Best Supercars of 2020

A supercar is among the most coveted of all the types out there. It’s because of mammoths like Bugatti that the imagination of children and adults alike is captured. Top speed records and horsepower wars are what gets everyone talking, and the hypercars of today are always pushing forward with more technology and innovation to be the fastest. The last few years have seen advances in alternative propulsion, with many resorting to electric powertrains to meet ever-stricter emissions regulations, but this has not diluted the experience and has actually enhanced the 0-60 times of many 2020 supercars. Whether you’re looking to invest in new supercars or are simply a keen enthusiast, you’ll be able to find comprehensive reviews here, from last year’s 2019 models to even older machines from 2018.

What does it take to earn a spot on our list of Supercars?

  • Makes - Lots of different corporations produce this kind of exotic metal, and many are diversifying to offer more luxury and style. A fine example is Koenigsegg, a brand that has now revealed a hybrid supercar with 4 seats. Other fine marques include Ferrari, McLaren, Pagani, Porsche, and Lamborghini.
  • Specs - Every company has its own way of doing things, and some will choose to propel their automobiles with the aid of AWD while others will ensure that buyers have the ability to drift their cars with a RWD setup. A V8 engine is not uncommon here, although many manufacturers add a starter-generator to provide torque fill.
  • Max Speed - Not every supercar is built to dominate the high-speed leaderboards and most get to their limiters around 200 mph. For some elite and exorbitant variants, the cost may be justified by a speed rating in excess of 250 mph.
  • Power and Torque - As we’ve touched on earlier, the choices on our list of cool supercars all have different power plants. Nevertheless, our top ten is dominated by traditionally powered vehicles, with only the Acura NSX bucking the trend. Thanks to a hybrid setup, this monster manages to produce 573 horsepower and 476 lb-ft of torque.
  • 0-60 - Acceleration is just as important as top speed and handling for a supercar, and although every marque tries to outdo the next, more and more hypercars these days are capable of similar 0-60 times. These are usually in the high two-second to low three-second bracket.
  • Price - Expect to spend at least six figures on a proper supercar. Most of the Italian offerings will demand over a quarter of a million dollars, and at the absolute summit are vehicles that command a seven- or eight-figure asking price. Still, we consider the Shelby GT500 as a supercar, and that’s just a smidge over 70 grand. Even if you can’t afford to buy one, there are supercar rental agencies that let you live the dream for a little while. Just don’t crash unless you want your pics all over the news.

Standout features of the Newest Supercars

Plenty of new supercars’ models come out each year, and many are evolutions of already impressive offerings. One example is the Lamborghini Huracan Performante, but a number of companies have created completely fresh offerings, too. Cases in point are McLaren with its Speedtail and Ferrari with its Roma. Another very recent debutant is the brilliant McLaren 765LT, but all supercar brands will be continually renewing their portfolios to stay relevant.

Pros

  • Advanced tech is often showcased on super cars first
  • Outstanding handling
  • Extraordinary acceleration
  • Stunning design
  • Extreme power

Cons

  • Impractical for passengers and cargo
  • High running bills
  • Low ride height is challenging on some roads

FAQs

What’s the best supercar to drive daily?

Audi’s R8 and Porsche’s 911 Turbo are among our favorites. They’re comfortable and approachable enough to use every day with relative practicality.

What American supercar could I buy?

Options are fairly limited, but the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 provides incredible performance, while Chevrolet’s Corvette ZR1 adds exotic design to the mix, too.

What’s the best naturally-aspirated supercar?

Our choice is also among the best for driver engagement and handling - the Porsche 911 GT3. No other machine revs, handles, and performs quite like this one.

We invite you to peruse our in-depth reviews for more information, pictures, and videos of these impressive machines.

BuzzScore
Design
Performance
MPG
Interior
Infotainment
Reliability
Safety
Value
#1
2020 Audi R8 Coupe
9.1
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
10
Interior
9
Infotainment
9
Reliability
8
Safety
9
Value
#2
2020 Audi R8 Spyder
9.1
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
10
Interior
9
Infotainment
9
Reliability
8
Safety
9
Value
#3
2021 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet
9.1
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
9
Interior
10
Infotainment
9
Reliability
8
Safety
9
Value
#4
2021 Porsche 911 Turbo
9.1
BuzzScore
9
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
9
Interior
10
Infotainment
9
Reliability
8
Safety
10
Value
#5
2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500
9
BuzzScore
9
Design
10
Performance
7
MPG
9
Interior
9
Infotainment
9
Reliability
9
Safety
10
Value
#6
Acura NSX
8.9
BuzzScore
9
Design
10
Performance
9
MPG
9
Interior
7
Infotainment
10
Reliability
8
Safety
9
Value
#7
McLaren GT
8.9
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
10
Interior
9
Infotainment
7
Reliability
8
Safety
9
Value
#8
2020 Mercedes-AMG GT R
8.8
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
7
MPG
9
Interior
9
Infotainment
8
Reliability
8
Safety
9
Value
#9
2020 Mercedes-AMG GT R Roadster
8.8
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
7
MPG
9
Interior
9
Infotainment
8
Reliability
8
Safety
9
Value
#10
Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder
8.8
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
9
Interior
9
Infotainment
8
Reliability
8
Safety
8
Value
#11
2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Coupe
8.6
BuzzScore
9
Design
10
Performance
7
MPG
8
Interior
9
Infotainment
8
Reliability
8
Safety
10
Value
#12
2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Convertible
8.6
BuzzScore
9
Design
10
Performance
7
MPG
8
Interior
9
Infotainment
8
Reliability
8
Safety
10
Value
#13
2019 Porsche 911 GT3
8.6
BuzzScore
9
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
9
Interior
8
Infotainment
9
Reliability
8
Safety
8
Value
#14
McLaren 570S Coupe
8.6
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
9
Interior
8
Infotainment
7
Reliability
8
Safety
9
Value
#15
Lamborghini Huracan Evo
8.6
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
7
MPG
9
Interior
9
Infotainment
8
Reliability
8
Safety
8
Value
#16
Lamborghini Huracan Spyder
8.6
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
9
Interior
9
Infotainment
7
Reliability
8
Safety
8
Value
#17
Ferrari F8 Tributo
8.6
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
9
Interior
8
Infotainment
8
Reliability
8
Safety
8
Value
#18
McLaren 720S Spider
8.6
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
10
Interior
8
Infotainment
7
Reliability
8
Safety
8
Value
#19
2019 McLaren 570GT
8.5
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
8
MPG
9
Interior
8
Infotainment
7
Reliability
8
Safety
8
Value
#20
Lamborghini Huracan
8.5
BuzzScore
10
Design
10
Performance
7
MPG
9
Interior
9
Infotainment
7
Reliability
8
Safety
8
Value