Top 26 Best Coupe Cars 2021

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in 2021 has been widely launched luxury coupe cars and fairly expensive. here we have summarized the 26 best coupe cars in 2021

26. 2021 Hyundai Veloster

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Hyundai sent the Veloster to the 2021 model year without any changes. In other news, the Korean manufacturer is developing a mid-engine sports car using veloster as a starting point. We’ve even been driving the prototype version, although the production model will be much smoother, but will compete with the Chevrolet Corvette, Toyota Supra, and Nissan 400Z rather than competing with the hot hatchback next to the Veloster.

STARTING MSRP : $18,900

25. 2021 Chevrolet Camaro

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Chevy upgraded the Camaro 2021 with several color options, new features, and wider transmission availability. While Metallic’s Rally Green and Garnet Red Tintcoat have been removed from the paint palette, Wild Cherry Tincoat is now on offer – with extra coins. All models now come with apple carplay wireless and Android Auto, which means apps can be streamed to the car’s infotainment system without needing to be plugged in. The track-oriented 1LE package is now available with a 10-speed automatic transmission on the powered V- Model SS 8. Previously, all 1LE (except for ZL1 1LE) was only offered with a six-speed manual.

STARTING MSRP: $25,000

24. 2021 Dodge Challenger

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The Challenger lineup received some minor updates for 2021. Dodge now offers memory features for models with adjustable steering columns, driver’s seats, and side rearview mirrors as well as for radio presets. A new set of 20-inch wheels is optional on the SXT all-wheel-drive and standard on gt all-wheel-drive. And buyers of the R/T Scat Pack can now add the SRT brand to their Brembo brake calipers.

STARTING MSRP: $28,295

23. 2021 Hyundai Veloster N

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The Veloster N is now available with an eight-speed dual clutch automatic transmission; the previous six-speed manual was the only transmission option. The new transmission promises faster gear shifts and is equipped with paddle shifts mounted on the steering wheel. The previously optional $2100 Performance Plan is also standard. This means each model produces 275 horsepower and has all the upgrades included with that kit. Other new standard and optional features include a sport seat that’s more aggressive and lighter than the one replaced, a heated steering wheel, a heated front seat, and improved touchscreen infotainment software. Hyundai said that driver assistance features include forward collision warnings, lane guard assistance, new blind spot monitoring available.

STARTING MSRP: $32,250

22. 2021 BMW 230

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The 230i model is powered by a turbocharged 248-hp four-cylinder, but upgrades to the M240i swap in an inline 3.0-liter turbocharged six-cylinder that produces 335 horsepower. Rear-wheel drive is standard, but BMW offers an xDrive all-wheel drive system as an option on both models.

STARTING AT: $36,895
21. 2021 Lexus RC 300
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An RC Special Edition Black Line is available for 2021 models — in addition to black exterior details and ash wood interior trim, this limited production RC F Sport model comes with two sets of matching Zero Halliburton suitcases. . Otherwise, minor changes, including blind-spot monitoring become standard and parking sensors are added to the optional Premium plan.

STARTING MSRP: $42,220

20. 2021 Toyota Supra

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Just a year after the Supra was reintroduced, Toyota is turning on the heat in this turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six car, dial-up its horsepower from 335 to 382. To help Supra expand its range, the company also added four -cylinder models to its lineup, which is powered by a 2.0-liter inline-4 turbocharged that produces 255 horsepower. The top-range A91 special edition comes standard with a six-cylinder engine and adds a number of appearance items to the interior and exterior to distinguish it from the regular Supra model. Last year’s standard 6.5-inch infotainment screen was lost; Larger 8.8-inch screens are now standard across the range.

STARTING MSRP: $42,990

19. 2021 Lexus RC 350

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An RC Special Edition Black Line is available for 2021 models — in addition to black exterior details and ash wood interior trim, this limited production RC F Sport model comes with two sets of matching Zero Halliburton suitcases. . Otherwise, minor changes, including blind-spot monitoring become standard and parking sensors are added to the optional Premium plan.

