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Top Gear’s top five sports cars

  1. Porsche Cayman

    £39,694, 275bhp, 213lb ft, 0-62mph 5.7secs, vmax 165mph, 34.4mpg, CO2 192g/km

    New Cayman is quite probably the most engaging all-round sportscar package available. And that includes big brother 911. If you can afford it, buy the S.

    Read the full verdict 

  2. Jaguar F-Type

    £58,520, 335bhp, 332lb ft, 0-62mph 5.1secs, vmax 161mph, 31.4mpg, CO2 209g/km

    The cheapest F – the V6 – is a lovely thing, but stump up another £8k and you can have the V6S, which is the one to have. The V8S is just a bit OTT.

    Read the full verdict here 

  3. Porsche 911

    £73,068, 350bhp, 287lb ft, 0-62mph 4.8secs, vmax 197mph, 31.4mpg, CO2 213g/km

    The best day-to-day sportscar if you need four (2+2-ish), but make sure you can’t manage with baby brother Cayman for £30k less…

    Read the full verdict here 

  4. Nissan GT-R

    £74,480, 550bhp, 466lb ft, 0-62mph 2.8secs, vmax 195mph, 24mpg, CO2 275g/km

    A paragon of brutal go-faster efficiency, the GT-R remains in a class of its own. Not to everyone’s taste, but you can’t argue with the results.

    Read the full verdict here

  5. Lotus Evora

    £51,550, 276bhp, 258lb ft, 0-62mph 4.9secs, vmax 162mph, 30.3mpg, CO2 217g/km

    Superlative chassis and steering, but lacks the refinement and usability of rivals. The ‘S’ is the one to have, but costs £10k more. If you can find one…

    Read the full verdict here 

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