30 Future Supercars and Sports Cars Worth Waiting For

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If you’re in the market for something with tons of horsepower and track capability, you’re in luck. Over the next few years, we’ll see dozens of new supercars and sports cars from brands like Aston Martin, McLaren, Dodge, and even Tesla.

Many of these vehicles will have upwards of 1,000 hp and top speeds of over 200 miles per hour (possibly even 300), and nearly all of them will be sleek and modern. But there will be a few affordable options, too.

With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of the 30 most-anticipated high-performance cars hitting the market in the next few years. Which ones are you most excited for?

Release Date: 2025

Alfa Romeo is going electric and one of the first cars that could get the full EV treatment is the iconic Giulia Quadrifoglio. Reports say that the four-door super sedan could have upwards of 1,000 hp when it debuts in 2025 and it could even include a fastback wagon variant.

AMG Electric Super SUV

2024 Mercedes-AMG EQE SUV Exterior Front Quarter

Debut: 2026

AMG isn’t building another hypercar, the One already exists. Instead, the company will focus on a new electric super SUV with over 1,000 horsepower, scheduled to debut in 2026. It will be a bespoke AMG vehicle—so no Mercedes branding—and it will compete with the Lotus Eletre and Porsche’s upcoming three-row.

Aston Martin Valhalla

2024 Aston Martin Valhalla Rendering

Debut: 2024

Aston Martin’s newest supercar is nearly here—and it’ll be packing quite the punch. The Valhalla debuts later this year with a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter, flat-plane-crank V-8 and three electric motors making a whopping 998 horsepower. Two of those electric motors will sit on the front axle and one will be integrated into the transmission. The Valhalla will borrow active aerodynamics from the AMR23 race car yielding up to 1,322 pounds of downforce at 149 miles per hour. Aston is building just 999 of them, and they won’t be cheap.

Audi Electric Supercar

Release Date: TBD

Audi discontinued the R8 last year and plans to kill off the smaller TT after this year, sadly. That means a new sports car could be on the horizon, and we’ve seen a number of high-powered concepts that might preview a future Audi supercar. Whatever it may be, we know that the next iteration will be electric since all of the company’s debuts from 2026 will be EV-only.



Debut: May 2024

The “Competition Sport” trim returns to the M4 lineup for 2025. It should use BMW’s ubiquitous twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter S58 inline-six engine with an estimated 543 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque (based on what the M3 CS puts out). The M4 CS should be able to hit 60 mph in about 3.0 seconds flat with a top speed just shy of 200 miles per hour. It debuts in May.

Bugatti-Rimac Future Hypercar

Release Date: 2024

The newly formed Bugatt-Rimac with CEO Mate Rimac at the helm has big plans for the future. While Rimac will continue its line of fully electric supercars and hypercars, the two companies have teased a collaboration that promises to put Rimac battery tech in a future Bugatti product that will be “heavily electrified.”

Buick Wildcat EV Concept

Release Date: TBD

The Buick Wildcat concept probably won’t go into production as it currently sits, but it “will influence Buick production models for the foreseeable future,” according to the automaker. Buick also confirmed that its first all-electric vehicle is on the way this year, so here’s hoping that a sports car is part of that plan.

Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

2025 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

Debut: Summer 2024

The iconic Corvette ZR1 returns this summer and it will be the most extreme mid-engine Corvette to date. Some rumors suggest it could get a twin-turbocharged version of the 5.5-liter naturally aspirated, flat-plane crank V-8 from the Z06, while others hint at electrification. Either way, it should be quick. A 0-60 mph time in the low two-second range is expected for this car.

DeLorean Alpha5 EV

Release Date: 2024

DeLorean is back in a big way with the all-electric Alpha5 sports car. Introduced in 2022 and rolled out onto the lawns of Pebble Beach for its first public appearance, the Alpha5 has a 0-60 time of 3.4 seconds and 300 miles of estimated range. A smaller Alpha2 could follow the Alpha5 in just a few years.

2024 Dodge Charger Daytona EV

Release Date: 2024

We’ve all seen the videos of the new Charger Daytona SRT revving its “Fratzonic” exhaust system, and while it may sound, um, questionable, there’s a lot to be excited about when it comes to Dodge’s first electric muscle car. The Charger Daytona has a radical retro design and 496 horsepower out of the box. More powerful iterations will upwards of 600 hp, with a 0-60 mph time of just 3.3 seconds. You can get it with two or four doors, and pricing will start around $45,000.

