These Are The Fastest Sedans Today!

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The simple four-door sedan is the best multitasker on the market. Up for the commuter car task, perfect for carpool duty, and able to handle grocery runs easily, these are some of your best options for performance-driven rides on the market right now.

2021 Audi RS 5 Sportback [0-60: 3.8 sec | 444 hp]

The top tier RS 5 is expensive. However, its sporty body style offers practicality that makes it worth the money. Under the hood, you’ll find a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V6 engine and Quattro all-wheel drive as standard.

2020 Bentley Flying Spur [0-60: 3.7 sec | 626 hp]

Few luxury cars or sports cars can hold a candle to the Flying Spur’s horsepower numbers while getting from 0-60 mph as smoothly. If you’re looking for a fantastic drive experience, this twin-turbocharged W-12 engine is perfect.

2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio [0-60: 3.6 sec | 505 hp]

The Quadrifoglio trim of this small luxury car isn’t cheap. Though we’re sure you’ll forgive the sometimes inconsistent build quality and lack of space once you rev the twin-turbo V6 and hit the open road.

2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat 0-60: 3.6 sec | 707 hp

The highest-horsepower model on our list of the fastest sedans, it’s surprisingly also among the easiest on your wallet. While you do trade off on handling for the muscle, the Hellcat Redeye trim gives you a whopping 797 horsepower once you get going.

2020 Mercedes-AMG S 63 [0-60: 3.5 sec | 603 hp]

Smooth and elegant, and AMG-tuned, this variant of the super-luxury S-Class offers a twin-turbo V8 engine matched with all the bells and whistles in features. But when you’re looking for the lightning-fast models that take you from 0-to-60 in record time, you’ll want to skip the twin-turbo V12 rated for 621 horsepower.

2020 Tesla Model S Performance [0-60: 2.4 sec]

Arguably in a class of its own, the Tesla Model S’s electric powertrain gives you instant torque that can make you feel like you are flying around the place. It even includes Ludicrous Mode, which enables the lightning-quick zero to 60 time, making it less of a car and more of a thrilling feat of engineering to own.

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