Top 5 German Sport Cars

5. At the fifth spot on this list is the Mercedes-Benz SL. The Mercedes-Benz SL has a long and storied history, and the latest generation delivers a remarkably refined drive. That refined ride evaporates when you punch the gas in the 577-horsepower AMG SL63 model and feel like you’re strapped onto an earthbound rocket. At its heart, the SL is a luxurious cruiser that eats up mile after mile of road.The standard engine is a stout 362-horsepower twin-turbo V6 that’s more than enough motor for most people. One step higher is the SL550, which comes powered by a twin-turbo V8 that delivers 449 horsepower to the rear wheels. Last and certainly not least is the fire-breathing AMG model, which thunders its way from zero to 60 mph in around 4.0 seconds. This is a great overall all car that has sportiness, luxuriousness, and class.

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4. At the fourth spot on this list is the BMW 8 series . Your choices are a little more limited when considering the 2019 BMW 8 series , though that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Unlike every other vehicle in this list, the 8 Series is presently offered with only one engine, though buyers have a choice of getting the M850i xDrive as a coupe or convertible. The 8 Series’ twin-turbocharged V8 delivers 523 horsepower to standard all-wheel drive.Large and physically imposing, the 8 Series has the dramatic lines of a concept car that reached production without compromise. The smoothly controlled ride and handling, not to mention the car’s prodigious tech features, make the 8 Series a sports car that impresses on all levels.Image result for bmw 8 series 2019

3. At the third spot on this list is the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT. The Mercedes- AMG Gt coupe and convertible are available in several combinations, and each one delivers head-turning looks and thrilling performance. The starting point for the GT is a 469-horsepower version of the car’s twin-turbo V8. The wildest ride is provided at the top-end of the range, in the form of the GT R model. This features a 577-horsepower twin-turbo V8, track-tuned suspension, and large fixed rear spoiler. Top speed of the GT R is just shy of 200 mph.

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2. At the second spot on this list is the Porsche 911. The Porsche 911 is one of the most well-known and respected sports cars of all time. Since the 1960s, this rear-engine German coupe has been capturing the hearts of driving enthusiasts around the world. The latest model provides a thorough round of improvements to this already winning formula.The standard engine in the Carrera and all-wheel-drive Carrera 4 is a twin-turbo six-cylinder. Yet, the sky is the limit when it comes to transforming the 911 into one of the world’s fastest sports cars. At the upper reaches are the Turbo and Turbo S, which deliver a grand total 550 or 580 horsepower, respectively. The king of the lineup is the rear-wheel drive GT2 RS, which has 690 horsepower and accelerates from zero to 60 mph in only 2.7 seconds.

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  1. At the first spot on this list is the Audi R8. The cost of entry is high, but so are the performance limits of the Audi R8 coupe and convertible. This midengine sports car is devastatingly quick, thanks to a twin-turbocharged V10 engine that pushes out 532 horsepower in the standard R8 coupe and convertible. This is enough to propel the R8 from zero to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds, and onward to a top speed of 199 mph.

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