not necessary. buy a used honda civic. don't outlandishly spend your money on things you don't need. you're going to make roughly $68,000 a year before taxes. i bought a 2011 used honda civic in 2013, with 40,000 miles on it for around $15,000. it's a basic LX model. still gets great mileage and from point a to b. you need to properly save your money and learn to invest for retirement. while you still need a home and pay bills, you need to plan for the future too. if your company has a 401K match, do it. you can transfer up to around $18,000 a year max for taxes. if your company doesn't have a 401K plan, open up your own Roth-IRA. it's eventually the same thing, just personal. Charles Schwab is one finance company that i and my family uses.
see how much car insurance costs in your state, you can get free quotes and type in the make and model and play around with the cost. see how far away your work place is and how much gas you'll need a month.
you basically need to figure out a lot of financing, bills, and just be responsible. you can still spend some on your self once in a while, but just keep track of everything so you don't go broke.
since this is probably your first car, you may need a co-signer like a parent to help get you a good loan and rate, since you may not have enough credit history, or a good score. a car dealer can have that info, along with your bank where your checking account is.
do some research on car buying for young people and first timers, and then decide.