1985 HDT VK Commodore Group A

This one is special to Australians. Racing legend Peter Brock used these cars as homologation models for his race cars. The look is positively 1980s, with its rear window louvers and boxy silhouette.

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1990 Renault Alpine GTA Le Mans

Capable of handling the heat from Porsche's vaunted sports cars, the 1990 Renault Alpine GTA Le Mans packed a turbocharged V6 mounted midship. With Alpine's imminent return, there's no better time to bone up on the history of the Alpine badge.

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2016 Cadillac ATS-V

The ATS-V takes Cadillac's smallest coupe and tosses a twin-turbocharged V6 into the equation. The result is a 464-horsepower sports coupe that's capable of standing up against the BMW M4 and Mercedes-AMG C63.

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2017 Aston Martin DB11

Aston's latest supercar is a stunner, even in digital form. Its twin-turbocharged V12 engine puts out 600 horsepower, making for a grand tourer that's at home on both the street and track.

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2016 Vauxhall Corsa VXR

GM's hot-hatch game is on point in Europe. The Vauxhall Corsa VXR offers more than 200 horsepower, and it proves that there's plenty of fun to be had with front-wheel drive.

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1970 Honda S800

Say hello to the S2000's grandfather. The S800 sports coupe packs just 70 horsepower, but its high-revving motor will have you singing the praises of the "slow car fast" mentality.

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2016 Honda Civic Type R

The US gets its first Civic Type R later this year, so this model marks the last non-US CTR on the market. With more than 300 horsepower heading to the front wheels, there's no shortage of fun on tap.

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