Pick Or Pass On These Sports Cars And We'll Reveal The Next One To Get

Ever wonder what kind of supercar would match up the best? We've all had fantasies of things we'd buy if we had money to burn. A big house, lots of travelling, a nice car. But if someone decided what kind of house they want, and which countries to travel to, all that's left is to figure out what kind of luxury car they would prefer? The kind that roars across the tarmac, or the kind that glides across, carrying a small army?

Pick or pass between the following cars, going from manufacturers that everyone knows, such as Ferrari, to those that boast extreme luxury and product like Mercedes, Lamborghini, Mazda and so much more. Pass on those that don't have the right look. Once we get the results, our future fantasy will finally be complete. The beach house, the big home, the awesome gadgets, clothes, and all the other merch we wished to get, and the cherry on top, our very own supercar. With this complete set, we're free to continue our fantasies of wealth to whatever measure we want, and hey, since it's our own head, why stop at just one?

It only makes sense to have a dozen when it's just right.

1Acura NSX

Described as the next generation supercar, the Acura NSX has become a universally acclaimed vehicle of luxury and ease. It is a next-gen model that makes you feel not as if you're driving a simple car, but as a whole, gives you an experience of luxury and extravagance. Would you accept it or give it a pass?

2Fiat 124 Spider

This convertible sports car is a roadster that's come back with more power, and better effeciency than ever before. It has a class-exclusive engine, it purrs like a kitten and pays homage to its Italian heritage of racing. The car was originally introduced back in 1966. Would you give it a pick or a pass?

3Porsche 911

The name Porche carries with it a promise that it will be one of the better luxury cars you could ever hope to feast your eyes on. They take great care in making sure that the vehicle checks all of their extravagant requirements, and still can burn rubber like nothing else.

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4Audi R8

Created in the world of motorsport, the Audi R8 has undergone intense scrutiny and testing in a vicious laboratory. The roots of this vehicle are in the GT3 racing, and you can feel the power behind the wheel as soon as you turn the engine on. It is as fast as it is luxurious.

5Ford Mustang

The Mustang is one of the most iconic vehicles ever created by Ford. While initially a two-seater, models came forward that were the more affordable four-seaters, and have become the face of muscle cars for the middle-class. It is currently in its sixth generation and each incarnation far outclasses its predecessor.

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6Porsche Cayman-Boxster

Two seater sports cars that are similar enough to be called twins are one of the centerpieces of what makes Porsche so popular. They have a classical style that one immediately associates with the multi-billion dollar company that spans across numerous continents and countries. Would you give them a pass or would you pick them?

7Porsche 911 Carrera GTS

The GTS models have an astonishing RPM that goes from 2,150 to 5,000. One of the biggest achievements of the 911 Carrera is its incredible acceleration, boasting a top speed of 310km/h with an impressive 0 to 100km in a 3.7-second sprint. With stats like that, it's hard not to pick it.

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8BMW Z4

The German manufacturer BMW released a series of roadsters they called Z which stood for zukunft. That's the German word for "future". As you can imagine, with a title like that, the roadsters boast an incredible amount of horsepower, and as a two-seater, it's a super luxury car that demolishes every goal the company sets upon it.

9Nissan GT-R

Initially unveiled back in 2007, the Nissan GT-R is a magnificent piece of hardware. It was a successor to the Nissan Skyline GT-R, and while not a part of the Skyline series, it is in a league of its very own. Its engine is a 3.8 L VR38DETT twin-turbo V6 and for laymen, that means that it goes really, really fast.

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10Jaguar F-Type

The Jaguar F-Type is similar to its XK convertible counterpart, but a lot more compact. Made by the British car manufacturer, Jaguar, it is a sports car that was the successor of it's previous, famous E-Type. It was first unveiled back in 2013, but more recent models have become better and better.

11BMW M235i

A version of the 2 Series, the BMW M235i is a race-track car that was developed by BMW's Motorsport division. It was in the BMW M235i Racing Cup and is sold to teams in other championships. It brags a 333 horsepower engine, and since it was a racecar that was aimed at amateur racers, comes with other small gimmicks as well.

