Sports car is described as an agile vehicle that is easily maneuverable, accelerates briskly, brakes positively, handles well and steers precisely.

It is tightly sprung and does not wallow and heave as does a conventional passenger car and is therefore not as comfortable. Used by sports care racers.

See also:
"Sports car" is in the UNSPSC Code "25101508"
Sports car

Ref: 122748/2006-10-01

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