21. Chevrolet Corvette Z06
A legendary American sports car, the Chevrolet Corvette is currently in its seventh generation. It has one of the best chassis in the business, powerful V8 engines, and top technology. In fact, the Corvette C7 is more than capable of beating its European competitors such as the Porsche 911, Mercedes AMG GT, or Jaguar F-Type. While most users find the base 430 HP Corvette powerful, those who want more can choose the mighty Corvette Z06 version.
Complete with a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 with 635 HP, wide body kit, active aerodynamics package, and a host of other performance modifications, the Z06 is a proper sports car beast. The specifications of the Z06 are equally impressive, too. The top speed is close to 200 mph and a 0 to 60 mph sprint takes about 3.3 seconds. However, behind those stellar numbers and perfect sports car design lies the heart of the beast. Overall the Z06 is a hard car to control.
The enormous power and torque, lightweight chassis, and brutal power delivery all make the Corvette Z06 a nervous machine. To fully extract every bit of performance from this model, you need to be an experienced race driver or a magician – or both.