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With an all-wheel-drive system, more than two seats, and cargo space, the FF holds a few SUV characteristics, but its handling and engine note are pure Ferrari.
Chevy has turned up the wick on the Corvette, unveiling the new, supercharged Z06. It's faster than the ridiculous, outgoing ZR1, but won't be available until early 2015.
It's a stunner of a car that happens to seat four, though its beautiful interior is in dire need of a high-tech makeover.
Among the long line of Corvette models, the Stingray feels like something special, a thoroughbred sports car for the 21st century that must be put on the track to be really enjoyed.
The 2013 Porsche Boxster delivers fantastically balanced performance and full-featured tech, but avoid expensive luxury items for the best value.
The Elise Club Racer doesn't have much in the way of cabin tech and it's rather unrefined, but it's an excellent track-day toy that Lotus purists will adore.
It's hard to fit four people into a low-slung coupe, so Ferrari's new top-end model ditches the classic coupe shape for something more practical.
The Porsche Boxster has always been one of the best-handling cars on the road -- a mind-boggling achievement considering it's a convertible. The latest models continue that tradition and now (especially in Boxster S form) offer sensational acceleration, great, usable technology and -- crucially -- a certain cool factor.
The 2006 Pontiac Solstice is a car for teenage girls with a love of cosmetics or midlife-crisis guys happy to get a budget boy-racer image without the performance to back it up. Those wanting a real roadster experience should look elsewhere.