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The 992-generation Porsche 911 is one of the world's best sports cars, and none of that gets lost once the roof comes off.
Taking the roof off of a car designed for maximum performance on the track might not make much sense, but here the rules of logic do not apply.
The 2019 Fiat 124 Spider Abarth is an entertaining and comfortable drop-top sports car.
Not many cars are as fun to drive as the Miata. It hasn't changed much over the last 30 years, and that's perfectly fine by us.
The 617-horsepower BMW M8 Competition is a big, bad bruiser that's comfortable, luxurious and perfectly poised for track-attack duty.
The already-excellent A7 gets broad, 592-horsepower shoulders and better handling. There'll be no ignoring it this time.
Ford's new EcoBoost High Performance Package makes the base, turbocharged Mustang a viable choice for pony-car thrills.
Not many cars offer the performance of the Chevy Camaro ZL1, and in convertible guise, it offers a thrilling wind-in-your-hair experience.
Lamborghini's latest Spyder is a compelling counterpart to the exquisite Huracán Evo Coupe.
The RS5 Sportback is as close to perfection as you can get in this segment, but strangely, that leaves it feeling lacking.
Porsche pumps-up the 718 Boxster with drivetrain and chassis components from the Cayman GT4.
Audi's little TT is still a joy to drive, but without great styling to set it apart from the competitors, it's no longer a standout among convertible sports cars.
Porsche's new Speedster takes everything we love about the GT3 and adds that wind-in-your-hair thrill.
The VW Beetle is a fun little runabout, but get it while you can as 2019 is the last year of production.
BMW's newest convertible exemplifies exactly how a grand-touring convertible should make the driver feel.
Nissan’s Leaf Plus is a better Leaf, but not as compelling as many other EVs.
McLaren’s latest hardcore performance machine now comes with a view.
The plug-in hybrid champ gets even better for 2019.