Sport automakers have ascended the auto industry’s ladder to become some of the most popular and consumer friendly in the whole world. Companies like BMW, Mazda, AUDI, Subaru, Honda, specifically, have etched its name in automotive lore by specializing in small, sporty, and quick cars that offer drivers not only a thrilling experience, but also top-notch efficiency and scalpel-like precision handling.
Every now and then, companies make a model for crazy petrol heads, who also happen to have a family and seek practicality too, cars capable of running along or outperforming even cars like Ferrari or Aston Martin.
These cars fly under the radar as no other. Today, we take a look at the 7 of the fastest sleeper vehicles, that can go faster than your daily driven project car.

3. Toyota Camry V6

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3.5L / 0-60 mph in 5.8s

The 3.5-liter V-6 has proven itself reliable and versatile over the years. More than that, it still makes class-competitive power and returns class-competitive fuel economy. Why reinvent the wheel? What the data sheets don’t tell you is that it’s also a sweetheart of an engine. It feels more powerful than the numbers would suggest and delivers that power in a nice, smooth, linear pull all the way up to redline, producing a nice, soft growl along the way. In the Camry, it’s mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that’s generally quite smooth, but will give you a small bump on downshifts. It’s not quite as smooth as the four-cylinder powertrain, but it’s pretty good.

As the V-6 powertrain is unchanged for 2015, and because Toyota says the new car weighs about the same as the old one, it’s more than likely the performance will also be unchanged. The last V-6 Camry we tested, a 2012 SE model, weighed 3320 pounds and hit 60 mph in 5.8 seconds (0.2 second slower than a 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost). It needed only 14.2 seconds to finish the quarter-mile and did so at 100.6 mph (one tenth of a second slower than the Mustang but nearly 3 mph faster). Stopping that Camry from 60 mph required 120 feet. Out on the skidpad, it pulled 0.81 g average and completed our figure-eight test in 27.2 seconds


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