Performance car

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A performance car is one that exhibits above average abilities in one or more of the following areas: acceleration, top speed, cornering, and braking. It is debated how much performance is required to move classification from standard to high performance.

Classification[edit]

Further classification of performance cars is possible in the following categories:

  • Grand tourer — a luxury performance car designed for high speed and long-distance driving
  • Hot hatch — a high-performance version of mass-produced hatchback model
  • Muscle car — a large American rear-wheel drive car with a V8 engine
  • Sports sedan — a high-performance version of a sedan model
  • Supercar — an expensive high-end sports car, with hypercars being the most expensive and fastest supercars.

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