrors.

2. Lamborghini Sterrato: The Fact That It Exists

When thinking about a good car for off-roading, a car such as a big SUV comes to mind. For some odd reason, Lamborghini is releasing the Huracan Sterrato, which is a super car meant for rough terrains – the exact opposite of every other car Lamborghini has made.

1. Koenigsegg Jesko: Top Speed Still

The Koenigsegg Agera RS currently holds the official top speed record at 277 mph. Even though it’s unofficial, the 1,500 horsepower Bugatti Chiron Super Sport has a top speed of 304 mph. The Koenigsegg Jesko has 1,600 horsepower and an unknown top speed. This may be the fastest street car ever created and the world is waiting for Koenigsegg to test their new vehicle.

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