Sophisticated modern-day cars that will make drivers forget 1960’s.

When someone mentions about muscle cars, it quickly takes them back to the ’60s and ’70s. But the real-time performance is happening now. Today’s models are not only sweltering swift and powerful, but they’re incredibly efficient as well. This generation’s muscle cars are no longer viciously – fueled beasts that don’t handle well and are hard to turn and brake.

The contemporary muscle cars are some of the most excellent handling machines. They come with accurate steering and highly effective brakes on all four corners. Besides all that, the modern muscle cars are still relatively affordable purchase. Their prices make them especially tempting to fast – car lovers. So, are you ready to find your next adventurous sports that are going to make your weekend more special? Here are few best modern muscle cars from the last 15 or years for you to choose.


Meet the wild SVT Cobra Rs from the ‘90s; the 2003 model didn’t have the name “R” since they didn’t limit manufacturing. Also, the beast was available publicly instead of just for racecar drivers and special teams. Nevertheless, this SVT Cobra was fascinating and was considered a priority model for the Mustang Dynasty and muscle car mythology because it featured two firsts. The first new feature was the factory – supercharged engine, and the second one was the independent rear suspension. This suspension maintained stability at high speeds and hard launches helping this Mustang handle like a dream. It had 0 to 60 mph time took only 4.7 seconds, making the SVT Cobra and drag strip terror. Ford launched this model in the year 2003 and 2004 and built around 20,000 of them in couple and convertible forms. Even after being 17 years old, these beats still hold the highest prices in the car market.

2004 Ford SVT Mustang Cobra


Before Trackway was introduced, there were all the fastest SUVs earlier, and even there will be there even after the Trackhawk is gone. Though, this glorious machine deserves a place on this list of two reasons. First, for the 707 Hellcat Hemi engine under the hood. Second, its 3.4 – seconds 0 to 60 mph time makes this SUV faster than some supercars.

This jeep is considered as a brutal machine that is highly unusual and influential. It is a jeep that is a proper muscle car in SUV form. That exhibits how a high horsepower Hemi engine can make anything a proper muscle car, even a full-size SUV.


Though Chevrolets are out of the production, most of the car dealers have enough unsold cars for you to buy right now. Because since the SS is considered as the best affordable performance sedans on the market today. Chevrolet comes with 6.2-liter V8 delivering 412 HP, precise steering, and neutral handling, this car rivals Europe’s finest sports sedans. But did you know this car is a Holden from Australia they finely turned and then rebadged as Chevrolet for US consumers?


Dodge Charger Hellcat was introduced in the year, and the muscle car community went crazy. The reaction was, as usual, expect since the 6.2-liter supercharged V8 with 707 HP is a legit monster of a muscle car that shouldn’t be released on the streets. But Dodge did just that, permitting the public to buy one of the fastest, most powerful muscle cars ever built. Even after being beaten in any aspect, the Dodge Charger Hellcat is remarkably easy to drive and can even be submissive at low speeds.