STARTING MSRP: $45,150

18. 2021 BMW 430

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Everything. Series 4 finally follows series 3 for 2021 with a clean sheet redesign and bolder exterior style. Series 4 2021 is scheduled to go on sale in October.

STARTING MSRP: $45,600

17. 2021 BMW M240

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  • Engine 3.0L I-6
  • MPG 21 City / 30 Hwy
  • Seating 4 Passengers
  • Transmission 8-spd auto w/OD
  • Power 335 @ 5500 rpm
  • Drivetrain rear-wheel

STARTING MSRP: $46,350

16. 2021 BMW M440

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The 2021 4 series is a redesign of BMW’s long-running two-door compact car. While those days simply referred to as the Series 3 coupe may be far behind it, the basics of the formula have not changed. Everything from chassis to clean-sheet, and in implementing this overhaul, BMW seems to have overcome the biggest shortcomings of previous generations. There’s only one thing that stands in our way to calling Series 4 a complete improvement.

  • Engine I-6
  • MPG 22 City / 31 Hwy
  • Seating 4 Passengers
  • Transmission 8-spd w/OD
  • Power 382 @ 5800 rpm
  • Drivetrain xDrive all wheel

STARTING MSRP: $58,500

15. 2021 BMW M2

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The 2021 BMW M2 is offered in just one lis in the United States: at the M2 Competition. It comes with a twin-turbo 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine that produces 405 horsepower and 406 lb-ft of torque. Power is channeled to the rear wheels exclusively through a six-speed manual or a seven-speed automatic dual clutch.

STARTING MSRP: $58,900

14. 2021 Chevrolet Corvette

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While maintaining the Corvette’s price for 2021, Chevrolet has added several standard features, including apple carplay wireless and Android Auto, new options for digital gauge displays, and Buckle-to-Drive safety features that prevent standard automatic transmissions. exit the parking lot until the driver fastens his seatbelt. In addition, the Corvette can now be ordered with an optional magnetorheological damper as a standalone option; previously, to get it you had to buy an expensive Z51 performance plan. Cosmetically, a new Full Length Dual Racing Stripe package is available, with blue, orange, red or yellow stripes. A new gray and yellow interior color scheme has also been added to the options sheet.

STARTING MSRP: $58,900

13. 2021 Porsche 718 Cayman

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Porsche is giving the Cayman more standard features for 2021, including Apple CarPlay integration, automatic dimming rearview mirrors, rotating bixenon headlights with steering wheels, and dual-zone climate control. A new model also joins the lineup: Called the GTS, this Cayman features a naturally 4.0-liter flat-six. The engine also drives the GT4 RS, but in the GTS, it produces 29 fewer horsepower, for a total of 394. What’s more, the six-cylinder engine is now compatible with Porsche’s seven-speed dual clutch automatic.

STARTING MSRP: $59,900

12. 2021 Jaguar F-TYPE

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The F-type 2021 received significant changes that included a new, edgy look and a variety of other enhancements. The powertrain list was changed instead of updated. It now offers only a supercharged V-6 380-hp and a supercharged V-8 575-hp. The base 296-hp turbocharged four-cylinder continues as an early-level engine. Interior updates include entirely new digital measuring clusters and updated infotainment systems. The top-of-the-line F-type SVR has been discontinued.

STARTING MSRP:  $61,600

11. 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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Mercedes-Benz introduces mid-cycle updates of the E-class range for 2021. The changes apply to sedans as well as coupe and cabriolet models. Updates include revised front and rear styles, a new steering wheel design, the latest MBUX infotainment system, and improved driver assistance technology. The E450 replaces the twin-turbo V-6 engine with a new turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine. Mercedes is also bringing its long-promised E350e plug-in hybrid to America for the first time.

