Do you drive a sports car as your primary vehicle?
Only in the summer.
2003 Mugen S2000
Just bought a Mini Cooper S LOVE IT (I know some of you wont consider it a sports car) but it is a coupe hatchback
Yes, a 2008 Corvette Coupe, Velocity Yellow, with 25000 miles on it!
Infiniti G37. Luxury sports car
A Mercedes C250 Sport and a Volvo C70 -- the first one is the daily driver and the second is the weekend car :) they're both turbocharged but the Volvo has a hardtop convertible :)
Not unless you're using some funky definition of sports car since I drive a Camry
Just sold my Corvette Convertible and bought an suv
The most amazing thing that I drive is my purple bike with neon green highlights and some cool art stuff on the bike it is really cool!
Yes my lambo
I want a ride 👍🏻
A Miata doesn't could if you consider yourself to be male. Ask your wife for your nuts back and buy a real car.
Count, not could.
Stupid autocorrect and fat fingers.
The Miata is the most common car found on race tracks. What an idiotic comment.
I don't have one but they are very fun to drive, it's at least not as bad as a v6 mustang
No. I drive a pick-up truck.
I used to have a 1988 300zx with a full racing exhaust system from the heads out the back.
Does a Lexus IS 350 count?
Is it an "F"?
Yes, I think it counts ...
Yes, a 2015 Toyota Prius!
No but I can drive it like one
Used to, absolutely loved it. Eventually had to get something more practical.
Mustang GT convertible. 😍 I could not love a human child as much as I love my car.
I've got the same. What year & color?
Light gray 2002. Garage kept in San Diego it's whole life 65k miles. I did a lot of aftermarket work on it.
Tuned headers, X pipe, wide cat back exhaust pipes, shorty shifter, stage 2 clutch, all new smoked lights, chrome rims, new black cloth top, cold air intake, 70mm throttle body, wider plenum, spacers between it all.
Mustang is muscle tho imo
A muscle car is a type of sports car
Lmfao probably not bud
Yeah it is a rwd front engine V8 sports car
It's not a sports car lmfao. A Corvette would be a sports car, a mustang is muscle
How is it not?
Sports cars are two seater cars with nimble handling. A mustang is neither
So a mustang isn't a sports car but a Miata, and a smart car are
Not really because they must also excel at high speeds
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines "muscle car" as "any of a group of American-made 2-door sports coupes with powerful engines designed for high-performance driving." It defines "sports car" as "a low small usually 2-passenger automobile designed for quick response, easy maneuverability, and high-speed driving"
Mustangs race in the GT3 class, the most popular class of GT racing. While the road version certainly isn't the most nimble, it is still designed with speed around a track in mind. They are certainly sports cars and race in the:
24 Hour Series
ADAC GT Masters
Asian Le Mans Series
Australian GT Championship
Belgian GT Championship
Blancpain Endurance Series
Brazilian GT Championship
British GT Championship
European Le Mans Series
FFSA GT Championship
FIA GT Series (Formerly Blancpain Sprint Series)
GT Asia Series
International GT Open
Italian GT Championship...and more.
"Muscle" and "sports" are not exclusive terms, and the Ford Mustang most definitely is a sports car.
Not even close. By the definitions you provided, mustangs easily fit into muscle, they do not fit into the definition of a sports car you provided
I thought everyone in California would say yes
What is necessarily a "sports car"? My car is a "Sport Edition"
A 2-door 4 seater or 2 seater, usually with a high powered motor, there are sports sedans such as the Jaguar XF R or the Chevy SS
A two-door sporty(ish) car that can give many sports cars a run for their money in the twisties, but it isn't a sports car.
Or Mazda 3?
I don't think a two-door version of the Mazda 3 was ever built (or least imported). They've always been family trucksters. But neither of those, my daily driver is a MINI Cooper.
A Mini Cooper would get roasted by a Prius
What year what color is it an S model
2013 silver, base hardtop manual, not an S.
No. I drive a luxury sedan.
You're in college, though. Insanely high mileage?
It's a coupe but not a sports car.
VW Golf TDI (a diesel), not a "sports car" per se, but it a hell of a lot of fun to drive. It's a like a zippy little go cart with a lot of torque.
Those TDI's can really get at it.
I've driven quite a lot of turbodiesels. Fords, GM, VW/Audi, Peugeot, Renault, Toyota, Honda, BMW, Mercedes. They usually have a nice slug of torque right where you want it. You can go quick while still being relatively economical.
"No", but an NSX might be handy to have around...(!)
I ride a bike as my primary vehicle, and bicycling is a sport, does that count?
Nope, a Trailblazer
Not yet, too many kids still in the house.
Audi, I guess so
Mustang GT 5.0