Supercar Sedans

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  1. SRT-Tom

    SRT-Tom Well-Known Member Super Moderator Article Writer

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    The November 2021 issue of Car & Driver reviewed three supercar sedans. The performance was outstanding:

    2021 Audi RS7 (591 hp., 590 lb-ft; $136,945)

    1/4 mile- 11.3 sec. @ 121 mph
    0-60 mph- 3.0 sec.

    2022 BMW M5 Competition (617 hp., 553 lb-ft; $141,045)

    1/4 mile- 10.8 sec. @ 130 mph
    0-60 mph- 2.7 sec.

    2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing (668 hp., 659 lb-ft; $105,665)

    1/4 mile- 11.4 sec. @ 128 mph
    0-60 mph- 3.5 sec.


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    Yes there's clearly a market demand for the performance sedans (Dodge Charger included). At the cost of convenience I've been stuffed, and managed to stuff kids into back seat car seats in coupes (mind you while simultaneously operating mom's taxi's in the form of mini van's and suv's). As far as styling, the sedan's simply have 2 doors too many for me (some older wagon's perhaps the exception).
     
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    You could put that much horsepower in anything and have good performance.
     
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