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Are you looking to buy a supercar that won’t break the bank? OK, not all of these might be actual supercars, but the Porsche 911 Carerra S and BMW M8 can be ordered online and delivered without fuss. With a budget of $200,000, what are the most affordable supercar options on the market?

The Porsche 911 Carerra S is one of the most affordable supercars

Porsche 911 Carerra S is one of the most affordable supercars
Porsche 911 Carerra S is one of the most affordable supercars | Porsche

The Porsche 911 Carerra S is consistent, new, and incredibly fun to drive. Buying directly from Porsche, there are many choices to create your custom 911. With 443 hp and a zero to 60 mph time of 3.5 seconds, the Carerra S does it all. Porsche says, “the 911 combines the power of a sports car with great interior comfort and the latest technology to make your everyday life easier.”

Priced new: $118,000

A used Acura NSX is an affordable supercar

The Acura NSX is a popular sports car that doesn’t sell many units. According to the official numbers from Acura, only 124 units sold in 2021. That’s less than in 2020, which saw 128 NSXs sold. Because of that fun fact, you can find a mint used NSX for around $145,000. With 573 hp to spare, why not?

Priced used: $145,000

If you can get ahold of a Chevrolet Corvette 2LT, buy it

It is worth it if you can get your hands on a Chevrolet Corvette 2LT. Prices are slightly lower with the 1LT trim, but the 2LT is worth the extra cash. These are hard to get ahold of new, but hopefully that will change in the next few months. The 2LT gets 490 hp and 470-lb ft of torque.

Priced new: $70,000

The BMW M8 Competition Coupe looks like a normal car, but has supercar abilities

The BMW M8 Competition Coupe has a BMW M TwinPower Turbo V8 that has 617 hp to offer. BMW says the zero to 60 mph time is three seconds flat, which isn’t bad. The dual-exhaust system makes it sound like an exotic supercar, which adds to its fun.

Priced new: $147,695

The Audi R8 V10 is on the higher end for affordable supercars, but it counts

For a while, the Audi R8 was everywhere. But the Audi R8 V10 can reach 60 mph in 3.2 seconds and has all of the sounds you might expect from a V10. It has 602 hp and a top track speed of 205. Audi says the R8 is “fully owning its motorsport DNA and track-inspired performance, the Audi R8 Coupe isn’t shy about expressing itself.”

Priced new: $152,000

The Mercedes-AMG-GT Coupe is big supercar fun in a small package

While it isn’t the Black Series, the Mercedes-AMG-GT Coupe is a more affordable but still ridiculously fun supercar. It gets 523 hp and a zero to 60 mph time of 3.7 seconds from the twin-turbo V8. The AMG-GT Coupe is small but packs a lot of entertainment into that little package.

Priced new: $120,000

The Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 is all that and a bag of chips

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The Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 is on the lower price range for the list, starting at around $102,000 new. It comes with 414 hp and a respectable zero to 60 mph time of 4.2 seconds. Plus, it has the brakes of the 911 GT3. It has been pretty popular, so you might not actually be able to get one, but you can try.

Priced new: $102,000

Jay Leno even likes the 2019 Aston Martin DB11

The Aston Martin DB11 might be the least supercar-like supercar on this list, but James Bond would think differently. You can find a 2019 DB11 for around $160,000 with either a V8 or V12. Either of which offers plenty of power. The V12 gets about 503 hp and a 190 mph top speed. Not a bad option for under $200,000.

Priced used: $160,000

The Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock might not be your average supercar, but give it a shot

Don’t shoot the messenger, but the Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock is pretty quick. With the 6.2L V8 getting 807 and a zero to 60 mph time of 3.25 seconds, who cares if it is a Dodge? The Challenger SRT Super Stock also has a top speed of 168 mph all for under $90,000. Dodge says it has the highest horsepower of any production car ever made, and we believe it.

Priced new: $83,000


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