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The 2013 Audi S7 features a phenomenal amount of tech both in the cabin and under the hood. An impressive sport driver, its fuel economy remains decent enough for a daily commute.
The 2016 Audi S7 starts with one of the best tech cars in this class and then adds a generous helping of track-ready performance.
The 2014 BMW i3 looks and feels like the compact car of the future, but its high price tag will be a huge sticking point for thrifty small-EV drivers.
Comfortable, high-tech, and fairly efficient, the Audi RS 7 is a total-package car with a healthy dose of horsepower.
The RS5 Sportback is as close to perfection as you can get in this segment, but strangely, that leaves it feeling lacking.
The 2012 Nissan Leaf offers a good blend of affordability and all-around performance for city dwellers and suburbanites looking to go zero-emission, but its cruising range limits its appeal for long hauls.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt is an extraordinary EV built for ordinary people with class-leading range that nearly eliminates range anxiety and a price tag that most people should be able to afford.
The 2015 Volkswagen Golf GTI continues to improve without straying too far from the blueprint that makes the original hot hatchback so great.
For this money, you won't find a better hot hatch in the US.
The 2016 Audi A3 e-tron adds eco-friendliness and a bit of utility to the already premium A3, but it's far from the best choice for plug-in hybrid efficiency or EV range.
It's a pricey upgrade over the already excellent GTI, but the 2015 Volkswagen Golf R packs the power and all-wheel drive performance to rival Subaru's WRX STI.
The flexible, fun 2015 Honda Fit loses a bit of its sporty edge for this generation, but continues to stand out as a strong, driver-friendly choice in a very crowded segment.
Nissan’s Leaf Plus is a better Leaf, but not as compelling as many other EVs.
The plug-in hybrid champ gets even better for 2019.
Not a quantum leap, but a big step forward. The new Volt really impresses.
The 2016 Mini Clubman is the biggest and most premium Mini yet, but it's still a Mini: quite small, playful and quirky. This odd balance of lilliputian luxury puts the Clubman in a class of its own.
Larger, with more doors and a more powerful engine, the 2015 Mini Cooper S, in 4-Door trim, broadens its appeal while retaining its unique looks -- but tread carefully on the option sheet as the price can get very high.
The GS is a comfortable and competent everyday driver with more utility than your average sedan, just don't expect it to knock your socks off when the road gets twisty.