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122012 Mercedes-Benz SLK350

While not an elemental sports car like its competitors, the 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLK350 serves to be a more exotic, comfortable version. At first glance, it seems like a copy of the SL series, but the truth is quite different. It lacks brute force, and focuses more on an easy and comfortable ride.

13Dodge Viper GTS

The Dodge Viper is a popular car and it has seen many iterations in numerous popular racing games, especially those that came under the Need For Speed franchise. It was an excellent car virtually, and it's even more phenomenal in real life, boasting a powerful engine, a low hood, and a roadster body.

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14BMW M4 Competition Pack

A significant upgrade over its M3 and M4 counterparts, the BMW M4 Competition Pack is a reworked M4 that has better speed, handling, comfort, but at a higher price range also. It has an immense following, and extremely high ratings as one of the better cars of modern day. Would you pick or pass?

15Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe

The Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe isn't just a car, it's an experience. It has a new AMG grill at the front of its hood that promises that it is more than simply a luxury supercar that will burn a hole in your bank account, but rather an unforgettable driving experience that is entirely incomparable to its siblings.

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16Chevrolet Corvette

The Chevrolet Corvette is a precision sports car with a 6.2L V8 engine that can take you from zero to sixty miles per hour in 3.7-seconds. That's a massive achievement, and with that kind of horsepower and speed, you can bet that driving will never feel the same way after getting behind a Chevrolet's wheel.

17Mercedes SL

This is a two-door coupe, roadster vehicle that has been in production since the early '50s. The SL stands for Sportlich-Leicht, a German term that translates to "Sport Lightweight". The car boomed into the industry incredibly successfully in America after the war, and was a prized possession among the more affluent citizens.

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18Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

The Corvette cars have always had an aerodynamic and sleek model, built for speed and power. The Stingray is the newest addition to the Corvette family, a 2019 series vehicle, that has an integrated cooling and dynamic system for precise driving. The cockpit is built with the driver in mind, and it provides one of the most memorable driving experiences of all time.

19McLaren 570S Coupe Launch 2015 Portimao

The McLaren 570S Coupe Launch 2015 Portimao is a relatively older car compared to the rest, but it's no slouch. It's a wicked vehicle that has a just as extreme power output as the other supercars in the world, and can keep up with the best of the best. It's sleek design sets it a notch above its sibling McLaren cars.

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20Chevrolet Camaro

The Chevrolet Camaro has become leaner, faster, and better. The performance of the Camaro series has always been legendary, and this is no different. It comes with four powertrain options, and a zero to sixty miles per hour in 3.5-seconds badge. From all angles, you can't deny that this car is a beast in its own right.

21Mazda MX-5

Initially released as the Mazda MX-5 Miata, this car is a lightweight roadster with two seats and a front engine. It's known as the Mazda Roadster or Eunos Roadster in Japan. It stands out because of its small stature and minimalist mechanical complexity, and yet still being technologically advanced enough to hold its own with the rest of them.

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22Mazda Miata

Separate to the Mazda MX-5, the Miata carries with it a 2.0L DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder with VVT engine and a massive 4600 rpm torque and a 6000 rpm horsepower. The Miata is a powerful convertible that lets you take the top down so you can feel the rush of air blowing through your hair at insane speeds.

23Cadillac ATS-V Coupe

The Cadillac ATS-V Coupe is a nimble V Series supercar that takes the ease of driving to new heights. It blurs the line between a casual driver and a track capable athlete. It gives off a thunderous performance with a 3.6L Twin Turbo V6 that delivers 464 horsepower and 445 pound-feet of torque.

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24McLaren-720S

Lighter, faster, stronger than its predecessors, the McLaren-720S pushes the limits of what a car is capable of. All of the contours and the curves of the 720S are exactly what makes McLaren what it is, sleek and efficient. Its smooth shape makes it aerodynamic and reduces the drag severely, allowing the engine to work at high speeds without overheating.

25Ferrari 488 GTB

Perhaps the most well-known car manufacturer name among laymen, Ferrari is extremely well known. While other manufacturers could potentially put out better cars, Ferrari has always been ahead of the curve, and its now a household name. The Ferrari 488 GTB is its next and best, shattering all standards set by previous models.

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