Classic Sports Cars from the 90s and Early 2000s

y people think that the 1980s was the decade when we really broke up and modernized ourselves, and from 2000 onwards the technological revolution began. But in the 90’s many things happened in the automotive world. For example, Mercedes dared for the first time with the utility segment with its Class A, and resurrected a model as legendary as the Beetle.

We tell you all this and more in our gallery of the classic sports cars from the 90s and Early 2000s .

BMW M3 E36

The BMW M3 series E36 is a classic sports car. Marketed from 1992 to 1998 and replaced by the E46 Series, it is initially powered by a 286 horsepower in-line 6-cylinder, pushed to 295 horsepower in GT version, then by mythical 3.2L 321 horsepower performance (250 km / h in peak and 0 to 100 km / h in 5.5 seconds).

Renault Sport Spider

The Renault Spider is a perfect example of classic sports car. Inspired by the Alpine A110, it was born from the mutual work of Renault and Renault Sport. It is powered by a 4-cylinder 2.0L of 150 horsepower.

Renault Clio Williams

The Renault Clio Williams came to light in 1993 to make the Clio homologate in rally and to celebrate the victory of the manufacturer in Formula 1. With a 2.0L of 150 horsepower, it was very beneficial to establish the sport image of Renault.

Honda NSX

The NSX is one of the most emblematic models of the manufacturer. Built to celebrate the success of Honda in Formula 1, it is equipped with an aluminum chassis and a 274-hp V6. Performance is exceptional: 270 km / h peak and 0 to 100 km / h shot in 5.9 seconds.

Bugatti EB110

With its four turbos and its 3.5L V12, the exceptional classic sport car Bugatti EB110 was build only 125 copies from 1991 to 1995. Powerful 560 horsepower, it shoots 0 to 100 km / h in 3.5 seconds And reached 342 km / h at peak speed.

Hope you buy one classic sports car in your life.

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