Top 10 Fastest Cars from 1982

1982 Ferrari Boxer

Rank: #1

Class: 1982

0-60 Time: 5.1 seconds

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The top 10 fastest cars from 1982 are ranked from fastest to slowest based on their 0-60 times. We crunched the numbers from the best estimates of several premier resources, including Motor Trend, Road & Track, Car & Driver and more.

Pulling up at #1 in this class is the 1982 Ferrari Boxer, which races 0-60 mph in 5.1 seconds. Sports cars with this rate of acceleration are generally classified as Fast Cars.

It darts ahead of the #2 ranked 1982 Lamborghini Countach by 0.6 seconds and the #3 ranked 1982 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 by 2.9 seconds.

Whether you are behind the wheel of one of these cars or happen to spot one in the next lane over, think twice before you step on the gas pedal. In a race from 0-60 mph between 1982 Ferrari Boxer vs. 1982 Lamborghini Countach, you would WIN by 0.6 seconds!

If you happen to roll up next to another Ferrari, be sure you know what you're up against. Find out where your car stands among the top 10 fastest cars from 1982.


0-60 mph Standings

RankOrderYearOrderMakeOrderModelOrderHorsepowerOrderMSRPOrder0-60 TimeOrder
11982FerrariBoxer360$115,0005.1
21982LamborghiniCountach325$102,5005.7
31982FordMustang GT 5.0157$12,7228.0
41982AudiQuattro160$35,8008.2
51982JaguarXJ-S HE262$32,1008.2
61982BMW633CSi $36,9958.4
71982Aston MartinLagonda325$150,0008.9
81982ToyotaCelica Supra145$14,1389.2
91982PontiacTrans Am165$14,0449.2
101982FerrariMondial 8205$67,5009.4
111982ChevroletCamaro Z28145$12,6949.7
121982DodgeCharger 2.284$9,44810.1
131982VolvoGLT127$14,61010.2
141982BMW528e121$24,00010.3
151982Mercedes-Benz380SEC155$49,82710.4
161982Saab900 Turbo135$16,93010.8
171982Datsun200SX102$10,51911.5
181982Mercedes-Benz380SL155$39,30911.5
191982Alfa RomeoSpider Veloce115$16,07511.7
201982VolkswagenScirocco74$10,96511.7
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We provide the most comprehensive collection of zero to 60 times, comparisons and class standings. Our proprietary 0-60 time calculations are based on the best estimates from several of the premier sources, including Motor Trend, Road & Track, Car & Driver and more. The data presented by Sportscar Standings are estimates only, are not guaranteed to be accurate, and are subject to change at any time.