Porsche Cayman

porsche cayman

Surprise, surprise ! Yes, you could drive luxury sports cars and still manage to stay green, thanks to its upgraded DCT transmission, to do both faster shifts and get 30 miles to the gallon. The exterior of the Porsche sports car is impeccable and the interior - full of extras to keep you entertained during your drive. Also, the fact that the Porsche Cayman engine is capable of 325 horsepower and 32 mpgs is pretty amazing, considering how economical that drive is. The future of luxury cars is promising, that we can tell you.

Ford Mustang Ecoboost

Another surprise on our list is a Ford Mustang Ecoboost, and that’s all thanks to the EcoBoost technology introduced by Ford. Without consuming a massive amount of fuel, the 310 horsepower and 4 cylinders turbocharged engine bring plenty of power to that EcoBoost Mustang.

And while you might feel a bit intimidate by the lack of rumble of the V8, once you get 32 miles to the gallon on the highway you’d completely forget about it. This latest generation of the ford sports car is quickly becoming one of the most desired new sports cars on the market today.

ford mustang ecoboost

Mini Cooper

Let's go little to North and see what's going on with British legends!

When we talk economical ‘fuel consumption’, Mini Cooper is certainly on the front line, also being one of the top handling vehicles we've come to know. The Mini with its turbocharged three-cylinder option can maintain 41 miles to the gallon on the highway, which only proves that every Cooper variant is capable of hybrid status mpg.
So to sum it up – driving a Cooper is fun and evidently economical – it’s another question whether you feel awkward from the thought of being spotted driving one.

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