2025 Ferrari hypercar rendering by Motor1.com

Release Date: 2025

In Maranello, progress takes time. It was only last year that the Purosangue, Ferrari’s first SUV, was announced, and it won’t be until 2025 that we see a pure electric supercar from the Italian car maker. CEO Benedetto Vigna said Ferrari’s first EV will be an emotional vehicle and offer a “unique driving experience” compared to other electric cars.

Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

Release Date: TBD

The 2024 Ford Mustang debuted with a powerful, 500-horsepower Dark Horse model. But eventually, the Shelby line should return—hopefully—with a more powerful version of the beloved GT500. Ford hasn’t indicated yet when we might see the new Shelby, but we hope it arrives before the end of the year.

Genesis X Convertible Concept

Release Date: TBD

Chief creative officer Luc Donckerwolke confirmed earlier this year that the lovely Genesis X convertible is going into production. Debuting at the 2022 LA Auto Show as a follow-up to the Speedium coupe that debuted the year prior, the X convertible has no specific release date but could cost “over $200,000 or $300,000” when released.

Honda Electric Sports Car

2024 Honda Saloon EV Concept

Debut: 2026

Honda quietly previewed its new electric sports car with the edgy Saloon concept earlier this year. It will be one of the first in the brand’s new 0 Series range of EVs and is set to go on sale sometime in 2026. Details are slim, but hopefully the production model has many of the same design cues as the concept.

Hyundai RN22e Concept

Release Date: 2024

The electric Ioniq 6 just hit the US last year with an asking price of $42,715. But we know that Hyundai has bigger plans for its mass-market EV. Previewed by the RN22e concept from last year, an Ioniq 6 N is on the horizon and could debut sometime in 2024, potentially for a 2025 model year run.

Hyundai N Affordable EV

2024 Hyundai Elantra N

Debut: 2025

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 N is impressive, but pricey. The electric performance SUV starts at $67,295. But Hyundai wants to bring affordable electric performance to the masses with a budget-friendly N model. It will be smaller and significantly cheaper than the Ioniq 5 N, and it could show up as early as next year. We’ll know more details closer to its debut.

Hyundai N Vision 74 Concept

Release Date: TBD

Hyundai hasn’t said for sure whether the stunning N Vision 74 concept from last year would go into production, but there are whispers. Although the company canceled plans for a mid-engined sports car known internally as “The Chairman’s Car,” separate reports indicate that a car similar to the N Vision 74 could still happen.

Lexus LFA EV Concept

Release Date: 2024

Lexus is bringing back the LFA as an all-electric sports car. Previewed by the beautiful Electrified Sport concept that debuted in 2021, the new Lexus sports car will have classic rear-wheel-drive proportions, a virtual manual gearbox, and a 0-60 time of around two seconds flat. We expect to see this new Lexus sports car late in 2024 before going on sale sometime in 2025.

McLaren Hypercar

McLaren Design DNA

Debut: 2024

McLaren is finally building a P1 successor. A new hypercar, codenamed P18, could debut before the end of the year—and it may have a new V-8 engine. That engine will be paired with some form of hybridization for an output of over 1,000 horsepower. This car will also have a new “ground-up design” and will be inspired heavily by the iconic F1. If we’re lucky, we could see it by the end of the year.

Nissan EV Sports Car Concept

Release Date: TBD

The Leaf and Ariya were just the beginning of Nissan’s electric future. The recent Max-Out concept previews an electric convertible sports car that, we hope, makes its way to production, although Nissan hasn’t said anything official. The company has hinted at a sporty electric vehicle in the past, but we’ll just have to wait and see if any concept cars come to life.

Nissan GT-R Concept

Release Date: TBD

Nissan just updated the R35 GT-R for the 2024 model year, meaning a brand-new version is still likely a few years off. The company has been hinting at a new GT-R for close to a half decade and even says that an electric version will “definitely come one day.” But it’s unclear exactly when that day will be.

