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Top 10 Fastest CARS under $100k (2017-2018) In the Word

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10 of the Fastest Cars under $100k
Being one of the 10 fastest cars under $100,000 is a club almost as exclusive as those costing more. Having such speed is a rare attribute and it never really comes cheap.

2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio - MSRP $72,000

After the limited-edition 8C and the limited-appeal 4C sports cars, Alfa Romeo’s tentative move back to the United States takes on a greater momentum with the Giulia compact sedan. The Quadrifoglio (four-leaf — it’s an Alfa motorsport thing) is the hot version, a rival to the BMW M3. It runs with 505 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque from a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V6. From a standstill, the speedo needle scoots around to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds. Top speed is 191 mph. Admittedly, the car is pricey, but forget all the old troubles that used to plague Italian cars. This one is well put together and ergonomically sound. Think it looks good in photographs? It’s gorgeous in three dimensions.
2018 Audi TT RS - MSRP $64,900

If anyone wants a faster Audi, they’ll have to look at something like the RS7 or the R8, and both cars bust our budget. However, the all-new-for-2018 TT RS makes a more than respectable showing in the sprint to 60 mph, clocking in at 3.6 seconds. An optional Dynamic package sends the top speed from 155 mph to 174 mph. This is the most powerful TT, with 400 hp from a turbocharged 2.5-liter engine in an unusual inline 5-cylinder configuration.
2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon - MSRP $85,000

This limited version of the Challenger can make a ridiculous 840 hp and 770 lb-ft of torque from a supercharged 6.2-liter V8. Dodge has quoted a record-breaking zero-to-60 mph time of 2.3 seconds and a quarter-mile run of 9.65 seconds, hitting 140 mph. That’s ballistic. The world’s fastest for a production car, in fact. Sadly, only 3,000 examples will be made. So most of us will have to settle for the 707-hp Challenger SRT Hellcat, which saunters to 60 mph in a leisurely 3.6 seconds, quarter-miles in 11.7 seconds at 126 mph and reaches terminal velocity at 199 mph, all for a mere $65,490 (with the automatic transmission, which enables the quicker sprint).
2017 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 - MSRP $56,145

This Shelby-ized Mustang does the sprint to 60 mph in a highly respectable 4.3 seconds, thanks to a 5.2-liter V8 generating 526 hp and 429 lb-ft of torque. It also runs a quarter-mile in 12.5 seconds before hitting a top speed of 175 mph. T. We also feel compelled to give an honorable mention to the all-wheel-drive 2017 Ford Focus RS hatchback, which packs 350 hp into a compact hatchback, is only 0.3 of a second slower to 60 mph, and has an MSRP of $36,120.
2017 Lexus RC F - MSRP $64,165

It’s a modern machine, but the RC F has an old-school, muscle-car approach with a naturally aspirated 5.0-liter V8 driving the rear wheels. When 467 hp and 389 lb-ft of torque are working together, this premium compact coupe rushes from standstill to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds and maxes out at 170 mph. In between, it needs only 12.5 seconds to cover the quarter-mile. Admittedly, this is the slowest of our 10 fastest cars under $100,000,
2017 Tesla Model S 90D - MSRP $87,500

This is an all-electric, high-tech luxury car with a range of around 286 miles. So even though the 90D is not the fastest Model S, it can still sprint to 60 mph in just 4.2 seconds. The price quoted above, by the way, is before any state or federal rebates. A 100D might sneak in under our $100,000 limit, but this choice allows some wiggle room for options.
2017 Porsche 718 Cayman S - MSRP $73,340

The quickest 911 models are safely in the six-figure range. But the new-generation 2017 718 Cayman S is an absolute joy to drive and has easily enough power for public roads (350 hp), while also being pretty handy on a track. Not spending 911 money also leaves some leeway for options, which are expensive. The combination of the 7-speed PDK automated transmission and the Sport Chrono Package means a faster sprint to 60 mph by nearly half a second (thanks to a launch mode), as well as slightly better fuel consumption. So we’ve included those extras in the price. The upshot is four seconds flat from standstill to 60 mph and a top speed of 177 mph.

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