Sports Car Market by Type (Hybrid, EV, Gasoline Power, Diesel Power), By Application (Commercial, Private), By Segment (Luxury, Ultra-Luxury, Performance, High-Performance), By Sub-segment (Convertible, Coupe, Hatchback, Roadster), By Distribution Channel (Dealership, Online, Direct Sales), By End-User (Racing, Leisure, Transport, Collection) and region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa and South America).
The global Sports car market size was estimated at USD 12.2 billion in 2022 and is projected to reach USD 8.2 billion in 2030 at a CAGR of 4.9% during the forecast period 2023-2030.
The market for sports cars has benefited from an increase in consumer spending on lavish and high-end goods, including sports automobiles, as a result of increased affluence. The sports car's standout features are its superb navigation, sleek, aesthetically pleasing appearance, and great efficiency. Young drivers choose these cars because they are fun to drive and have a great road presence. Even if it lacks power, a quality sports vehicle with quick acceleration and tight handling is fun to drive at any speed. The market for sports cars has benefited from this as well. Sports cars are also used extensively in sports car racing. Sports car races are frequently endurance competitions that cover considerable distances. Under such circumstances, the vehicle's dependability and efficiency are often valued more highly than the driver's speed.
The market for sports cars will continue to be supported by the growth in demand for expensive cars with sophisticated designs, as well as for diesel and electric vehicles. This business also gains from the expansion of the car industry, a surge in investment activity, and an increase in the number of high-net-worth individuals. Since they satisfy the demands of the community in terms of driving experience, looks, residual value, and uniqueness of the automobiles, sports cars are well-liked by the affluent people.
The spread of the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in increased adoption greater level of craftsmanship and elegance, sports vehicles are more likely to one day be considered automotive classics. As a result, the automobiles' value increases over time. The rich population views them as a particularly enticing investment as a result. These vehicles also have a distinct personality, which appeals to buyers who purchase them for collections. The market for sports cars has also benefited from this.
One factor contributing to the rise in demand for sports cars among the rich has been their appearance, mostly because of the widespread perception that a car's likelihood of offering a terrific driving experience increases with how nice it looks. As a result, during the past several years, some of the major companies in the sports car industry have experienced steady increase in their production of sports vehicles. Due to their greater level of elegance, sports vehicles are more likely to one day be considered automotive classics. As a result, the automobiles' value increases over time. The rich population views them as a particularly enticing investment as a result. These vehicles also have a distinct personality, which appeals to buyers who purchase them for collections. The market for sports cars has also benefited from this.
North America to Dominate the Market