Here at Limo Broker, we do love a sports car, passionate about growing our forever-in-revision fleet to cater to all of our customers’ tastes. This week, we thought we would take some time to brace ourselves for the sports cars to come, taking a look at the much-hyped sports vehicles set to hit the streets of the UK in 2017.

However, what does make a great sports car? The conclusion we have come to is that it depends on who you ask; with looks, interior, power and efficiency all coming into play. So, what you will see from our list is heaps of diversity, with various styles, brands and fuel types making their way to our top picks list.

McLaren 570S

Thought to be driver-centric and performance oriented, the McLaren 570S is for the thrill-seekers amongst us, being the lightest weight in its class as well as boasting the highest power to weight ratio. Referred to as ‘the ultimate sports car’ by McLaren, from this picture, we can certainly see why, with the label being somewhat deserved.


Porsche 911 Carrera S

The Porsche 911 Carrera S has followed in the footsteps of its predecessors, enjoying sleek lines, an unrivalled exterior and a gorgeous cabin. While emerging from the racetrack, the car certainly belongs on the road, with its incredible in-car tech making for the perfect roadcar, all sewn together with a bit of attitude.



While thought to be a brand for the bad boys amongst us, BMW are now attracting us all with their forever-growing range, with the BMW M2 being no exception of their manufacturing excellence. Jeremy Clarkson reviewed the car very recently, finding much wrong with it. However, on reflection, its iconic style won him over.

‘But then, about an hour later, I was in a secret-squirrel car park near Stamford Bridge, on my way to that dismal Chelsea game against Manchester City. It was chock-full of Aston Martins and Range Rovers, as you’d imagine, and yet somehow the little BMW didn’t look out of place at all. It may be only a 1-series in a muscle-man suit, but thanks to its flared wheelarches and the way the tyres seem to be stretched to breaking point to fit over the huge rims, it looks kinda cool. I liked it’ Clarkson writes.


Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe

This raucous Merc is every bit as special as the marques to come before it, enjoying bigger wheels, a bigger engine and most importantly –  a bigger attitude. With exemplary body control, lighter settings and a whole host of tech features, the new AMG will certainly be making an appearance on the Limo Broker books very soon!


Let us know what you think regarding the sports cars of 2017, do you have a favourite? Leave your comments below.