Sports cars have come a long way from being just raw performance machines to luxury vehicles that offer comfort, style, and practicality. In this article, we take a look at the best luxury sports cars available in 2023, offering a perfect blend of speed, comfort, and usability.
2023 Audi R8 – The King of Usable Supercars
Heading the list is the 2023 Audi R8, the perfect one-car solution that combines a spectacular 5.2-liter V-10 engine, spacious cabin, real storage space, and Audi’s signature Quattro AWD. The R8 has been the king of usable supercars since its debut in 2007 and continues to deliver on its promise of speed and comfort.
2023 Porsche 911 Turbo / Turbo S – A Level Above the Rest
The Porsche 911 Turbo is a level above the rest, delivering mind-blowing performance without sacrificing any of the day-to-day usability of the standard car. It’s important to note that any version of the Porsche 911 is worthy of being on this list, save for the hardcore, track-ready GT models.
2023 Mercedes-AMG SL – The Perfect Balance
AMG-ified versions of the Mercedes SL roadster have long been able to balance the fine line between luxury cruiser and canyon-carving missile, and the 2023 model is no different. The newest SL produces impressive pace alongside creature comforts you’d expect from a new S-Class.
Price: $140,000 (est.)
2023 Lexus LC500 – Beauty and Brute
The LC500 leans more towards luxury than sportiness, but with drop-dead gorgeous looks, a naturally aspirated V-8 engine, and a pleasant chassis setup, it doesn’t feel out of place on a twisty piece of road.
2023 Jaguar F-Type – An Old Favorite
The F-Type may be a bit old, but it still deserves a spot on this list, thanks to its ridiculous sound, comfort, and easy-to-live-with nature, especially in coupe form, where you get a useful hatchback trunk.
2023 BMW M8 – The Ultimate Luxury Coupe
The 8-Series is BMW’s flagship luxury coupe, capable of cross-country drives in supreme comfort and class. The hotted-up M8 does all of that too, and adds a giant helping of performance thanks to a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 making 617 hp.
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2023 BMW Z4 – The 3-Series Without Rear Seats
The great thing about the Z4 is that it’s basically a 3-series inside, minus the rear seats. You get all the same amenities packaged into a lighter, more nimble package, plus a convertible top. The only downside is that there’s no manual available.
2023 Toyota GR Supra – A “Toyota” with a BMW Interior
Don’t be fooled by the Toyota badge—the Supra shares a vast majority of its construction with the BMW Z4, as they’re built in the same factory.