You don’t have to drive a crossover to have the safety and security of all-wheel drive. If you want a sporty ride with all four wheels powered, there are plenty of options to choose from.In a sports car, all-wheel drive helps as much in the dry as in the elements. If a car starts to slide, power to the front wheels can help you get things back into shape. It’s extra security to keep you out of the crash barriers.
In a high-horsepower car, it even helps you accelerate faster. Some of the sports cars on this list can accelerate to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds. That’s only possible with all four wheels providing power and traction.We’ve compiled a list of some of the best AWD sports cars you can buy at a variety of prices. Some of the cars on this list are textbook, “traditional” sports cars, but others are sporty cars that are a bit practical. There are important differences between sports cars and sporty cars …
That’s OK because some of these non-dedicated sports cars are faster around a track or on a back road than a pure sports car. They’re just as light and just as fun. That’s the point of a sports car – to have fun.Every car on this list is definitely fun.
For the benefit of all of our readers, pricing information is in both U.S. dollars and Canadian dollars. Due to packaging differences between the countries, the base equipment might be different in the U.S. than what’s offered in Canada. Pricing is also for the base all-wheel-drive models if more than one is offered.