Polestar O2 Electric Roadster Concept

Release Date: 2025

Polestar has confirmed that its stunning O2 convertible concept will make its way to production as the Polestar 6. It will be a few years before we see the all-electric roadster in public, but the company says that it’s benchmarking cars like the Porsche 911 and Taycan—which means it should be excellent to drive—and that the convertible will have over 800 horsepower.

Porsche 911 Hybrid

Porsche 911 Hybrid spy photo

Debut: Summer 2024

The long-awaited Porsche 911 hybrid debuts this summer. It promises to be an “ultra-sporty hybrid” and should have more than 700 horsepower on tap. That hybrid setup isn’t expected to increase the weight all that much either; the gain should be less than 220 pounds.

Porsche Electric Hypercar

Porsche Electric Hypercar Rendering

Debut: Late 2024

Like McLaren, Porsche is building a new hypercar. But unlike McLaren, Porsche’s hypercar will have a fully electric powertrain and all-wheel drive. Based on the Mission X concept we saw in 2023, Porsche’s electric hypercar could have as much as 1,700 horsepower to combat a 3,700-pound curb weight. It will also have three electric motors. Production will be extremely limited and the price is likely to exceed $2 million.

Red Bull Hypercar

Gran Turismo Red Bull X2019 25th Anniversary Special Edition Race Car

Debut: 2024

Red Bull—yes, that Red Bull—is making its own hypercar. Internally known as the RB17, Red Bull Advanced Technologies is developing the vehicle. The hypercar will have a naturally aspirated V-10 that revs to a ridiculous 15,000 rpm, supplemented by a single electric motor. The total output should be over 1,000 horsepower. Reb Bull even teases a curb weight of under 2,000 pounds. But it will be pricey; rumors point to a price tag of over $6 million.

Tesla Roadster

Release Date: 2024

The new Tesla Roadster was supposed to go on sale in 2020—but it didn’t. Then CEO Elon Musk promised that it would arrive just a year later, and again, nothing. But with production of the new Cybertruck ramping up, there’s a slim chance that we see the new Roadster this year. Tesla says that the new Roadster will be able to hit 60 in under two seconds and offer a top speed of over 250 mph.

Toyota FT-Se Electric Sports Car

Toyota FT-Se Sports Car Production Rendering

Debut: 2026

The Toyota FT-Se concept whet our appetite for a compact electric sports car when it debuted last year. And rumor has it it’s going into production. With two electric motors, one on each axle, the FT-Se should be able to reach 60 mph in under three seconds and a top speed of 155 mph. It may even have a simulated “manual” gearbox. We could see it as early as 2026, but 2027 is also possible.

Toyota FT-1 Concept

Release Date: 2025

Fans of the current Supra will be happy to know that a more-powerful GRMN version is on the way. But eventually, Toyota will turn the Supra into a fully electric sports car. Expected to arrive in 2025, the electric Supra could have a simulated manual gearbox similar to the electric Lexus LFA.

Volkswagen XL-1 Concept Car

Release Date: TBD

Volkswagen is rolling out one new EV after another, and soon, VW’s electric lineup could even include a 680-horsepower supercar similar to the Porsche Taycan. A recent press release hinted at a high-powered EV using the electric MEB platform, but there’s no indication when that rumor could become a reality.

Volkswagen Electric GTI

Volkswagen ID. GTI Concept

Debut: 2026

Volkswagen is making its iconic GTI electric. A new battery-powered GTI model is expected by 2026 and could cost as little as $25,000 in the US (if we’re lucky). Details are slim, but it will use the same MEB Entry electric platform as the ID.GTI concept from 2023 and it should have somewhere in the neighborhood of 200 horsepower.

  • Aston Martin Valhalla
  • BMW M4 CS
  • Bugatti-Rimac Hypercar
  • Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
  • DeLorean Alpha5
  • Dodge Charger Daytona EV
  • Hyundai Ioniq 6 N
  • Lexus LFA EV
  • McLaren Hypercar
  • Porsche 911 Hybrid
  • Porsche Electric Hypercar
  • Red Bull Hypercar
  • Tesla Roadster
  • Toyota / Suzuki Sports Car
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio EV
  • Ferrari Electric Supercar
  • Hyundai N Affordable EV
  • Polestar O2
  • Toyota Supra EV

Future Supercars Of 2026

  • AMG Electric Super SUV
  • Honda Electric Sports Car
  • Toyota FT-Se Electric Sports Car
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