Every car freak loves sports cars. They are fast, beautiful, loud, and cool in every imaginable way. While sports cars look and sound amazing on the race track or in pictures, the majority of them can turn out to be tiring to drive in real-life conditions.
Sports cars are often made with exceptional performance in mind, rather than everyday comfort and practicality. However, there are some great high-performance cars that can do both. Keep reading to see cars that you can take on a school run, as well as a track day.
Porsche’s flagship model is perhaps the most iconic German sports car in the world. When the 911 was first unveiled in 1963, it was quickly dubbed the ideal daily driver. The car had an impressive performance at the time, thanks to its legendary air-cooled boxer engine mounted in the rear of the vehicle. The 911 was fast while maintaining a high level of comfort for longer trips.
Almost 60 years later, the Porsche 911 lives on. The latest eighth generation, the 992, pays tribute to Porsche’s heritage. It may not be powered by an air-cooled motor anymore, though it’s versatile enough to lap around the race track and go on a grocery run afterward.