Supercars, hypercars and sports cars, here are the best-selling in Italy

For most of us motorists there are real cars, those we drive every day, and those of dreams that we imagine we can drive at least once in our life. These objects of desire are the sports cars, supercars and hypercars with very high performance and equally high prices that satisfy a small circle of wealthy and passionate motorists.

In 2021, the Italian sales of cars in the F segment, the one that includes luxury and sports cars, showed a slight increase compared to 2020 (+ 5.8%) and continue to represent 0.3% of the total market for registered. But what are the best-selling sports cars and supercars in Italy? To answer this question, we have analyzed in detail the data on 2021 registrations provided byUnrae and we have compiled the ranking of best-selling dream cars.

Before leaving you to the sales charts, however, we want to make a small premise. For the ranking of the best-selling supercars and hypercars, in the absence of a clear and unambiguous definition of the category, we have selected those cars with coupé or spider bodywork that have a power of at least 300 HP and a base price close to or above 100,000 euros.

The Porsche 911 is confirmed as the queen of sports cars

The Porsche 911 is confirmed as thebest-selling sports car in Italy, with a total of 1,218 registrations in 2021 which represent a + 5.5% compared to 2020. We remind you that the Porsche 911, which arrived at the 992 series, includes models with variable power and prices in the range: in fact, it ranges from the 385 911 Carrera CV and 115,690 euros up to a real supercar like the 911 Turbo S which has 650 hp and costs at least 234,613 euros.

Porsche 911 GTS Coupe

Second and more than a thousand registrations away is the supercar par excellence, the Ferrari F8 which in the Tributo coupé or opening Spider version finds 204 customers in our country (+ 158.2% on 2020). We are talking about a Made in Italy jewel that boasts a power of 720 HP and a list price of 236,000 euros.

Ferrari F8 Spider, the road test

Ferrari F8 Spider

The third step of the podium is earned by the Jaguar F-Type, the British coupe and convertible that scored 187 registrations in the twelve months of 2021 which translate into a substantial breakeven with 2020 (+ 2.1%). As in the case of the 911, the powers and prices are variable, even if lower than the German one: from the 68,970 euros and 300 hp of the F-Type P300 RWD to the 133,180 euros and 575 hp of the F-Type R P575 AWD.

Jaguar F-Type restyling

Jaguar F-Type

The best-selling supercars and hypercars in Italy in 2021

  1. Porsche 911 – 1.218
  2. Ferrari F8 – 204
  3. Jaguar F-Type – 187
  4. Ferrari Rome – 165
  5. BMW Serie 8 – 153
  6. Lamborghini Huracan – 111
  7. Ferrari SF90 – 80
  8. Ferrari 812 – 71
  9. Mercedes-AMG GT – 43
  10. Bentley Continental GT – 31
  11. Ferrari Portofino – 31
  12. Lamborghini Aventador – 27
  13. Ferrari 488 – 15
  14. Maserati MC20 – 16
  15. Audi R8 – 13
  16. Aston Martin Vantage – 10
  17. Nissan GT-R – 9
  18. Aston Martin DB11 – 8
  19. Ferrari Monza SP – 8
  20. Lexus LC – 8
  21. Aston Martin DBS Superleggera – 7
  22. Chevrolet Corvette – 6
  23. Ferrari GTC4Lusso – 3
  24. McLaren 600LT – 2
  25. Rolls-Royce Wraith – 2
  26. Ford GT – 1
  27. McLaren 720S – 1

The surprising result of the Ferrari SF90, thebest-selling hypercar in Italy (80 pieces) with its 1,000 hp and a target price of 430,000 euros. The most direct rival, the Lamborghini Aventador, reaches 27 units and the Ferrari Monza SP reaches 8 units registered between SP1 and SP2; not bad for the limited edition series of the Icona range which costs around 1.6 million euros!

Ferrari SF90 Spider Fiorano Assetto

Ferrari SF90 Spider Fiorano Assetto

Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Latest

Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Latest

Ferrari Monza SP1

Ferrari Monza SP1

Important numbers also for the 165-registered Ferrari Roma and Lamborghini Huracan (111), while both Aston Martin and McLaren recorded lower numbers, the latter with an additional load of 11 unidentified “other types”. The brand new Maserati MC20 obtained 16 plates in 2021. We recall instead that some niche brands such as Bugatti, Dallara, Koenigsegg, Pagani and other small supercar manufacturers end up in the no better detailed statistics than “other foreign” or “other Italian”.

Porsche Taycan wins among other sports

Said of the supercars and hypercars, the time has come to go and see the Italian sales of the other sports cars, that is, those that have a setting dedicated to driving pleasure and performance, without always having the power or prices of a dream car. In this second ranking we have also included the high-performance coupé sedans, in addition to the more compact coupes and spiders. For sports SUVs, we refer you to this ranking of the best-selling SUVs.

Porsche Taycan MY22

Porsche Taycan

Mazda MX-5 30th Anniversary

Mazda MX-5 30th Anniversary



In the heterogeneous ranking the primacy of the electric Porsche Taycan stands out (from 89,252 euros to 761 hp) which with 617 registrations in 2021 (+ 85.8%) exceeds an authentic myth such as the Mazda MX-5 (from 33,500 euros to 180 hp ) which reaches 561 units (+ 141.8%). Very close to the Japanese spider is the BMW Z4 (from 43,800 euros to 340 HP) which can register 533 units (+ 55.8%).

The other best-selling sports cars in Italy in 2021

  1. Porsche Taycan-617
  2. Mazda MX-5 – 561
  3. BMW Z4-533
  4. Porsche Panamera-334
  5. Audi TT – 162
  6. BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe – 148
  7. Porsche 718 Boxster – 141
  8. Porsche 718 Cayman-137
  9. Audi e-tron GT – 84
  10. Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe 4 – 77
  11. Lotus Elise – 73
  12. Toyota GR Supra – 72
  13. Ford Mustang – 58
  14. Alpine A110 – 34
  15. Subaru BRZ – 31
  16. Mercedes SL – 18
  17. Lotus Exige-15
  18. Fiat 124 Spider – 6
  19. Morgan Plus Four – 6
  20. Morgan Plus Six – 5
  21. Abarth 124 spider – 2
  22. Toyota GT86-1

Source: Italia – News by

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