STARTING MSRP: $64,950

10. 2021 Lexus RC F

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The RC F is unchanged from the 2020 model year with the exception of the new Fuji Speedway Edition model. Special editions are limited to only 60 cars and come in exterior colors of Artic Blast Satin (matte white) or Cloudburst Grey, both with red leather interiors. If you’re lucky enough to get one of the 60 Fuji Speedway Edition cars, you’ll also receive a limited production MSTR watch to accompany it. Blind spot monitoring, memory front seats and Android Auto are all becoming standard this year and basic models get heated exterior mirrors

STARTING MSRP: $65,975

9. 2021 BMW M4

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M4 2021 is all new and represents the second generation of signboards. However, it has essentially replaced the old M3 coupe. While there have been many pleasantries about its large and controversial kidney grille, the new M4 has a number of impressive improvements from previous versions.

STARTING MSRP: $71,800

8. 2021 Audi RS 5

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The 2021 RS5 coupe is refreshed in several ways. The front now wears a flatter, wider grille that is under a new slit reminiscent of the classic Audi Sport Quattro. It also has wider wheel arches, new accents in the rear diffuser, and a larger exhaust pipe. Last year’s infotainment system, which featured an 8.3-inch center screen and a rotary controller in the center console, has been replaced with a 10.1-inch touchscreen mounted high in the center of the dashboard. Heated rear seats are now standard as well. The launch editions of Ascari and Black Optic are also offered for 2021, but there will only be the first 25 copies and the last 100 copies.

STARTING MSRP: $75,100

7. 2021 BMW 840

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  • Engine 3.0L I-6
  • MPG 22 City / 29 Hwy
  • Seating 5 Passengers
  • Transmission 8-spd w/OD
  • Power 335 @ 5000 rpm
  • Drivetrain rear-wheel

STARTING MSRP: $88,000

6. 2021 Lexus LC 500

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The Lexus LC 500 coupe has been our favorite since its debut as a 2019 model. I say it’s impossible because we’re not fans of the touchpad that controls important functions in many Lexus vehicles, and because at $93,975 (at a cost of purpose) for the 2021 coupe, it’s a bit expensive. It may look like a supercar that’s going to cost a lot more, but it’s performing like a grand tourer.

STARTING MSRP: $93,050

5. 2021 Lexus LC 500h

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  • Engine V-6
  • MPG 26 City / 34 Hwy
  • Seating 4 Passengers
  • Transmission 4-spd w/OD
  • Power 295 @ 6600 rpm
  • Drivetrain rear-wheel

STARTING MSRP: $97,610

4. 2021 BMW M850

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  • Engine 4.4L V-8
  • MPG 18 City / 25 Hwy
  • Seating 4 Passengers
  • Transmission 8-spd w/OD
  • Power 523 @ 5500 rpm
  • Drivetrain xDrive all wheel

STARTING MSRP: $111,900

3. 2021 Nissan GT-R

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Nissan has narrowed its GT-R range to only Premium and NISMO models for 2021, eliminating the Trim 50th Anniversary Edition and Track Edition. The only other change for the 2021 model year is that Bayside Blue paint colors are now available on Premium trim.

STARTING MSRP: $113,540

2. 2021 Polestar 1

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Polestar sends 1 to 2021 without any changes. Even the original price was the same as the previous year’s model.

STARTING MSRP: $155,000

1. 2021 Porsche 911

2021 Porsche 911 is the most expensive series of coupe
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For 2021, Porsche made some small changes to the 911. The fastest update is the newly introduced Python Green paint. The standard 911 also inherits a selection of the more expensive and more powerful Turbo and Turbo S. variants. This includes a Skin 930 package that enhances the interior as well as light insulated glass that saves weight and reduces noise. Porsche also presented the 2021 911 with programmable GPS capabilities for an optional front a gandar lift system that knows when to lift the nose at a specific location. Those who choose the Sport Chrono package will now receive a digital tire temperature display that appears in the measuring cluster.

STARTING MSRP: $203,500

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