Hobbies Cars & Motorcycles New Exotic Cars Under $100k Bling on a Budget Share PINTEREST Email Print Cars & Motorcycles Cars Buying & Selling Basics How Tos Reviews Tools & Products Classic Cars Exotic Cars Corvettes Mustangs Tires & Wheels Motorcycles Used Cars SUVs Trucks ATVs & Off Road Public Transportation By Kristen Hall-Geisler Kristen Hall-Geisler has been an automotive writer for over 10 years. Former editor at Sports Car Market and author of a woman's guide to car buying. our editorial process Kristen Hall-Geisler Updated October 09, 2017 Cars like the Bugatti Veyron and Lamborghini Reventon, two of the most expensive cars on the planet, seem to be worth more than their weight in gold. But there are fun, distinctive, and crazy fast exotics out there for less than a tenth the price. (Keep in mind, of course, that a tenth of a million bucks is still six figures.) The MSRP is for the base model without any options, and the monthly payment assumes a 10% down payment and a 60-month loan, just to give you an idea how it compares to your current ride. Fuel economy comes from FuelEconomy.gov. Lotus Elise Lotus Elise. Lotus Cars MSRP: $47,250 Monthly payment: $759 Fuel economy: 21 city/27 highway Lotus's popular roadster tops the list at under $50,000, putting it within reach of a guy with a really good job. Lotus Exige Lotus Exige. Lotus MSRP: $65,690 Monthly payment: $1,166 Fuel economy: 21 city/27 highway Lotus cars are known for being lightweight, but did you know they had such a low price? That's a lot of design for under $100k. Lotus Evora Lotus Evora. Kristen Hall-Geisler for About.com MSRP: $73,500 Monthly payment: $1,305 Fuel economy: Not available yet Rounding out the top three is yet another Lotus, this time one with four whole seats. Porsche Panamera 2010 Porsche Panamera. Porsche MSRP: $74,400 Monthly payment: $1,321 Fuel economy: Not available yet Just a tad more expensive than the Evora comes Porsche's entry into the four-place sports sedan market. Dodge Viper Dodge Viper. Dodge MSRP: $90,255 Monthly payment: $1,603 Fuel economy: 13 city/22 highway A big jump in price — $15,000 — comes with a big jump in horsepower and brute force. But as of summer 2010, the Viper is no more.