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By moving its V8 rearward, GM signals there are no sacred cows with its most iconic sports car. Profoundly improved, the C8 should bring new buyers into the fold, even as it risks some old ones.
The GT-R Nismo is an incredible performance machine. But its $200,000-plus price tag means it costs almost twice as much as a base GT-R, and it simply isn’t twice the car.
The 617-horsepower BMW M8 Competition is a big, bad bruiser that's comfortable, luxurious and perfectly poised for track-attack duty.
The 2019 Honda Civic Coupe offers great driving dynamics at an affordable price.
Ford's new EcoBoost High Performance Package makes the base, turbocharged Mustang a viable choice for pony-car thrills.
Don’t be afraid of the BMW bones. The new Supra is a genuinely entertaining sports car.
The NSX seems to be getting better with age, and these subtle changes make for a more engaging, more appealing machine.
A driver’s car through and through, the new Lotus Evora GT is a no-frills sports car that’s easy to love.
A sweet six-cylinder engine and GT3-derived chassis make Porsche’s Cayman GT4 an ideal track weapon.
A twin-turbo V8 engine allows Bentley's exquisite Continental GT to loosen its collar and flex its newfound athleticism.
The Lexus LC looks like a million bucks without feeling the need to shout about it.
The limited-edition M4 CS is a formidable weekend track toy that can be daily driven.
With some slight adjustments, the Q60 could be a contender, especially in Red Sport 400 guise.
The best part about Audi's new R8 isn't what has changed, it's what hasn't.
The AMG GT has more features and a new look, but its central appeal -- an effortless, invigorating drive -- is unchanged.
This unicorn is a terrific way to pamper yourself.
The Lamborghini Huracán Evo lifts the best features from its stable mates as well as adding a few new tricks of its own to create an incredibly compelling proposition.
Straight out of the gate, Porsche's new 911 is at the top of its game.